Maggie Lindemann was born on July 21, 1998 in Dallas, Texas, USA as Margaret Elizabeth Lindemann. She is an actress, known for Pretty Girl (2017), Maggie Lindemann: Pretty Girl (2017) and Mostly 4 Millennials (2018).
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Actress (2 credits)
 2017 Maggie Lindemann: Pretty Girl (Video short)
 2017/I Pretty Girl (Short)
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  I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (TV Series) (performer – 1 episode, 2017) (writer – 1 episode, 2017)

Coming Out (2017) … (performer: “Pretty Girl” – uncredited) / (writer: “Pretty Girl” – uncredited)
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 2017 Maggie Lindemann: Pretty Girl (Video short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
 2018 Mostly 4 Millennials (TV Series)

Distractions (2018) … Herself
 2017 Michael McIntyre’s Big Show (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #3.4 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2017 VG-lista Topp 20 (TV Movie)
Herself – Performer

Maggie Lindemann (born July 21, 1998)[1] is a singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles. Her 2016 debut single “Pretty Girl” peaked at number 2 in Sweden, number 4 in Belgium, number 8 in Norway and the UK and number 16 in the Netherlands.

Early life[edit]

Lindemann was born in Dallas, Texas.[1] She began posting recordings of her singing on the social media app Keek, gaining a following both on the app and her other social media accounts.[2] Her career in music began shortly after her manager Gerald Tennison discovered a video of her singing on her Instagram page. She then relocated to Los Angeles to continue pursuing music.[3]

In 2016, Lindemann publicly came out as bisexual. [4]



Lindemann’s debut single “Knocking On Your Heart” was released in September 2015. The song earned her a Top 20 spot on the iTunes Alternative Chart within 24 hours of its release.[5]

Her second single “Couple Of Kids” was released on October 30, 2015. On January 29, 2016, her third single “Things” was released, earning her another successful top 25 hit on the iTunes Alternative Chart within a day of its release.[5] The song also broke the Top 50 on the Spotify Viral 50 worldwide chart and the top 5 of the Canada viral chart. The official music video of her single “Things” was released on her YouTube channel on February 5, 2016.[6]

As of January 2018, her YouTube channel has over 93 million views combined.[7] On September 29, 2016, she released the single “Pretty Girl“, her first single since signing to 300 Entertainment.[8] The song peaked at #4 on the Next Big Sound chart, and at #26 on the Spotify Viral 50 chart.[9] Lindemann wrote the song to “show people that there’s more to girls than just being pretty. We have so much to offer. People should get past the physical appearance to something deeper.”[10] The music video for “Pretty Girl” premiered through People on March 9, 2017.[11] “Pretty Girl” is Lindemann’s first song to ever chart on the US Pop Radio Charts as it peaked at 50.[12] It also peaked at #8 on the UK Singles Chart. Lindemann featured in The Vamps‘ single “Personal”, released October 13, 2017.[13]

Lindemann released the single “Obsessed” on November 17, 2017.[14] On October 26, 2018 she released the single “Human”.[15] She released the single “Would I” on November 16, 2018.[16]


Lindemann credits Lana Del Rey, Banks, and Spooky Black as some of her main influences, calling them “the ‘anti pop stars’…off-kilter artists who do their individual thing and are unconcerned with being mainstream.”[17]



Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
“Knocking on Your Heart” 2015 Non-album singles
“Couple of Kids”
“Things” 2016
Pretty Girl 12 27 71 13 25 6 16 8 4 42 8
“Obsessed” 2017
“Human” 2018
“Would I” 2018
“—” denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
(The Vamps featuring Maggie Lindemann)
2017 Night & Day (Day Edition)


Title Year
“Pretty Girl”
(Ye Remix)
“Pretty Girl”
(Taylor Wise Remix)
“Pretty Girl”[33]
(Cheat Codes & Cade Remix)


Francine Jordi

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Francine Jordi
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Francine Jordi (Vienna 2008)
Background information
Birth name Francine Lehmann
Born (1977-06-24) 24 June 1977 (age 41)
Origin Worb, Canton of Bern, Switzerland
Genres Schlager, Volksmusik
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1998–present

Francine Jordi (born Francine Lehmann, 24 June 1977) is a Swiss pop singer.

As a young child, she sang songs for the Japanese tourists in Interlaken. With this musical background she won the German Grand Prix der Volksmusik in 1998 with the song “Das Feuer der Sehnsucht”. Jordi subsequently became a star in Switzerland with golden discs, success in the charts and tours throughout the German speaking countries. She hosted two TV shows at the ARD. In 2002, she represented Switzerland at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tallinn with a French language song “Dans le jardin de mon âme“.[1][2] In autumn that year, she made a solo tour with her band in Switzerland.

As of September 2015, Jordi will take over as presenter of long running TV show, Musikantenstadl.

Albums discography[edit]


Franziska Wiese was born in 1987 in Spremberg, Brandenburg, Germany. See full bio »
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Self (2 credits)
 2018 Musik für Sie (TV Series)

Sächsische Schweiz (2018) … Herself
 2017 Schlagerland (TV Movie documentary)




  • 2016: Ich bin frei (Electrola, Universal Music)
  • 2016: Mirama (Electrola, Universal Music)


  • 2016: Ich bin frei auf Die Schlager des Sommers 2016 (Polystar)

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Christin Stark

Christin Stark

Chartplatzierungen chart positions
Alben [1] Albums [1]
Hier Here
DE DE 77 77 26.02.2016 02/26/2016 (1 Wo.) (1 week)
Rosenfeuer Rose fire
DE DE 30 30 24.08.2018 08/24/2018 (1 Wo.) (1 week)
AT AT 19 19 31.08.2018 08/31/2018 (2 Wo.) (2 weeks)
CH CH 63 63 26.08.2018 08/26/2018 (1 Wo.) (1 week)

Christin Stark (* 21. Oktober [2] 1989 in Gadebusch ) ist eine deutsche Schlager sängerin . Christin Stark (born October 21, 1989 in Gadebusch ) is a German pop singer .

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  • Unglaublich stark (2013) Incredibly strong (2013)
  • Hier (2016) Here (2016)
  • Rosenfeuer (2018) Rose Fire (2018)

Lieder Songs


Vanessa Mai

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Vanessa Mai
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Vanessa Mai in June 2018
Vanessa Mandekić

(1992-05-02) 2 May 1992 (age 26)

Aspach, Germany
Occupation Singer
Years active 2012 (2012)–present
Andreas Ferber (m. 2017)
Musical career
Genres Popschlager
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts

Vanessa Ferber[1] (née Mandekić,[1] born 2 May 1992), known professionally as Vanessa Mai, is a German singer. She first gained notoriety as a member of schlager band Wolkenfrei and later began working as a solo artist following the band’s split. She chose her stage name as a reference to her birth month,[1][2] which is spelled Mai (pronounced [maɪ]) in German.

Life and career[edit]

Vanessa Mai completed a media designer apprenticeship.[2] She had one of her first performances as a singer in the school musical The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.[3] Before that, she had occasionally accompanied her father, a musician born in Croatia,[2] with the tambourine. In 2008, aged 15, she took part to the hip-hop world championship in Las Vegas, placing last, as part of the dance formation Getting Craz’d, who were German champions.[4]

In 2012, she met Andrea Berg‘s stepson Andreas Ferber, who became her manager, in a Stuttgart club, and began dating him in 2013.[5] After getting engaged in early 2016,[5] they got married in June 2017. The civil marriage took place on 6 June, while the church wedding took place in Mallorca on 12 June.[6]

2012–2015: Wolkenfrei[edit]

Vanessa Mai (as Wolkenfrei) at Die Besten im Sommer in 2015

In the summer of 2012, then-singer of Wolkenfrei, Heike Wanner, left the band for health reasons. While attending a concert of her father’s band Musik-Express at the Sonnenhof in Aspach, Vanessa Mai was enlisted as a singer by Wolkenfrei member Marc Fischer.[7] On 19 July 2013, their début single “Jeans, T-Shirts und Freiheit” (English: “Jeans, T-Shirts, and freedom”) was released.[8] It was followed by their début studio album Endlos verliebt (English: “Endlessly in Love”) in February 2014, which charted in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. In January 2015, it was announced that Mai was the new face of the campaign Mein Herz schlägt Schlager. She promoted it through an ad as well as with the song “Mein Herz schlägt Schlager”, which was released on a sampler album belonging to the project.[9]

In April 2015, Marc Fischer and Stefan Kinski announced that they were leaving Wolkenfrei,[10] leading to the project being represented only by Mai (mostly as “Wolkenfrei-Star Vanessa Mai”). “Wolke 7“, the first single from Wolkenfrei’s second studio album, was released on 22 May. The album, titled Wachgeküsst, was released on 10 July. A day before, Deutsches Musik Fernsehen had dedicated a 65-minute television special to Mai and to the album. Due to Mai’s extensive television presence, including an appearance on Florian Silbereisen‘s ARD show Die Besten im Sommer with the song “Wolke 7”, the album reached place 7 of the German albums chart[11] and also charted in Austria and Switzerland. The single “Wolke 7” reached place 54 in Germany and 71 in Austria. On 18 September, “Wachgeküsst”, the album’s title track, was released as its second single. On 9 October, Mai’s first live album (still as Wolkenfrei), Wachgeküsst (Live), was released. The last single “In all deinen Farben” (English: “In All Your Colours”) was released on 11 December, followed a week later by a non-album Christmas single titled “Ein Engel in der Weihnachtszeit” (English: “An Angel at Christmas Time”).[12]

2016–present: Abandonment of the Wolkenfrei name and solo career[edit]

Vanessa Mai (2018)

From January to May 2016, Vanessa Mai was a judge on the thirteenth season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar, the German version of Pop Idol and American Idol. In February, she announced her decision to not use the stage name Wolkenfrei anymore.[11] Her first single under the name Vanessa Mai, titled “Ich sterb für dich” (English: “I Die For You”), was released on 19 February.[13] It preceded her first studio album under the name Vanessa Mai and third studio album overall, Für Dich (English: “For You”), which was released on 15 April. The single as well as the album were produced by her Deutschland sucht den Superstar colleague Dieter Bohlen. From September to November, Mai went on her first solo tour, which visited Germany, Denmark, and Switzerland for 26 dates. A live album titled Für Dich – Live aus Berlin, recorded at the Tempodrom in Berlin, was released on 6 January 2017. From March to May, she took part in the tenth season of Let’s Dance, the German version of Strictly Come Dancing, and placed second. On 3 April 2017, Mai announced her second solo studio album and fourth overall with the single “Und wenn ich träum” (English: “And When I Dream”). On 18 July 2017, she released a special acoustic version of her first studio album, titled Für Dich – Akustik Best Of (English: “For You: Accoustic Best-of”), available only as a download through Tchibo‘s homepage as well as in all their shops in Germany. On 4 August 2017, she released the second single from her then-upcoming second solo album, “Nie wieder” (English: “Never Again”). The album was released a week later under the title Regenbogen (English: “Rainbow”), which, like its predecessor, was produced by Bohlen. In November 2017, Mai and Bohlen announced the end of their professional relationship [14] and she started working on her third studio album in her solo career, SCHLAGER. In July 2018, Mai released her first single “WIR 2 IMMER 1 (feat. Olexesh)” of this album which became the most successful pop song of her by now. The album “Schlager” was released on 3 August 2018 and topped the German Charts.[15] Thus she is the youngest Schlager music act of all time who topped the German Charts twice in a row.


As Wolkenfrei[edit]

As Vanessa Mai[edit]

Television specials[edit]



Sarah Jane Scott is known for her work on Art Is… (2013), Rose Plays Julie (2019) and Stay (2013).
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Actress (4 credits)
 2019 Rose Plays Julie (post-production)
Hotel Receptionist
 2015 The Marijana Method (TV Mini-Series)

Graduation (2015) … Frankie
Fear (2015) … Frankie
Food (2015) … Frankie
Technology (2015) … Frankie
Judgement (2015) … Frankie
 2013/I Stay
 2013 Art Is…
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 2011/I Spoon (assistant art director)
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 2016 NDR Talk Show (TV Series)

Ausgabe 769 (2016) … Herself



  • 2017: So viel


  • 2016: Hallo Hallo
  • 2016: Schlager-Medley
  • 2016: Was war los gestern Nacht
  • 2016: Ich schau dir in die Augen
  • 2016: Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree (mit Heino)
  • 2017: Bienenstich
  • 2017: Super dass es sowas gibt
  • 2017: Mein Lied


Monica (singer)

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American singer, songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur from Atlanta
A black woman with a trenchcoat singing into a microphone

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Brown performing in 2014
Monica Denise Arnold

(1980-10-24) October 24, 1980 (age 38)[1]

Nationality American
Other names Monica Brown
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
  • entrepreneur
Years active 1993–present
Home town Atlanta, Georgia
Shannon Brown (m. 2010)
Children 3
Relatives Polow da Don (cousin)
Awards List of awards and nominations
Musical career
Associated acts

Monica Denise Brown (née Arnold; born October 24, 1980)[2] is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur. Born and raised in College Park, Georgia, she began performing as a child and became part of a traveling gospel choir at the age of ten. Monica rose to prominence after she signed with Rowdy Records in 1993 and released her debut album Miss Thang two years later. She followed it with a series of successful albums, including the global bestseller The Boy Is Mine (1998) as well as the number-one albums After the Storm (2003), The Makings of Me (2006) and Still Standing (2010). Throughout her career, several of Monica’s singles became number-one hits on the pop and R&B record charts, including “Don’t Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)“, “Like This and Like That“, “The Boy Is Mine“, “The First Night“, “Angel of Mine“, “So Gone“, and “Everything to Me“.

Monicas’s popularity was further enhanced by her roles in television series such as Living Single, Felicity, and American Dreams, and films including Boys and Girls (2000), Love Song (2000), and Pastor Brown (2009). A contributor to the NBC talent show The Voice, in 2008, she appeared in the Peachtree TV reality show special Monica: The Single which tracked the recording of the song “Still Standing” along with her personal life and resulted in her own highly rated BET series Monica: Still Standing, containing a similar concept. Separated from rapper Rodney “Rocko” Hill, father of her first two children, Monica married professional basketball player Shannon Brown in November 2010. Their first child together, a daughter, was born in 2013.[3]

Monica has sold 5.3 million albums in the United States,[4] and she is recognized as one of the most successful urban R&B female vocalists to emerge in the mid to late 1990s.[5] According to Billboard, she is the youngest recording act to ever have two consecutive chart-topping hits on the Billboard Top R&B Singles chart, as well as the first artist to top the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart over the span of three consecutive decades (1990s, 2000s, and 2010s).[6] In 2010, Billboard listed Monica at number 24 on its list of the Top 50 R&B and Hip Hop Artists of the past 25 years.[7] A four-time nominee, she won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for “The Boy Is Mine” at the 41st awards ceremony and has been the recipient of one Billboard Music Award, one BET Award, and two BMI Pop Awards.

Early life[edit]

Monica was born in College Park, Georgia on October 24, 1980. She is the only daughter of Marilyn Best, a Delta Air Lines customer service representative and former church singer, of African American descent, and M.C. “Billy” Arnold Jr, who is of African American, Irish, and Native American ancestry, and was a mechanic working for an Atlanta freight company.[8] She has a younger brother, Montez (born in 1983), half brother Jermond Grant on her father’s side,[9] and two maternal half-brothers, Tron and Cypress.[10] Monica also is a cousin of record producer Polow da Don,[11] and relative-in-law to rapper Ludacris through her mother’s second marriage to Reverend Edward Best, a Methodist minister.[12]

At the age of 2, Monica followed in her mother’s footsteps with regular performances at the Jones Hill Chapel United Methodist Church in Marilyn’s hometown Newnan, Georgia.[12] While growing up in the modest circumstances of a single-parent home after her parents’ 1984 separation and 1987 divorce, Monica continued training herself in singing and became a frequent talent-show contestant, winning over 20 local singing competitions throughout her early teenage years.[10] When she was 10 years old, she became the youngest member of “Charles Thompson and the Majestics”, which is a traveling 12-piece gospel choir.[9] She also attended North Clayton High School along with rapper 2 Chainz.


1991–2000: Miss Thang and The Boy Is Mine[edit]

In 1991, at the age of eleven, Monica was discovered by music producer Dallas Austin at the Center Stage auditorium in Atlanta performing Whitney Houston 1986’s “Greatest Love of All“. Amazed by her voice, Dallas offered her a record deal with his Arista Records-distributed label Rowdy Records and consulted rapper Queen Latifah to work as Monica’s first manager.[13] Shortly afterwards Dallas and then staff producers Tim & Bob entered the studio with Monica to start writing and producing her debut Miss Thang which was eventually released in July 1995 and scored number thirty-six on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number seven on the Top R&B Albums chart.[13] It was certified triple platinum by the RIAA for more than three million store-shipped copies[14] and produced three top ten singles, including debut single “Don’t Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)” and “Before You Walk Out of My Life“, both of which made Monica the youngest artist ever to have two consecutive chart-topping hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart.[15] Miss Thang subsequently won Monica a Billboard Music Award and garnered her an American Music Award nomination in the Favorite Soul/R&B New Artist category.[16]

After a label change to Clive Davis‘s Arista Records, Monica mainstream success was boosted, when Diane Warren-written “For You I Will“, from the Space Jam soundtrack, became her next top ten pop hit.[16] The following year she was asked to team up with singer Brandy and producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins to record “The Boy Is Mine“, the first single from both of their second albums. Released in May 1998, surrounding highly publicized rumors about a real-life catfight between both singers,[17] the duet became both the biggest hit of the summer and the biggest hit of 1998 in general in America,[18] spending thirteen weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It earned the pair a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal” and garnered multi-platinum sales (to date, it remains as one of the top twenty most successful American singles in history based on Billboard chart success).[18] Jermaine Dupri, David Foster and Austin consulted on the album The Boy Is Mine, which was released later that year and eventually became Monica’s biggest-selling album, becoming certified triple platinum by the RIAA for more than three million store-shipped copies.[14] It yielded another two U.S. number-one hits with “The First Night” and “Angel of Mine“, a cover of Eternal‘s 1997 single, as well as a remake of Richard Marx‘ “Right Here Waiting“. Rolling Stone proclaimed it as “closer to soul’s source… harking back past hip-hop songbirds like Mary J. Blige and adult-contemporary sirens like Toni Braxton,”[19] while AllMusic called the album an “irresistible sounding [and] immaculately crafted musical backdrop […] as good as mainstream urban R&B gets in 1998.”[20] Monica has also made guest appearances on several television shows such as Living Single (1996), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1997, 1999).

2000–2005: All Eyez on Me and After the Storm[edit]

In 2000, Monica made her film debut in the third drama from MTV Films, Love Song, as Camille Livingston, a young woman torn between the life her parents have planned for her and the world she experiences after meeting a musician from the wrong side of the tracks. The film debut the song “What My Heart Says” with promotion of her third album All Eyez on Me (2002). The film was released on April 30, 2002 and in Felicity (2001) and American Dreams (2003) playing Mary Wells, singing “My Guy”.

In 2000, Monica contributed chorus vocals for “I’ve Got to Have It“, a collaboration with Jermaine Dupri and rapper Nas. Released as the Big Momma’s House theme song, the song saw minor success in the United States only. The following year, she released the Ric Wake production track “Just Another Girl“, recorded for the Down to Earth soundtrack, as a single. A year later, Monica channeled much of her heavily media-discussed experiences into the production of her third studio album, All Eyez on Me, her first release on mentor Clive Davis newly founded J Records label. “I just wanted to give the people back something that had personal passion, instead of just, ‘Oh, let’s dance to this record’,” she said about the issues worked into the tracks.[3] The first single “All Eyez on Me,” a Rodney Jerkins-produced R&Bdance track, saw minor to moderate success on the international charts but failed to enter the higher half of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.[3] A follow-up song, “Too Hood“, also got a lukewarm response and as a result, the album’s tentative release was pushed back several times.[3] “I don’t think people wanted to hear a big fun record from me, after knowing all the things that I had personally experienced,” Monica second-guessed her new material which saw both early and heavy bootlegging via internet at that time.[3]

After the Japan-wide release of All Eyez on Me, Monica was asked to substantially reconstruct the record with a host of new producers, and as a result she re-entered recording studios to start work with songwriters Kanye West, Jazze Pha, Andre “mrDEYO” Deyo, Bam & Ryan and Dupri – replacing executive producer Missy Elliott.[21] Finally released in June 2003, After the Storm debuted at number one on Billboard`s Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart, and on top of the official Billboard 200, with sales of 186,000 copies emerging as Monica’s first and only number-one album to date. It eventually received a gold certification, and has sold over one million copies domestically.[17] Media reception of the CD was generally enthusiastic, with the Allmusic saying the album “has all the assuredness and smart developments that should keep Monica’s younger longtime followers behind her — all the while holding the ability to appeal to a wider spectrum of R&B and hip-hop fans.”[22] The album’s lead single, Elliott-penned “So Gone“, was one of Monica’s biggest commercial successes in years, becoming her first top ten single since 1999’s “Angel of Mine”. In addition, it reached the top position of the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Tracks and Hot Dance Club Play charts.[23] Subsequently, After the Storm spawned another three singles, with final single “U Should’ve Known Better” reaching number nineteen on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[24]

2006–2010: The Makings of Me, Still Standing, and reality television[edit]

Monica performing at the DC Black Pride in 2007.

Towards the end of 2006, Monica released her next studio album The Makings of Me. Titled after Curtis Mayfield‘s recording “The Makings of You“, it saw her particularly reuniting with producers Elliott, Dupri, and Bryan Michael Cox, all of whom had previously contributed to After the Storm.[25] The album received a positive reception from most professional music critics, with AllMusic calling it a “concise and mostly sweet set of songs,”[26] and Entertainment Weekly declaring it “a solid addition” to Monica’s discography.[27] While it debuted at number one on Billboards Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart, and at number eight on the official Billboard 200, it widely failed to revive the success of its predecessors.[28] Singles such as snap-influenced “Everytime tha Beat Drop” featuring Atlanta hip hop group Dem Franchize Boyz and Elliott-produced “A Dozen Roses (You Remind Me)” failed to reach the top forty of the regular pop charts.[29] The same year, she made a cameo appearance in the American comedy-drama film ATL, playing the Waffle House waitress.

In August 2008, Monica appeared in the Peachtree TV reality show special Monica: The Single which tracked the recording of the song “Still Standing” for her same-titled sixth studio album.[30] The following year, she lent her voice to the ballad “Trust,” a duet with Keyshia Cole, that peaked in the top five on Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and joined the cast of Rockmond Dunbar‘s drama film Pastor Brown.[31] In 2010, with the success of the 2008 one-hour special, Monica joined the production of the BET network for her own series Monica: Still Standing, producing a spin-off her Peachtree show, containing the same concept. It focused on searching for a hit single for the album release and balancing her personal life of being a full-time mother and troubled past. The premiere and encore episode garnered 3.2 million total viewers, while the show itself was made the second highest series debut in BET history behind the debut of Tiny & Toya,[32] and was given a B rating by Entertainment Weekly.[33]

Featuring production by Stargate, Ne-Yo, and Polow da Don, Still Standing was released in March 2010 and garnered a generally positive response by critics, who perceived its sound as “a return to the mid-‘1990s heyday” of contemporary R&B,[34] The album debuted atop on Billboards Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart, and number two on the Billboard 200 with opening week sales of 184,000 copies, becoming her highest-charting album in years. Lead single “Everything to Me” scored Monica her biggest chart success since 2003’s “So Gone“, reaching the top position of the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Tracks charts for seven weeks. The album was certified gold by the RIAA with domestic shipments of 500,000 copies within a single month.[35] With it success, the album and “Everything to Me” were nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Album and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, presented at the 53rd Grammy Awards in 2011.[36] In March 2010, it was announced that Monica and Hill had split in October 2009, surrounding rumors that he cheated.[37] Monica and NBA player Shannon Brown met in June 2010 when while they shot her music video for her second single “Love All Over Me.”[38] On November 22, 2010, Monica married Brown in a secret ceremony at their Los Angeles home,[39] follow by a second wedding in front of close family on July 9, 2011.[40] Also in 2010, Monica joined Trey Songz on his Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour, her first North American concert tour in ten years.[41]

2011–2016: New Life and Code Red[edit]

In 2011, Monica joined the debut season of NBC‘s reality talent show The Voice as an adviser to musician coach Cee Lo Green.[42] In April 2012, her seventh studio album, New Life, was released. It marked her first release with RCA, following the disbandment of J Records in October 2011.[43][44] Reception for the album was generally mixed to average;[45] AllMusic complimented the album’s “saucy, spirited, and soulful vibe”[46] while Adam Markovitz of Entertainment Weekly criticized its “cheesy choruses and outdated tunes.”[47] Commercially, New Life debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 and number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.[48] The album spawned two preview singles, “Anything (To Find You)” and “Until It’s Gone“, both of which peaked in the top 30 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Lead single “It All Belongs to Me“, another duet with singer Brandy, charted similarly, reaching number 23 on the same chart.[49] The same year, Monica along with Fred Hammond was featured on gospel music recording artist James Fortune and FIYA’s single “Hold On” which became a top five hit on the Christian Songs chart and garnered a Grammy Award nomination for Best Gospel Song at the 54th awards ceremony.[50]

In October 2013, Monica appeared on the soundtrack of Malcolm D. Lee‘s Christmas comedy-drama The Best Man Holiday with her Jermaine Dupri-produced rendition of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas“.[51] In December 2015, her eighth studio album Code Red was released.[52] Upon its release, the album received generally mixed reviews from most music critics, and debuted at number 27 on the US Billboard 200 chart.[53] Leading single “Just Right for Me“, a collaboration with Lil Wayne, reached number twelve on the Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart but failed to impact elsewhere, resulting in lackluster sales in general and the release of no further singles. In support of the album, Monica embarked on her first solo concert tour in years, The Code Red Experience to promote Code Red. In November 2016, Monica announced her departure from her longtime label RCA Records after two decades.[54]

2017–present: Ninth studio album Chapter 38[edit]

In December 2018, Monica released the ballad “Be Human” to introduce The Be Human Foundation, a non profit organization founded by herself.[55] The same month, she previewed music from her ninth studio album Chapter 38 when she appeared on the seventh season of the VH1 reality series T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle.[56] In January 2019, she released “Commitment”, the first single on her own label, Mondeenise Music.[57]

Personal life[edit]

Monica’s career came to a slow down in 1999 due to relationship problems with her ex-boyfriend Jarvis Weems.[3] In July 2000, the couple were together at the gravesite of Weems’s brother, who had died in an automobile accident at age 25 in 1998, when Weems, without warning, put a gun to his head and committed suicide.[3] “Afterward, I felt, ‘What else could I have done?’ You replay that situation over and over and you switch it around: Maybe if I had said this, or if I would have done that,'” she said in an interview with The Cincinnati Enquirer the following year. “It’s just something that it’s never possible for me to go back and change.”[3]

Monica met rapper Rodney “Rocko” Hill, a former SWA officer and real estate manager, shortly after Weems’s suicide, a time which she described as her “weakest.”[58] While the couple soon began dating in the fall of the same year, they ended their relationship in 2004. A few months later, Monica and Hill revived their relationship and she became pregnant with their first child. On May 21, 2005, she gave birth to their first son Rocko.[58] Monica and Hill became engaged once again on Christmas Eve 2007, just a few days prior to the birth of their second child on January 8, 2008. The son was named Romelo Montez Hill, named after Monica’s younger brother.[59] The pair parted ways in early 2010.[60]

In June 2010, Monica met NBA player Shannon Brown when looking for someone to play the love interest in her video for “Love All Over Me“.[38] Monica later announced her engagement to Brown via her Twitter account, posting a photo of a rose-cut diamond ring.[61] On November 22, 2010, the couple married in a secret ceremony at their Los Angeles home. The marriage, however, did not become a matter of public record until January 21, 2011, when Brown told the Hip-Hop Non-Stop TV-Show.[62] They had a second wedding ceremony for family and friends in July 2011.[63] On September 3, 2013, Monica gave birth to her third child, Laiyah Shannon.[64]


Awards and nominations[edit]


List of television and films credits
Year Title Role Notes
1996 New York Undercover Herself “If This World Were Mine” (Season 2, Episode 26)
Living Single Marissa “Kiss of the Spider Man” (Season 3, Episode 24)
1997—1999 Beverly Hills, 90210 Herself “Mother’s Day” (Season 7, Episode 29)
“The End of the World as We Know It” (Season 9, Episode 23)
1999 All That Musical Guest “Monica” (Season 5, Episode 5)
2000 Boys and Girls Katie Film debut
Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak Musical Guest Cartoon Network musical TV special
Love Song Camille Livingston TV movie
2001 Felicity Sarah Robinson “Miss Conception” (Season 4, Episode 4)
2003 American Dreams Mary Wells “R-E-S-P-E-C-T” (Season 2, Episode 2)
2006 ATL Waffle House Waitress
2009 Pastor Brown Lisa Cross
Monica: Still Standing Herself Reality series
2016 Almost Christmas Waitress
2018 T.I and Tiny Family and Friends Hustle Main Cast Reality series



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Credits & experience

  • Lucy Gale is one of Australia s Extraordinaire : In High demand as a Professional Soul Singer / Artist /Songwriter .
  • Galeforce productions.
  • College of the Arts : ‘singing /acting ,
  • Shirley Radford private schooling melbourne . : please read my Profile as too i have many years of excellence
  • Lucy Gale : Professional Singer/Songwriter/Entertainer /Soul/R&B
  • Shirley Radford 1971. : Singing .
  • Shirley Radford private schooling melbourne . : singer/ Music.
  • Private .. : At 16 Lucy Became a world class performer .

    TV & Reality

    Among her individual credits

    The Bennett s Lane band at ( Bennett s lane Club ) Melbourne Australia
    Souls/R&B of Hot Gossip,
    The World class Grand Wazoo,
    And the Powerhouse Soul/R&B /Dance Band Buster Groove.
    Australia’s Lit up when Lucy’s journey brought a wonderful and phenomenal Feel with great 4 Outstanding Soul Singers as given the name World class.


Kara DioGuardi was introduced to America on seasons 8 and 9 of the hit FOX show, American Idol (2002) and was also featured as the head judge on Bravo’s songwriting reality show competition, Platinum Hit (2011). Additionally, Kara starred in her Broadway stage debut as merry murderess “Roxie Hart” in the Tony Award-winning hit musical, “Chicago”. …
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Actress (2 credits)
 2010 The Simpsons (TV Series)
Kara DioGuardi

Judge Me Tender (2010) … Kara DioGuardi (voice)
 2009 Theory of a Deadman: Not Meant to Be (Video short)
Love Interest

Soundtrack (128 credits)
 2018 Escape at Dannemora (TV Mini-Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Part 5 (2018) … (writer: “Heartbeat Song”)
 2018 Beat Shazam (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #2.8 (2018) … (writer: “Sober”)
 2018 Granada Reports (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

4 May 2018: Evening Bulletin (2018) … (writer: “Rich Girl” – uncredited)
4 May 2018: Nightly Bulletin (2018) … (writer: “Rich Girl” – uncredited)
 2014-2018 The Voice (TV Series) (writer – 6 episodes)

Blind Auditions 1 (2018) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
Blind Auditions 4 (2017) … (writer: “Taking Chances”)
Blind Auditions 2 (2016) … (writer: “Heartbeat Song” – uncredited)
The Blind Auditions, Part 3 (2015) … (writer: “Sober”)
The Blind Auditions, Part 4 (2014) … (writer: “Sober”)
 2018 RuPaul’s Drag Race (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

10s Across the Board (2018) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2017 Pitch Perfect 3 (writer: “How a Heart Unbreaks”)
 2017 I’m a Celebrity… Extra Camp (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #2.14 (2017) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2017 Twoja twarz brzmi znajomo (TV Series) (lyrics – 1 episode)

Episode #8.10 (2017) … (lyrics: “Sober”)
 2012-2017 One Hit Wonderland (TV Series documentary) (writer – 2 episodes)

“Right Now” by SR-71 (2017) … (writer: “Heartbeat Song”)
Rico Suave by Gerardo (2012) … (writer: “Escape”)
 2017 Le Van (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #1.3 (2017) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2016 Go for It (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Christmas Special (2016) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2016 Who’s Doing the Dishes? (TV Series) (writer – 3 episodes)

Jodie Prenger (2016) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Rustie Lee (2016) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Lady Colin Campbell (2016) … (writer: “Rich Girl” – uncredited)
 2015 Dolezal Backstage (TV Series documentary) (writer – 1 episode)

Das Weihnachts-Special (2015) … (writer: “Christmas in the Sand”)
 2014-2015 Strictly Come Dancing (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

Week One: Show Two (2015) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man” – uncredited)
Week 5 (2014) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2015 Coronation Street (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #1.8697 (2015) … (writer: “Heartbeat Song” – uncredited)
 2015 20 Moments That Rocked Pop (TV Movie documentary) (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2015 Donauinselfest Live (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Anastacia (2015) … (writer: “Welcome to My Truth”, “Seasons Change”)
 2010-2015 Britain’s Got Talent (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

2015: Auditions 6 (2015) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man” – uncredited)
2010: Live Semi-Final 2 (2010) … (writer: “No Boundaries”)
 2015 Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite (TV Movie documentary) (writer: “Spinning Around” – as Kara Dioguardi)
 2015 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Ryan Reynolds/Terrence Howard/Kelly Clarkson (2015) … (writer: “Heartbeat Song”)
 2013-2014 Austin & Ally (TV Series) (writer – 3 episodes)

Videos & Villains (2014) … (writer: “Timeless (Reprise)”)
Glee Clubs & Glory (2014) … (writer: “Timeless (A Capella)”)
Future Sounds & Festival Songs (2013) … (writer: “Timeless”)
  So You Think You Can Dance (TV Series) (writer – 9 episodes, 2005 – 2014) (producer – 1 episode, 2009)

Top 8 Perform + Elimination (2014) … (writer: “Taking Chances”)
Vegas Callbacks, Part 2 (2009) … (producer: “Good Girls Go Bad” – uncredited) / (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad” – uncredited)
Two of 14 Voted Off (2009) … (writer: “I Do Not Hook Up”)
The Top Eight Perform (2008) … (writer: “Taking Chances”)
The Finale (2007) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2012-2014 Todd’s Pop Song Reviews (TV Series documentary) (writer – 2 episodes)

“Fancy” by Iggy Azalea Ft. Charli XCX (2014) … (writer: “Rich Girl”)
The Top Ten Worst Hit Songs of 2011 (2012) … (writer: “Escape”)
 2014 Watch Dogs (Video Game) (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad” – as Kara Elizabeth DioGuardi)
 2014 Radio 2: In Concert (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Kylie Minogue (2014) … (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 2004-2014 Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (TV Series) (writer – 3 episodes)

Lindsay Lohan/Amy Schumer/John Robert Rimel (2014) … (writer: “Over” – uncredited)
Episode dated 6 April 2007 (2007) … (writer: “With Love”)
Episode dated 16 December 2004 (2004) … (writer: “Over”)
 2011-2014 Dancing with the Stars (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

Episode #18.1 (2014) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
Round Five: The Results (2011) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
 2014/I Boyhood (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad” – as Kara Elizabeth DioGuardi)
 2013 P!Nk: The Truth About Love Tour – Live from Melbourne (Video documentary) (writer: “Sober” – uncredited)
 2013 Rude Tube (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Kick-Ass Animals (2013) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2013 Celebrity Splash! Australia (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Heat 2 (2013) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2012 Parental Guidance (writer: “Now or Never”)
 2012 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #21.59 (2012) … (writer: “Christmas in the Sand”)
 2011 Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Video Game) (“New World”)
  Hart of Dixie (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes, 2011) (producer – 1 episode, 2011)

Homecoming & Coming Home (2011) … (producer: “Good Girls Go Bad”) / (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad”)
Pilot (2011) … (writer: “This” – uncredited)
 2011 I Don’t Know How She Does It (writer: “Love Story”)
 2011 A.N.T. Farm (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

ReplicANT (2011) … (writer: “My Crush”)
 2009-2011 Dancing with the Stars (TV Series) (writer – 3 episodes)

Episode #11.6 (2011) … (writer: “Undo It”)
Episode #10.5 (2010) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Episode #9.6 (2009) … (writer: “Rich Girl” – uncredited)
 2011 Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (writer: “Hot Mess”)
 2010-2011 Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

Episode #18.76 (2011) … (writer: “This” – uncredited)
Episode #17.117 (2010) … (writer: “Terrified” – uncredited)
 2010 Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (TV Movie) (writer: “Brand New Day”)
 2010 Walmart Soundcheck (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Camp Rock 2 (2010) … (writer: “Play My Music”)
  Jonas (TV Series) (1 episode, 2010) (writer – 1 episode, 2010)

The Secret (2010) … (“Set This Party Off”)
House Party (2010) … (writer: “Set This Party Off” – uncredited)
 2001-2010 EastEnders (TV Series) (writer – 8 episodes)

Episode dated 19 July 2010 (2010) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Episode dated 31 October 2005 (2005) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Episode dated 19 July 2004 (2004) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Episode dated 13 January 2003 (2003) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Episode dated 29 October 2002 (2002) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2010 20 to 1 (TV Series documentary) (writer – 3 episodes)

Greatest Aussie Chart Toppers (2010) … (writer: “Spinning Around”)
Blockbuster Heroes (2010) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man” – uncredited)
Sporty, Rich & Sexy (2010) … (writer: “Escape”)
 2010 Dancing on Ice (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #5.24 (2010) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man” – uncredited)
  American Idol (TV Series) (writer – 3 episodes, 2005 – 2010) (performer – 2 episodes, 2009)

Top 10 Female Semifinalists Perform (2010) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
Finale (2009) … (performer: “Vision of Love”) / (writer: “No Boundraries”)
Auditions: Phoenix (2009) … (performer: “Vision of Love” – uncredited)
Top 16 Performance Show: Guys (2005) … (writer: “I’ve Got You”)
 2009 Hannah Montana: The Movie (Video Game) (writer: “We Got the Party”)
 2009 American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (Video) (writer: “Hot Mess”, “Stuttering” – as Kara Elizabeth DioGuardi)
  Greek (TV Series) (producer – 1 episode, 2009) (writer – 1 episode, 2009)

Friend or Foe (2009) … (producer: “Good Girls Go Bad”) / (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad”)
 2009 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #17.7 (2009) … (writer: “Spinning Around”)
  Ugly Betty (TV Series) (producer – 2 episodes, 2009) (writer – 2 episodes, 2009)

The Butterfly Effect: Part 2 (2009) … (producer: “Good Girls Go Bad”) / (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad”)
The Butterfly Effect: Part 1 (2009) … (producer: “Good Girls Go Bad”) / (writer: “Good Girls Go Bad”)
 2009 Glee (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Preggers (2009) … (writer: “Taking Chances” – uncredited)
 2009 Youth in Revolt (writer: “L.O.V.E.”)
 2007-2009 Hannah Montana (TV Series) (writer – 4 episodes)

He Could Be the One: Part 2 (2009) … (writer: “He Could Be the One”, “Don’t Wanna Be Torn”)
Miley Hurt the Feelings of the Radio Star (2009) … (writer: “Supergirl” – uncredited)
Papa’s Got a Brand New Friend (2009) … (writer: “Supergirl”)
Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas (2007) … (writer: “We Got the Party”)
 2009 One Tree Hill (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Forever and Almost Always (2009) … (writer: “All In My Head” – uncredited)
 2009 Hannah Montana: The Movie (writer: “Dream”)
 2009 Naor’s Friends (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

The Prosecution (2009) … (writer: “Rich Girl”)
 2005-2009 Saturday Night Live (TV Series) (writer – 3 episodes)

Tracy Morgan/Kelly Clarkson (2009) … (writer: “I Do Not Hook Up”)
Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera (2006) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
Ashton Kutcher/Gwen Stefani (2005) … (writer: “Rich Girl”)
 2009 Confessions of a Shopaholic (writer: “Rich Girl”)
 2009 India: A Love Story (TV Series) (writer: “Sober”)
 2008 Beverly Hills Chihuahua (writer: “Rich Girl”)
 2008 The Cheetah Girls: One World (TV Movie) (writer: “Cheetah Love”, “I’m the One”)
 2008 Living Lohan (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Showgirls (2008) … (writer: “All the Way Around”)
 2008 Camp Rock (TV Movie) (performer: “We Rock”) / (producer: “Play My Music”, “We Rock”) / (writer: “Play My Music”, “We Rock”)
 2008 Get Smart (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2008 Today (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode dated 31 March 2008 (2008) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2008 Deutschland sucht den Superstar (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

1. Mottoshow – Aktuelle Hits (2008) … (writer: “Oh Mother”)
 2008 Christina Aguilera: Back to Basics – Live and Down Under (Video documentary) (writer: “Intro: Back To Basics”, “Ain’t No Other Man”, “Back In The Day”, “Understand”, “Still Dirrty / Can’t Hold Us Down”, “Makes Me Wanna Pray”, “Oh Mother”, “Encore: Thank You”)
 2008 Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert (Documentary) (writer: “We Got the Party”)
 2008 The L Word (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

LGB Tease (2008) … (writer: “Someone’s Watching Over Me”)
 2007 Friday Night Lights (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

The Confession (2007) … (writer: “Dreamer” – uncredited)
 2002-2007 Idols (TV Series) (writer – 5 episodes)

Top 3: Choices (2007) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
Top 6: New Millennium Magic (2007) … (writer: “I Don’t Need a Man”)
Top 14 (2007) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
Top 24: Group 2 (2005) … (writer: “Pieces of Me”)
Top 4: Judges’ Choice (2002) … (writer: “Escape”)
 2007 There’s Something About Ashley: The Story of Headstrong (Video documentary short) (writer: “Be Good to Me” – uncredited)
 2005-2007 The X Factor (TV Series) (writer – 5 episodes)

Live Results Show 2 (2007) … (writer: “Taking Chances” – uncredited)
Bootcamp 1 (2007) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Auditions 5 (2007) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
Auditions 6 (2006) … (writer: “Escape”)
Auditions 3 (2005) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2007 Bring It On: In It to Win It (Video) (writer: “Be Good to Me” – as Kara E. DioGuardi) / (writer: “Never Stop”)
 2007 Thrillville: Off the Rails (Video Game) (writer: “Be Good to Me”)
 2007 Hey Paula (TV Series) (writer – 4 episodes)

Good Karma (2007) … (writer: “Karma” – uncredited)
Shut Up and Dance (2007) … (writer: “Karma” – uncredited)
Snowed In (2007) … (writer: “Karma” – uncredited)
All That Glitters (2007) … (writer: “Karma” – uncredited)
 2007 HaNefilim (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Tag Adom (2007) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2007 RBD: La familia (TV Series) (writer – 6 episodes)

Paparazzi (2007) … (writer: “Tal Vez Después”)
Feliz cumpleaños, Annie (2007) … (writer: “Tal Vez Después”)
Era mi primera vez (2007) … (writer: “Tal Vez Después”)
El que quiera azul celeste… que se acueste! (2007) … (writer: “Tal Vez Después”)
We Are Family (2007) … (writer: “Tal Vez Después (If It’s Too Late)”)
 2007 Premiya Muz-TV 2007 (TV Special) (writer: “I Don’t Need A Man”, “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2007 Idols (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Spectacular 8 – Ultimate Wishlist (2007) … (writer: “Ain’t No Other Man”)
 2007 Idool 2007 (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

Grote Liveshow 8 – Rock (2007) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
Grote Liveshow 1 – Mijn Idool (2007) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
 2007 A Class Apart (TV Movie) (writer: “I Don’t Need a Man”)
 2007 Lola: Érase una vez (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Lola: Érase una vez (2007) … (writer: “Sé Muy Bien” – as K. DioGuardi)
 2007 The Eight (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Immunity (2007) … (writer: “Slow Down Baby” – uncredited)
 2007 Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol (Video Game) (“The Real Thing”)
 2006 Las Vegas (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Father of the Bride Redux (2006) … (writer: “Good Day”)
 2006 Cesko hledá SuperStar (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

První finále: Hity 21. století (2006) … (writer: “Maybe”)
 2003-2006 Australian Idol (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

Top 11 Performance Show: Rock (2006) … (writer: “Walk Away”)
Wildcard Performance Show (2003) … (writer: “Predictable”)
 2006 Material Girls (writer: “Play with Fire”)
 2006 Bring It On: All or Nothing (Video) (writer: “Rich Girl” – as Kara E. Dioguardi)
 2006 Lucky Louie (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Discipline (2006) … (writer: “Boyfriend”)
 2006 The Hills (TV Series) (writer – 2 episodes)

You Can’t Just Be with Me? (2006) … (writer: “Supergirl”)
New City, New Drama (2006) … (writer: “A Beautiful Life (La Bella Vita)”)
 2006 Radio Disney Jams, Vol. 8: Bonus DVD (Video short) (writer: “Fly”)
 2006 Last Holiday (writer: “Rich Girl”)
 2005 Kylie ‘Showgirl’: The Greatest Hits Tour (Video) (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 2005 2005 American Music Awards (TV Special) (writer: “Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)”)
 2005 Girls and Boys: Sex and British Pop (TV Mini-Series documentary) (writer – 1 episode)

Wannabe: The 1990s (2005) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2005 Karaoke Revolution Party (Video Game) (“Fly”, “Pieces Of Me”)
 2005 Idol (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Pop (2005) … (writer: “Escape”)
 2005 Herbie Fully Loaded (writer: “First”)
 2005 Idol (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #4.10 (2005) … (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 2005 Smallville (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Spirit (2005) … (writer: “La La” – uncredited)
 2005 Ice Princess (writer: “Reach”)
 2005 America (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #1.1 (2005) … (writer: “Pieces of me” – uncredited)
 2004 Idool 2004 (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Liveshow 7 – Rock (2004) … (writer: “Pieces of Me”)
 2004 Hilary Duff: Learning to Fly (Video documentary short) (writer: “Fly”)
 2004 Karaoke Revolution Volume 3 (Video Game) (“Come Clean”)
 2004 Rebelde (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Capítulo 1 (2004) … (writer: “Me Voy”)
 2004 Raise Your Voice (writer: “Someone’s Watching over Me”, “Fly”)
 2004 A Cinderella Story (performer: “Now You Know”) / (writer: “Now You Know”)
 2004 Brave New Girl (TV Movie) (writer: “Brave New Girl”)
 2004 Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (writer: “The Way”)
 2004 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (writer: “Ready”, “1-2-3”)
 2003 Rouge: A Festa dos Seus Sonhos (Video) (writer: “Não Dá Pra Resistir”)
 2002 Rouge: O Sonho de Ser Uma Popstar (Video) (writer: “Não Dá pra Resistir”)
 2002 Idols! (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Workshop #2 (2002) … (writer: “Maybe”)
 2002 Kylie Minogue: Kylie Fever 2002 in Concert – Live in Manchester (Video documentary) (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2002 For the People (TV Series) (performer: “Somethin’ To Say”) / (writer: “Somethin’ To Say”)
 2001 The Office (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

New Girl (2001) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2001 Circuit (writer: “Love Devine”)
 2000 The Frank Skinner Show (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #4.11 (2000) … (writer: “Spinning Around” – uncredited)
 2000 The Royal Variety Performance 2000 (TV Special documentary) (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 2000 Top of the Pops (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode dated 7 July 2000 (2000) … (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 2000 CD:UK (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #1.92 (2000) … (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 2000 International Indian Film Awards (TV Special) (writer: “Spinning Around”)
 1993 Quelli che… il calcio (TV Series) (writer: “Ain’t no other man”)

Composer (12 credits)
 2010 Carrie Underwood: Mama’s Song (Video short)
 2010 Carrie Underwood: Undo It (Video short)
 2008 P!nk: Sober (Video short)
 2007 Céline Dion: Taking Chances (Video short)
 2003 Céline Dion: One Heart (Video short)
 2002 Enrique Iglesias: Maybe (Video short)
 2002 Enrique Iglesias: Escape (Video short) (uncredited)