Anne-Marie Rose Nicholson, known mononymously as Anne-Marie, is an English singer and songwriter. She had her first taste of fame at the age of six when she appeared in the West End production of Les Miserables and later landed a larger role in Whistle Down The Wind (again on the West End) aged 12.
Anne-Marie’s net worth is £5.4million, according to Aschoolz.
The singer is said to have made £1.7m just in 2020 due to a string of hit singles and some shrewd property investments.
Although Celebrity Net Worth, puts her worth much lower at nearly £1million.
Anne-Marie (full name Anne-Marie Nicholson) is a British singer-songwriter. She was born in Somerset, England, on April 1, 1991, and was raised in Essex.
She was born into the home of Wayne Nicholson (her father) and Susan J. “Sue” Thompson (her mother). She has one sister, Samantha. She appeared in two West End productions as a child—Les Misérables when she was six, and Whistle Down the Wind, alongside Jessie J, when she was 12.
She had her first taste of fame at the age of six when she appeared in the West End production of Les Miserables and later landed a larger role in Whistle Down The Wind (again on the West End) aged 12.
Aside from her career on stage and also as a pop musicia\n and songwriter, she known for being a professional karate champion – trained in the art of Shotokan.
She has been training in the martial art since she was nine-years-old and has won a number of awards.
Anne-Marie is a black belt in Shotokan karate, having started taking karate lessons aged nine. She won Double Gold in the 2002 Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association World Championships, Gold and Silver in the 2007 Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association World Championships, and Gold in the United Kingdom Traditional Karate Federation National Championships. She credits this with teaching her “discipline and focus – basically everything I need for this career” but now does not have time to practise it frequently, due to her performing commitments. She attended Palmer’s College in Thurrock as a teenager.
Anne-Marie cut a solo demo for Rocket Records in 2013 called “Summer Girl”. Her solo career was curtailed for her to develop herself as an artist; in the interim, she guested on tracks by Magnetic Man, Gorgon City and Raized by Wolves, after which she caught the attention of Rudimental; one of their vocalists left, and so they asked Anne-Marie to replace her. She featured on four tracks on their album We the Generation, of which two were co-features with Dizzee Rascal and Will Heard; the latter, “Rumour Mill”, reached number 67 on the UK Singles Chart. She spent two years touring alongside them. On 10 June 2015, Anne-Marie released her debut EP Karate, which went out on the new label Major Tom’s; two singles were released from it, “Karate” and “Gemini”, which led to Anne-Marie making her first solo live performances. That November she released “Do It Right”, which peaked at number 90 on the UK Singles Chart. It was originally intended to appear on Anne-Marie’s debut full-length album, which at the time, had the working title of Breathing Fire.
On 20 May 2016, Anne-Marie released “Alarm”, the first single from her debut album. It spent one week at number 76 in June before resurfacing a month later; it later peaked at number 2 and was certified Platinum in the UK. In October 2016, Anne-Marie was confirmed to play at the thirty-first edition of Eurosonic Noorderslag in Groningen, Netherlands. The same month, Clean Bandit released their song “Rockabye”, with Anne-Marie as main vocalist and featuring Jamaican rapper Sean Paul. It spent nine consecutive weeks at number one, and gained the coveted Christmas number one. The song has since been certified multi-platinum across most of Europe, North America, and Oceania.
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Anne Marie 2019–present: The Voice UK, single releases and Therapy
In 2019, Anne-Marie featured on the single “Fuck, I’m Lonely” by American singer Lauv for the soundtrack of 13 Reasons Why: Season 3. The single was released on 1 August 2019. Anne-Marie released the song “Birthday” on 7 February 2020. On Mother’s Day 2020, Anne-Marie released the song “Her”. “To Be Young”, was released on 17 July 2020, featuring American rapper Doja Cat.
On 28 August 2020, Anne-Marie featured on the Rudimental song “Come Over”.
On 12 November 2020, Anne-Marie released the single “Problems”. On the same day, her documentary, How To Be Anne-Marie, was released on YouTube Originals. The documentary gives light to the fans and a closer look about her personal life and her “time away from the limelight”. Her documentary also features fellow celebrities, including Little Mix
On 2 January 2021, she made her first appearance as the newest coach for the tenth series of The Voice UK, replacing Meghan Trainor.
On 15 January 2021, Anne-Marie released the single “Don’t Play” in collaboration with English rapper KSI and English DJ, Digital Farm Animals as the lead single form her second studio album.
Anne-Marie contributed vocals on the song “Way Too Long” with Nathan Dawe and MoStack on 9 April 2021.
On 13 May 2021, Anne-Marie announced the single “Our Song” with Niall Horan as the second single from her upcoming second studio album. The song was released on 21 May 2021 the same day she announced the title of her second album Therapy which is to be released on 23 July 2021.
Anne Marie personal life
In 2018, Anne-Marie revealed that she is attracted to both men and women, but that she doesn’t identify with the label bisexual. She said, “I just feel like I’m attracted to who I like.”
Anne Marie height
How tall is Anne-Marie? Anne Marie stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in tall or else 1.68 m or 168 cm. She weighs around 56 Kg or 121 lbs.1