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Overview (3)

Born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK
Birth NameCharlotte Emma Aitchison
Height 5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in Cambridge as Charlotte Emma Aitchison, Charli XCX is a singer, songwriter, model and actress. Daughter of a Scottish father and Indian mother, she studied at UCL's Slade School of Fine Art in London. Charlotte kept her MSN Messenger alias for her stage name and stated writing song at 14 years old. Her talent was spotted in 2008 after she shared on MySpace songs and demos from her first album that was recorded thanks to the financial help of her parents. She took a break from music in 2010. Aitchison contributed vocals and co-writing for numerous hit singles before debuting her studio album True Romance in 2013. International success followed quickly with a second studio album and several collaboration with other artists such as Iggy Azalea. In 2017, before releasing a new mixtape, she directed the music video of the lead single from her upcoming third studio album.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: AX Up

Trade Mark (4)

Curly hair
Midriff clothing
Leather jackets and sunglasses
Platform heels

Trivia (7)

Born to an Indian mother and a Scottish father.
Her stage name was taken from her MSN Messenger screen name when she was much younger.
Before her breakthrough with 'Boom Clap', she had released ten songs, none of which made the charts.
Charli's influences include Britney Spears, Shampoo, No Doubt, t.A.T.u., The Donnas, Bikini Kill, Martika, The Cure, The Feminine Complex, Donna Summer, Bread, the Spice Girls, Uffie, Brooke Candy, Lil Wayne, Kate Bush, Twin Peaks, Paris Hilton, Justice, Crystal Castles, Calvin Harris, Björk, Quentin Tarantino and Siouxsie Sioux.
She has Synesthesia which causes her to see music as colors.
Has described Siouxsie Sioux from Siouxsie and The Banshees as her hero.
Her fans refer to Themselves as ''Charli's Angels''.

Personal Quotes (1)

[observation, 2014] I can see pop music changing into something I can really run. There's only a few more years left of the whole plastic, overproduced bad lyric, throwaway pop. It's dying out because audiences are clever. Artists are running their own careers now, and that means it has to come from them. It has to come from their brain.

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