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Adrienne Bailon is a singer-songwriter, actress,  and television personality from New York City’s lower eastside. Her first claim to fame was the successful award-winning hip hop soul and R&B girl group 3LW; where Bailon was a founding member as well as the lead singer of the trio. 3LW’s debut single was a smash hit “No More (Baby I’ma Do Right)” in 2001. Harmoniously, 3LW released 3 studio albums followed by a greatest hits album “Neva Get Enuf.” The group officially disbanded in 2006. Bailon soon became part of Disney’s International phenomenon The Cheetah Girls.  Amid a popular musical group, a multi-platinum album, and film The Cheetah Girls: One World, Bailon became an unstoppable force in the industry. In 2008 The Cheetah Girls parted ways to pursue solo careers.

She is more than a beautiful face; throughout her career Bailon has continually dedicated herself to empowering women and giving back to charity through prestigious organizations, such as, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Boys and Girls Club of America. As a trendsetter of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian descent, Bailon was proud to accept Latina Magazine’s 2012 award for “Latina Fashionista of the Year.”

She also expanded her entrepreneurial endeavors by launching her nail polish line, “Fingertip Fetish”. In addition, Bailon’s acting  credits include “That’s So Raven,” “Buffalo Dreams,” “All You’ve Got,” “Coach Carter,” “Lovestruck,” and “I’m in Love with a Church Girl.” Aditionally, Adrienne appeared on her own reality show, “Empire Girls” on Style Network.

Recently, Adrienne married Gospel singer, Israel Houghton.  She continues to solidify her career as a co-host on Emmy-nominated daytime talk show, “The Real.”

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