Christine Milton

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Christine Milton
Born (1985-07-18) July 18, 1985 (age 29)
Amager, Denmark
Genres Pop, Europop, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, dancer
Years active 2003–present
Labels RCA/BMG (2003–2004)
Sony BMG (2007)
Smokenhagen Records (2008)
Nightology Records (2010)
Website www.christinemilton.dk

Christine Milton is a Danish pop singer, songwriter and professional dancer. She was one of the participants in the second series of Denmark's popular Popstars series. Although she did not win she was signed to record label BMG. She was born on July 18, 1985 in Amager, Denmark and was raised in Gilleleje, as one of four siblings.

She is the original singer behind Jamelia's international hit single "Superstar", which was written and produced by Danish producers Cutfather & Joe and Remee in 2003. It spent seven weeks at number one on the official Danish singles chart, sold over 12,000 copies, and gave Milton her very first gold and platinum record.

In 2004 she co-hosted the annual Danish MGP, a junior singing competition, on DR1.

On April 13, 2004 Christine released her debut album Friday. Written and produced by the Swedish producers Ghost (Ulf Lindström & Johan Ekhé) and Danish producers Cutfather & Joe and Remee, the album was a #1 success in Denmark. It also spawned three further singles, "Whicketywhack (I Ain't Coming Back)", "Shine On" and "So Addictive".

In 2005 she provided the voice dubbing for one of the characters in the Danish release of the adventure/comedy film Racing Stripes.

In November 2006, "Superstar" appeared on the debut album of American singer Bianca Ryan, the first winner of the reality talent show America's Got Talent.

Christine Milton released her first Danish single called "Det' forbi" (literally "It's Over") in 2007.[1] A year after she released the single "Tilbage" on Smokenhagen Records, a label owned by the hip-hop production team Madness 4 Real.

On April 12, 2010 Milton returned with the come-back single "Leave You Now", released on Danish house producer Rune RK's Nightology Records.

Contrary to popular belief, Christine is not the daughter of Danish soccer FIFA referee Kim Milton.

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  • FHM Denmark: "World's 100 Sexiest Women" (2004): Ranked #41
  • FHM Denmark: "World's 100 Sexiest Women" (2005): Ranked #29

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