Lindsay Pagano (born June 22, 1986 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American singer who until 2003 was signed to Warner Brothers Records. She toured with Dream Street and Aaron Carter for several months. She also performed for the governor of California along with The Eagles and The Backstreet Boys.
She is mostly known for her 2001 song "Everything U R", which was originally on an AOL commercial before being the theme song for the WB show Maybe It's Me. She was signed to represent Reebok. Pagano stated in a 2004 interview with Vainquer Teens Magazine that she was in the process of recording a new album, but did not release any new material until 2008.
She appeared as herself in the What's New, Scooby Doo? episode "Riva Ras Regas", originally aired on Cartoon Network on May 9, 2003. She performed three songs. In 2002, she became known as the AOL Girl due to her song being picked for their national commercials.
Pagano signed up as the first artist on The Matrix's label Let's Hear It Records, but the label closed before Pagano released any of her material.
Pagano is of Italian and Jewish descent. She resides in Philadelphia. In August 2007, Pagano was set to audition for American Idol. She won Fox television's Good Day Philadelphia "Philly Idol" competition, beating out hundreds of contestants for the top spot. She never made it past the first round.
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- I Gotta Stop
- Three Wishes
- You Have No Right
- I Go Down
- What Did I Do
- Seventeen Ways
- Tough Enough
- Love & Faith & Inspiration (2001)
- Everything U R
- Love & Faith & Inspiration
- Cryin' Shame
- Dreams Like This
- Amazing High
- It Doesn't Get Any Better
- Burning In Me
- Number One (With A Bullet)
- So Bad (Featuring Paul McCartney)
- Love & Faith & Inspiration (Reprise)
* Everything U R (2001)
- "Everything U R"
- "Everything U R" (Philly Mix)
- "Burning In Me"
- "I Gotta Stop" (Radio Only)
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