Bea Miller

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Bea Miller
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Bea Miller in 2019 (O2 London Islington)
Background information
Birth nameBeatrice Annika Miller
Born (1999-02-07) February 7, 1999 (age 20)
Maplewood, New Jersey, U.S.[1]
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active2008–present
Associated actsBoyce Avenue

Beatrice Annika Miller (born February 7, 1999) is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She came in ninth place on season two of The X Factor (US) when she was 13 years old. She was formerly signed to Hollywood Records. Her debut EP Young Blood was released in 2014, and her debut album Not an Apology was released on July 24, 2015. In 2016, she released her single "Yes Girl". In early 2017, she began releasing the EPs Chapter One: Blue, Chapter Two: Red, and Chapter Three: Yellow. The three EPs, along with five additional songs, were collected as her second studio album, Aurora. In 2018, she featured as the lead vocalist on NOTD's single, "I Wanna Know", which reached the top 20 in Australia, Belgium and Norway. In 2019, she released the singles "It's Not U It's Me" with 6lack, "Feel Something", "Feels Like Home" with Jessie Reyez and "Never Gonna Like You" with Snakehips. She signed with Olliebear Records and Create Music Group in November 2019 and released her single "That Bitch".


2012: The X Factor (US)[edit]

Miller was a contestant on season two of The X Factor, finishing in ninth place.[4][5] She performed the following songs on the show:

Episode Theme Song[citation needed] Original artist Order Result
Audition Free choice "Cowboy Take Me Away" Dixie Chicks N/A Advanced
Bootcamp 1 Solo performance Not viewed Advanced
Bootcamp 2 Group performance Not viewed Advanced
Bootcamp 3 Duet performance "Pumped Up Kicks"
(with Carly Rose Sonenclar)
Foster the People Advanced
Judges' houses Free choice "Titanium" David Guetta and Sia Advanced
Week 1 Made in America "I Won't Give Up" Jason Mraz 11 Advanced
Week 2 Songs from movies "Iris" Goo Goo Dolls 5 Safe (10th)
Week 3 Divas "Time After Time" Cyndi Lauper 4 Safe (8th)[6]
Week 4 Giving Thanks "Chasing Cars" Snow Patrol 7 Bottom three (8th)[7]
Week 4 Survival Singing for Survival "White Flag" Dido 2 Eliminated[7]

2013–2015: Record deal and Not an Apology[edit]

On April 11, 2013, it was officially announced that she was signed to Syco Music and Hollywood Records, marking the first collaborative arrangement between these two labels.[8] Shortly after the ending of the second season of The X Factor, Miller changed her name to simply Bea Miller.[9] She contributed her voice towards the audio book for Jennifer Donnelly's new book, Deep Blue: Songspell and a promotional song for it called "Open Your Eyes" in 2014. She uploaded her new song "Rich Kids" to YouTube in 2014, and it was included in her 2015 album Not an Apology.[10] She released a clip of a new song called "Enemy Fire".[11][when?]

"Enemy Fire" premiered on her own Vevo channel in April 2014. She worked with busbee, Jarrad Rogers, Mike Del Rio, and other noteworthy producers for her album. Her debut EP Young Blood was released on April 22, 2014,[12][13] with the lead single "Young Blood". Her EP peaked at No. 2 on the iTunes pop albums chart. Her EP had a debut peak on Billboard 200 at No. 64. Miller opened up for Demi Lovato on select cities for her Demi World Tour.[14]

In December 2014, she was picked as Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month and was featured on NBC's Today show hosted by Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, where she performed live her single "Young Blood".

In 2015, Miller was named Radio Disney's newest Next Big Thing artist. She appeared on Disney Channel many times with it and promoted her album with it as well. Her debut single "Young Blood" won the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards for "Best Song to Rock Out to With Your BFF".[15]

Miller released her debut album, Not an Apology, on July 24, 2015, on Hollywood Records. The album peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200. On April 24, 2015, it was announced that Miller would accompany Debby Ryan and Natalie La Rose as opening acts for the summer leg of Fifth Harmony's The Reflection Tour, which began on July 15 in Louisville, Kentucky.[16] Miller finished the tour in late August.[citation needed] In July 2015, she was chosen by public vote to be the next Vevo Lift artist.

2016–present: Aurora and upcoming third studio album[edit]

On April 20, 2016, it was announced that Miller would join Selena Gomez on her Revival Tour as an opening act along with DNCE.[17] The tour ran from May throughout the summer. Miller also announced that she would be hosting meet and greets titled "Tea With Bea".[18]

Miller released a non-album single "Yes Girl" on May 20, 2016.[19] She performed the song and a song that was unreleased at the moment, titled "Song Like You" numerous times on the Revival Tour. Her song "This Little Light of Mine" was featured in a 2016 advertising campaign for 3 Musketeers.[20] On February 24, 2017, she released the first part of a three-EP project, Chapter One: Blue. On March 30, 2017, she performed "Song Like You" on The Late Late Show with James Corden. It was her first late-night talk show appearance.[21] On June 2, 2017 she released the second part of her three-EP project, Chapter Two: Red.[22] The final EP, Chapter Three: Yellow was released on October 6, 2017.[23]

In August 2017, Miller's song "Brand New Eyes" was featured in the trailer to the film Wonder, directed by Stephen Chbosky and starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson.[24]

Miller's second full-length album and debut international album Aurora was released on February 23, 2018. It includes all the songs from the three previous extended plays (dubbed as "chapters"), along with five new tracks.[25] Miller had a hand in writing all but one of the songs on Aurora, on topics about "everything from existential boredom to slut shaming".[25] She performed "S.L.U.T.", the album's lead single, on MTV's TRL on February 12, 2018.[26] She conceived of the song as a way to reclaim the word's negative connotations as the positive acronym "sweet little unforgettable thing".[25]

She was featured on vocals on the 2018 NOTD single "I Wanna Know", released in March 2018.[27] The song went Gold in the US and is Platinum in several countries, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and Sweden. She performed the song live on Today in June 2018.[28] She also promoted the single at multiple shows and acoustic sets.

In February 2019, Miller announced her first headlining tour titled "Nice To Meet U Tour".[citation needed] On March 1, she released the lead single off her upcoming third studio album, titled "It's Not U It's Me".[citation needed] The song is a collaboration with American rapper and singer 6lack. She then released her single "Feel Something"[29] and announced her "Sunsets in Outerspace Tour".[citation needed] She released the single "Feels Like Home" with Jessie Reyez in August 2019.[30] The collaboration with Snakehips titled "Never Gonna Like You" was released in September 2019.[31] She started her own record label, Olliebear Records, and signed with Create Music Group and released the single "That Bitch" in November 2019.[32]

Personal life[edit]

Miller is the daughter of two mothers, and has two adopted younger siblings.[33][34][35]

She is from Maplewood, New Jersey.

In 2015, Miller began dating American singer Jacob Whitesides.[36] The couple broke up in May 2016, after one year of dating.[37]

Miller is an ambassador for the anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label.[38]

Miller experiences synesthesia, which means she sees different colors when hearing certain sounds.[3]



List of studio albums, with selected details, chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
Not an Apology 7
  • Release: February 23, 2018
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download

Extended plays[edit]

List of EPs, with selected details, chart positions
Title EP details Peak chart positions
Young Blood
  • Released: April 22, 2014
  • Label: Syco, Hollywood
  • Format: Digital download
Chapter One: Blue
  • Released: February 24, 2017
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Format: Digital download
Chapter Two: Red
  • Released: June 2, 2017[41]
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Format: Digital download
Chapter Three: Yellow
  • Released: October 6, 2017
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Format: Digital download


As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album


"Young Blood" 2014 [B] 40 Young Blood and
Not an Apology
"Fire n Gold"[47] 2015 78 [C]
"Yes Girl" 2016 [D] Non-album single
"Song Like You"[49] 2017 Chapter One: Blue and Aurora
"S.L.U.T."[25] Chapter Three: Yellow and Aurora
"It's Not U It's Me"
(with 6lack)
2019 38 TBA
"Feel Something"
"Feels like Home"
(with Jessie Reyez)
"Never Gonna Like You"
(with Snakehips)
"That Bitch"
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album


"I Wanna Know"
(NOTD featuring Bea Miller)
2018 23 18 14 69 40 18 28 46
  • RIAA: Gold
  • ARIA: Platinum
  • MC: 2x Platinum
  • GLF: Platinum
  • BPI: Silver
Non-album single
"War (En Vivo)"[57]
(Paty Cantú featuring Bea Miller)
"Waste of Time"
(Lostboycrow featuring Bea Miller)
Santa Fe[59]
(Jeremy Zucker featuring Bea Miller)
2019 Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Open Your Eyes"[61] 2014 Non-album song
"Brand New Eyes"[62] 2017 Wonder

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, showing other performing artists, year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Roar" 2015 Boyce Avenue Cover Sessions, Vol. 3[63]
"We Can't Stop"
"See You Again" 2017 Cover Sessions, Vol. 4[64]
"Be My Baby" None Dirty Dancing[65]

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos as lead and featured artist, showing directors
Title Year Other artist(s) Director Ref.
As lead artist
"Open Your Eyes" 2014 None Unknown [66]
"Young Blood" Mark Pellington [67]
"Fire n Gold" 2015 Black Coffee [68]
"Yes Girl" 2016 Aya Tanimura [69]
"Song Like You" 2017 Kyle Cogan [70]
"Burning Bridges" [71]
"Be My Baby" Brazil & Kalyne Lionheart [72]
"I Can't Breathe" Miles & AJ [73]
"Like That" [74]
"Buy Me Diamonds" [75]
"Warmer" [76]
"Brand New Eyes" Unknown [77]
"Repercussions" Miles & AJ [78]
"To the Grave" Mike Stud [79]
"S.L.U.T." 2018 None [80]
"It's Not U It's Me" 2019 6lack Pilar Zeta & Jimmy Edgar [81]
"Feel Something" None Pilar Zeta [82]
"Feels Like Home" Jessie Reyez Phillip Soulliere [83]
"Never Gonna Like You" Snakehips Emmet Kilmer & Bea Miller [84]
As featured artist
"War (En Vivo)" 2017 Paty Cantú Unknown [85]
"I Wanna Know" NOTD Michael Baldwin [86]


Year Title Role Notes Ref
2008 Saturday Night Live Kid on "The Dakota Fanning Show" Appearance [87]
2008 Teddy Grams Grace Short film [88]
2008 Yes, Virginia Virginia O'Hanlon Lead role [89]
2009 Wonder Pets Cuby / Baby Munchkin 2 episodes [90]
2009 Confessions of a Shopaholic Shoestore girl [89]
2009 Tell-Tale Angela Bernard [89]
2009 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Additional voice [91]
2009 Yuppie Federation Waitress [citation needed]
2010 Hens and Chicks Hanna Short film [92]
2010 Toy Story 3 Molly Davis Voice role [93]
2011 Too Big to Fail Buffett's Great Grandkid [94]
2012 Lifted Sara Short film [citation needed]
2012 Unforgettable Katrina Sadler [95]
2012 The X Factor Herself [4]
2013 Officer Down Lanie Callahan [95]
2013 Mary and Martha Funeral singer [91]
2017 Please Stand By Tracy [96]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2015 Radio Disney Music Awards Best Song to Rock Out to With your BFFs "Young Blood" Won [15]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Next Big Thing Herself Won [97]
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Music: Breakout Artist Nominated [98]


Headlining Act

  • Nice to Meet U Tour (2019)
  • Sunsets in Outerspace Tour (2019)

Opening act

Supporting Act


  1. ^ "Aurora" did not chart on the Billboard 200, but did peak at number 82 on the Top Current Albums chart.[40]
  2. ^ "Young Blood" did not chart on the Billboard Hot 100, though did peak at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[45]
  3. ^ "Fire N Gold" did not chart on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart, but did peak at number 13 on the Pop Digital Song Sales chart.[48]
  4. ^ "Yes Girl" did not chart on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart, but did peak at number 44 on the Pop Digital Song Sales chart.[48]


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