What nationality is Chrisette Michele?

What nationality is Chrisette Michele?

Chrisette Michele/Nationality

Central Islip, New York, U.S. Patchogue, New York City, U.S. Chrisette Michele Payne (born December 8, 1982) is an American R&B and soul singer.

Is Chrisette Michele still engaged?

Chrisette Michele Opens Up About Divorce ‘I Got Married To Try Adulting On For Size… Chrisette Michele is baring all about her recent divorce. The “Epiphany” singer wed her manager at the time, Doug “Biggs” Ellison in 2016, before they split in 2018.

How old is Chrisette Michele?

38 years (December 8, 1982)
Chrisette Michele/Age

How much does Chrisette Michele weigh?

“I don’t spend too much of my day obsessing over my size,” Chrisette Michele shared on her personal blog. While the 5’7” beauty explained she lost approximately 25-pounds between December of 2018 and July of 2019, the singer who weighed in at 175 lbs.

What is Chrisette Michele’s real name?

Chrisette Michele Payne
Chrisette Michele/Full name

What reality show was Chrisette Michele on?

R&B Divas: Los Angeles

R&B Divas: Los Angeles
Genre Reality television
Starring Chanté Moore Cynthia “Lil’ Mo” Loving Michel’le Toussaint Leela James (seasons 2–3) Stacy Francis (season 3) Christina “Brave” Williams (season 3) Chrisette Michele (seasons 2–3) Claudette Ortiz (seasons 1-2) Dawn Robinson (season 1) Kelly Price (season 1)

Who discovered Chrisette Michele?

Arie, who spotted her at Manhattan’s Village Underground club, enlisted Chrisette to be her opening act, as did Kem and Angie Stone. And at that same club, she was also discovered by representatives of Def Jam, who were enamored with her vocal abilities and had her signed to the label by 2006.

What happen to Chrisette Michele?

After her performance, Michele suffered a great deal. She received horrifying death threats, miscarried, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, lost a record deal, and radio stations refused to play her music. These days the R&B Divas: Los Angeles alum is getting back to singing, but it’s not quite the same.