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American singer-songwriter (born 1993)

Meghan Trainor

Trainor in 2020
Born
Meghan Elizabeth Trainor

(1993-12-22) December 22, 1993 (age 28)

Nantucket, Massachusetts, US
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • television personality
Years active 2009–present
Works
  • Discography
  • songs
Spouse
Daryl Sabara

(m 2018)

Children 1
Awards Full list
Musical career
Origin North Eastham, Massachusetts, US
Genres
  • Pop
  • R&B
  • doo-wop
  • blue-eyed soul
Instrument(s) Vocals
Labels
  • Epic
  • Honest OG
Musical artist
Website meghan-trainorcom

Meghan Elizabeth Trainor (born December 22, 1993) is an American singer-songwriter and television personality She rose to prominence after signing with Epic Records in 2014 and releasing her debut single “All About That Bass”, which reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and sold 11 million copies worldwide Trainor has released five studio albums with the label and has received various accolades, including the 2016 Grammy Award for Best New Artist

Trainor became interested in music at a young age; she wrote, recorded, and produced three independently released acoustic albums, Meghan Trainor (2009), I’ll Sing with You, and Only 17 (2010) She began writing and producing songs for other artists in 2013 In 2015, Trainor released her pop and hip hop major-label debut studio album, Title, which included the top-10 singles “Lips Are Movin” and “Like I’m Gonna Lose You”; it debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 The single “No” led her follow-up album, the R&B album Thank You (2016), both of which reached number three on the respective charts Trainor created her third album with Epic, the electronic dance music-influenced Treat Myself (2020), as an attempt to adapt to ongoing musical trends She followed this with the holiday album A Very Trainor Christmas later that year Trainor’s fifth studio album, Takin’ It Back, was released on October 21, 2022, and produced the UK Singles Chart top-10 single “Made You Look”

Trainor’s lyrics frequently include themes of womanhood, body image, and personal empowerment, though they have at times been criticized as antifeminist or regressive Her music is influenced by the popular music of the 1950s, and blends the genres pop, R&B, doo-wop and blue-eyed soul Outside of the music industry, she has had voice roles in the animated films Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017) and Playmobil: The Movie (2019) She served as a judge on the television talent shows The Four: Battle for Stardom (2018), The Voice UK (2020) and Australian Idol (2023) Trainor’s accolades include a Grammy Award, four ASCAP Pop Music Awards, and two Billboard Music Awards

Early life

Meghan Elizabeth Trainor was born on December 22, 1993, in Nantucket, Massachusetts, to jewelers Kelli and Gary Trainor She has an older brother named Ryan and a younger brother named Justin She began singing at age six, at a Methodist church with her father who was a music teacher and organist Trainor’s family encouraged her to pursue her musical interests and she had told her father she wanted to become a recording artist She began writing songs and recording them using the digital audio workstation software GarageBand Trainor started with her own arrangement of the song “Heart and Soul” (1938) According to her mother, Trainor “did a lot by ear”, and played music without formal training Her father wanted her to explore every musical genre At the age of 12, Trainor began performing as part of the cover band Island Fusion, which also included her aunt, younger brother, and father They performed soca music as well as Trainor’s own compositions She was in the group for four years, singing and playing piano, guitar, and bongo drums They would play Bob Marley covers in bars and even opened for the Jamaican singer Beenie Man By age 13, Trainor had written her first original song, “Give Me a Chance”

Trainor and her family left Nantucket when she was in the eighth grade, temporarily relocating to Orleans, Massachusetts, before moving to North Eastham She attended Nauset Regional High School and studied guitar, played trumpet, and sang in a jazz band for three years, and was a substitute cheerleader While she was a teenager, Trainor’s parents nudged her to attend songwriting conventions taking her to venues at which production companies were searching for new artists and songwriters At 15, she took guitar lessons from former NRBQ member Johnny Spampinato During this time, Trainor used Logic Studio to record and produce her compositions and later worked independently in a home studio built by her parents

Career

2009–2013: Career beginnings

Trainor singing “Take Care of Our Soldiers” at Nantucket United Methodist Church, July 2010

Between the ages of 15 and 17, Trainor independently released three albums of material she had written, recorded, performed, and produced She enrolled in the Summer Performance Program at the Berklee College of Music during the mid-year months of 2009 and 2010 Her debut album Meghan Trainor was released on December 25, 2009 Trainor released the song “Take Care of Our Soldiers” on April 16, 2010, all the proceeds from which benefited the United Service Organizations (USO) and Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops The following year Trainor released the acoustic albums I’ll Sing with You and Only 17

At a music conference in Nashville, Trainor introduced herself to former NRBQ member Al Anderson He was impressed by Trainor’s songwriting and referred her to his publisher Carla Wallace of Nashville-based music publishing firm Big Yellow Dog Music Though Trainor had been offered a full scholarship to the Berklee College of Music, she decided to pursue her songwriting career and signed with Big Yellow Dog Music in 2012 She began her career as a songwriter-for-hire because of her ability to compose in a variety of genres, publishing songs for other artists but being unsure about becoming a recording artist herself Her father said, “She thought she was one of the chubby girls who would never be an artist” Trainor graduated from Nauset Regional High School in 2012 She released her song “Who I Wanna Be” for digital download on April 24, 2012

Throughout 2013, Trainor traveled to Nashville, New York City and Los Angeles, where she wrote and helped produce country and pop songs She sang lead and background vocals on demos for other artists and her vocals were occasionally used on the final recordings Trainor co-wrote the song “In the Sun”, which was released as a single by Danish artist Aya Katrine in May 2013 In June 2013, Trainor met producer Kevin Kadish in Nashville via Wallace and a mutual friend Both Kadish and Trainor liked retro style music and began recording together that month Trainor later became frustrated with commuting from Nantucket to Los Angeles for songwriting sessions Her parents did not want her to relocate as it would be expensive so in November 2013, Trainor decided to relocate to Nashville instead There she wrote songs for a number of acts including Hunter Hayes, Rascal Flatts, R5, and Sabrina Carpenter

2014–2015: Breakthrough with Title

Kadish and Trainor co-wrote “All About That Bass” in November 2013 The song was inspired by Trainor’s struggle to accept her appearance and her feelings of insecurity about looking at pictures of herself The duo offered the song to several record labels, all of which rejected the doo-wop song because it was not “synth-y, pop-y” enough Trainor later met Paul Pontius, the A&R agent for Epic Records, and performed “All About That Bass” for him Pontius arranged a meeting with label chairman LA Reid, during which Trainor performed the song for Reid, who signed her 20 minutes later Subsequently, Trainor hired Troy Carter as her manager and released “All About That Bass” on June 30, 2014 The song reached number one in 58 countries, its music video went viral, and it sold 11 million units worldwide It spent eight consecutive weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Media outlets including Vice, The Fader and Complex accused Trainor of cultural appropriation in “All About That Bass”, The Seattle Times' Paul de Barros commented that Trainor affects an accent akin to that of a “young, urban, African American woman” in the song, while its lyric “bringing booty back/Go ahead and tell them skinny bitches that” was criticized by Vox’s Kelsey McKinney for dismissing people of smaller body types Trainor justified her use of the lyric by stating “just kidding, I know even you think you are fat” right after it

Trainor performing in Philadelphia during the Jingle Ball Tour 2014

Trainor’s debut extended play (EP), Title, was released on September 9, 2014 Trainor and Kadish composed its songs The EP peaked at number 15 on the US Billboard 200 and at number 17 on the Canadian Albums Chart Stereogum and Out noted the EP proved Trainor could outlast the success of her debut single Music critics including McKinney and Slate's LV Anderson wrote that the EP’s title track and “All About That Bass” are anti-feminist; Anderson stated that the songs send the message that “a woman’s worth is defined by men” and set a negative example for Trainor’s young female audience Trainor responded to the anti-feminism claims by commenting, “I don’t know, man! I just wrote a fun song about loving your booty and loving your body!” She released her second single “Lips Are Movin”, a retro song in a similar vein to its predecessor, on October 21 that year The song peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, also reaching the top 10 in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand Billboard ranked her as the fourth Top New Artist of the year placing her 12th on their annual list of the most powerful people in music under the age of 21

Trainor’s three self-released albums were removed from sale in the build-up to the release of her major-label debut studio album Title, which replaced her EP of the same name on the iTunes Store, and was released on January 9, 2015 At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, it received an average score of 59 based on 13 reviews, indicating “mixed or average reviews” The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, earning a triple platinum certification from the RIAA It was the ninth best-selling album of 2015 worldwide, with 18 million copies sold according to IFPI The album’s later singles “Dear Future Husband” and “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” reached the Hot 100’s top 20, and the latter reached number one on the Australian Singles Chart The music video for “Dear Future Husband”, which depicts Trainor scrubbing a kitchen floor, drew criticism and online critics labeled it as “sexist” and “anti-feminist” for its portrayal of traditional gender stereotypes She responded to the criticism by saying; “but no, I don’t believe I was I think I was just writing my song to my future husband out there, wherever he is” Trainor performed a duet with Charlie Puth on his debut single “Marvin Gaye”, which was released in February 2015

Trainor began her first headlining concert tour, That Bass Tour, on February 11, 2015, with Australian band Sheppard as the opening act The album was also promoted through the “MTrain Tour”, with Puth and Life of Dillon as opening acts The tour was set to begin on July 3 but Trainor was diagnosed with a vocal cord hemorrhage that month and her medical team ordered her to undergo complete vocal rest, delaying the first two dates of the tour In July, she announced that she was writing the song “Better When I’m Dancin'” for The Peanuts Movie soundtrack (2015) On August 11, 2015, Trainor announced the cancellation of the remainder of her North American tour and said she would undergo surgery “to finally fix this once and for all” On September 1, 2015, she confirmed that she had successfully gone through the surgery and would need a six-week recovery period before performing again Trainor appeared as a musical guest on the third season of the American television sitcom Undateable In late 2015, American singer Who Is Fancy released the single “Boys Like You”, which features her and Ariana Grande Trainor won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards

2016–2017: Thank You

Trainor performing in Washington, DC during Capital Pride in June 2016

Trainor told E! Online on January 7, 2016, she had almost finished working on her second major-label studio album Thank You She told MTV News the album was influenced by the music of Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, and Bruno Mars, and includes a collaboration between her and R City The album’s first single “No” was produced by Ricky Reed and was released on March 4, 2016 The R&B song peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 Shortly after the release of “No”, Trainor released the promotional singles “Watch Me Do”, “I Love Me”, “Better” (featuring American rapper Yo Gotti), and “Mom”, on which Trainor’s mother appears The second single from the album, “Me Too”, was released on May 5; the accompanying video was released four days later but removed the same day because of unapproved digital manipulation of Trainor’s body An unedited version of the video was released the next day The song peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 A performance of the song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon drew attention when Trainor fell to the floor while trying to catch hold of a microphone stand

Thank You was released on May 6, 2016 The album received mixed reviews, resulting in a Metacritic score of 60 based on 10 of them, and debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200; it was certified platinum in the US for sales in excess of a million units In July, Trainor embarked on The Untouchable Tour in support of it, with Hailee Steinfeld and Common Kings as opening acts “Better” was released as the album’s third single in August 2016, and received a music video that includes a cameo from Beau Bridges Trainor appeared on three other artists’ songs in 2016, “Forgive Me Father” from DJ Khaled’s album Major Key, “Someday” from Michael Bublé’s album Nobody but Me, and “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” from Brett Eldredge’s album Glow She co-wrote multiple songs that year, including Jennifer Lopez’s “Ain’t Your Mama” and “You Gotta Not” from Little Mix’s album Glory Days On February 24, 2017, Trainor released the single “I’m a Lady”, which she recorded for the film Smurfs: The Lost Village, in which she also voiced a character called Smurfmelody

2018–2022: The Love Train, Treat Myself and A Very Trainor Christmas

In December 2017, Fox announced Trainor as one of the judges on the show The Four: Battle for Stardom, along with Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Charlie Walk The program’s first two seasons were broadcast in 2018 Trainor competed against singer Shania Twain in an episode of TBS’s show Drop the Mic, which aired in January 2018; both were declared winners Trainor’s third major-label studio album, Treat Myself, was scheduled for release on August 31, 2018, but was delayed because Trainor wanted to write and record more songs for it Its lead single “No Excuses” was released in March 2018 and peaked at number 46 on the Billboard Hot 100 The songs “Let You Be Right” and “Can’t Dance” were released as singles two months later “All the Ways” was released on June 20, 2018, and the title track was made available on July 20, 2018 The same year, Trainor appeared on Jason Mraz’s song “More than Friends”

In collaboration with Sigala and Ella Eyre, Trainor released the single “Just Got Paid” which features American rapper French Montana The song reached number 11 on the UK Singles Chart, number 7 in Scotland, and number 12 in Ireland Trainor and Sean Paul appeared on a remix of CNCO’s song “Hey DJ” later that year Trainor launched The Salvation Army’s 128th annual Red Kettle Campaign on November 22, 2018, performing at a Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins (then rebranded Washington Football Team; now Commanders) game Treat Myself was later given a January 2019 release date but was not released until January 31, 2020 “All the Ways” was released to hot adult contemporary radio in February 2019 as a single That month, Trainor also released an EP, The Love Train, which was promoted through music videos and includes “All the Ways” She was a headliner, along with Years & Years, for the 2019 Los Angeles Pride festival

Trainor recorded the songs “Badass Woman” and “Run Like the River” for the 2019 films The Hustle and Playmobil: The Movie, respectively She also voiced a fairy godmother in Playmobil: The Movie In September 2019, ITV announced Trainor would join william, Sir Tom Jones, and Olly Murs as a coach for the ninth season of The Voice UK, which premiered in 2020 She released “Wave” as the second single from Treat Myself, on September 27, 2019 The album was further promoted with the promotional singles “Workin’ On It”, “Evil Twin”, and “Blink” Trainor wrote enough material for four albums while trying to adapt to new trends in the music industry, Treat Myself was released on January 31, 2020, along with its third single “Nice to Meet Ya” which features Nicki Minaj, to mixed reviews which resulted in a Metacritic score of 51 based on four of them Treat Myself debuted at number 25 on the US Billboard 200 and “Nice to Meet Ya” debuted at number 89 on the Billboard Hot 100 Trainor released a deluxe version of the album in July 2020, preceded by the single “Make You Dance” (2020) She released a holiday album, A Very Trainor Christmas, on October 30, 2020 In March 2021, she signed an overall deal with NBCUniversal, which includes her starring in a comedy series

2022–present: Takin’ It Back

On June 21, 2022, Trainor announced the lead single from her upcoming fifth studio album, “Bad for Me”, featuring Teddy Swims, which was released on June 24, 2022 The prior day, she revealed the cover of the album, titled Takin’ It Back, on Instagram; the album was released on October 21, 2022 On September 7, 2022, Trainor announced “Don’t I Make It Look Easy” as a promotional single, which was released on September 9, 2022 On 28 September, Australia’s Seven Network announced that Trainor will serve as a judge on Australian Idol in 2023 “Made You Look” was released as the second single from the album, and became her first UK Singles Chart top-10 single since “Marvin Gaye”

Artistry

Influences

During her childhood, Trainor’s father introduced her to 1950s music, doo-wop, jazz, and the work of James Brown She grew up listening to soca and Caribbean music, and credits 1950s music, soca, and the music of Frank Sinatra for influencing her blend of hip hop and pop music Trainor had been introduced to soca at the age of seven when her aunt married Trinidadian soca singer Burton Toney As a songwriter, she has been influenced by Sinatra’s repertoire, saying, “No one writes like that anymore, because it’s hard” She has described Stevie Wonder and Phil Collins as inspirations, and has cited Bruno Mars as one of her biggest influences Trainor considers doo-wop the “catchiest stuff” and has stated that she wants to write a song in the vein of The Chordettes’ “Lollipop” (1958) She has credited Beyoncé as “the one performer stud a lot” Trainor has cited artists like Ariana Grande, Jason Mraz, and T-Pain as influences on the “upbeat and happy” nature of her music Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presley influenced Thank You, whereas its lead single “No” draws inspiration from Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Destiny’s Child, and NSYNC

Musical style and themes

Trainor is a singer-songwriter Her music has been described as pop, R&B, doo-wop, and blue-eyed soul Her debut EP Title is composed of throwback-style sound and “1950s doo wop-inspired songs that straddle the line between modern R&B and melodic pop” Her hook-laden songwriting style has been likened to that of Brill Building composers such as Gerry Goffin, Carole King, Ellie Greenwich, and Jeff Barry; while the sound of her debut EP has been compared to that of American indie pop singer-songwriters Jenny Lewis and Neko Case, and the “retro-girl-group” sound of her debut single to that of 1960s singers such as Betty Everett and Eydie Gormé The album Title is a fusion of girl group pop and old-school hip hop and Thank You is an R&B album with dance-pop elements, while Trainor incorporated electronic dance music influences and funk on Treat Myself Trainor plays a variety of instruments: bass, guitar, ukulele, keyboard, trumpet, percussion, and piano According to Trainor, a song’s melody is more important than its lyrics Other genres in which she composes include country, hip hop, reggae and soca, but she prefers doo-wop and reggae

Trainor’s lyrics frequently refer to womanhood, body image, and personal empowerment Billboard's Ashley Lee wrote that since receiving controversy for the lyrics of “All About That Bass”, Trainor began writing “more inclusive” songs about body positivity, citing “Me Too” and the Thank You track “Woman Up” (2016) as examples The album Title explores themes like heartbreak, one-night stands, relationships, and sex According to Slant Magazine's Alexa Camp, Trainor continued to peddle a “myopic, commercialized brand of feminism” with Thank You Trainor incorporated empowerment as a lyrical theme on Treat Myself, and also continued the theme of feminism with its lyrics; the latter drew criticism from PopMatters' Jessica Brant

Trainor is an alto and her vocals have been described as “soulful” and “highly resonant”, as well as “a reedy cross” between those of Katy Perry and Taylor Swift Chris DeVille of Stereogum said Trainor is “a very capable singer” and that she “project lots of character and emotion within a relatively limited range” Writing for Canadian Business, James Cowan compared the harmonies in Trainor’s music to those of 1960s female groups MTV News’ Carvell Wallace wrote that the singer has charismatic vocals, her relatability is part of her appeal, and one can “imagine a drunken bachelorette party having a transcendent sing-along to in the back of a rented stretch Hummer” He also criticized Trainor for using African-American English Trainor has said that her accent is “the Gary Trainor thing”, and that her father is “very soulful” and emulates Brown sometimes

Public image and personal life

Trainor at the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Rolling Stone described Trainor as 2014’s “Most Unlikely Pop Star” Following the release of “All About That Bass”, Billboard's Andrew Hampp reported that Trainor had “become a model of self-acceptance for kids across the globe” The Guardian's Caroline Sullivan called Trainor “the poster girl for the larger woman” and “pop’s emblem for self-acceptance” Billboard included her in its list of “14 Musicians With Body Positive Messages” while MTV Australia stated she has “always stood by what she believes in and attempted to promote body positivity for all women” In March 2015, Trainor partnered with plus-size retailer FullBeauty Brands as a consultant for the creation of clothing for women with varying body types According to Billboard's Jada Yuan, Trainor’s image is defined by her “curves” though she is not “curvy” like Nicki Minaj and Kim Kardashian but “she’s not model-thin like many other stars” The author described Trainor’s use of social media as “upbeat to goofy, with little soul baring or soapbox lecturing”

Some critics have described Trainor as anti-feminist and said she seeks self-worth based on the opinions of men Trainor did not identify as a feminist in a 2014 Billboard interview, but two years later, she had changed her views In a 2020 interview, Trainor said she was “just  stupid and young”, and did not identify as a feminist due to her mother’s advice that she should not claim to be something if she did not understand the word, and thought feminists were “those people that hate ”

Trainor met actor Daryl Sabara in 2014 at a house party in Los Angeles and began a relationship with him in July 2016 The couple were engaged on December 22, 2017, and married one year later on Trainor’s 25th birthday On October 7, 2020, Trainor announced on The Today Show that she and Sabara were expecting their first child together, and confirmed later that month on The Kelly Clarkson Show that she was pregnant with a baby boy In February 2021, she gave birth to her son

Other ventures

Philanthropy

Trainor has partnered with the American Cancer Society, and made public appearances in charity events such as We Day California, as well as The Hollywood Reporter's 24th annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast In 2018, the British media company Global’s in-house charity Make Some Noise invited Trainor to present a £77,200 check to the charity Reach During the COVID-19 pandemic, Trainor donated funds to feed healthcare professionals in Greater Hartford and pledged money for restaurants in Connecticut to provide 50 lunches to local hospitals daily for five days She also held a Live At-Home concert series to raise money for Feeding America In May 2020, Rolling Stone reported the tour had raised over $225,000 for the nonprofit organization

Politics

In 2016, Trainor said she had never voted in a United States presidential election and did not intend to do so in the future She said she preferred Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the 2016 United States presidential election Trainor is outspoken about LGBTQ rights and gun control, and was among the 200 artists and music executives to sign Billboard's open letter to the United States Congress demanding an end to gun violence In 2017, she publicly supported the legalization of same-sex marriage while denouncing an Australian campaign against it A year later, through Billboard, Trainor published a “love letter” to the LGBTQ community in which she described the community as “some of biggest fans since came onto the scene” In 2022, she was among the 150 artists and influencers to sign their support for Planned Parenthood’s #BansOffOurBodies campaign in support of Roe v Wade

Awards and accolades

See also: List of awards and nominations received by Meghan Trainor

Trainor has won four ASCAP Pop Music Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, a People’s Choice Award, and a Grammy Award Trainor was awarded Best Female Artist at the 2009 International Acoustic Music Awards and the Grand Prize at the 2010 New Orleans Songwriter’s Festival; she has also won the 2011 Tennessee Concerts Song Contest and the John Lennon Love Song Songwriting Contest She was named the “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” by the Music Business Association in 2014

Among her achievements, she became the 21st female artist whose debut single peaked at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, and the fifth female artist to follow up her chart-topping debut single with another top-five release On the Billboard Year-End charts for 2015, Trainor was listed seventh on Top Artists and second on Top Female Artists Billboard ranked her at number 40 on their list of the top artists of the 2010s Title was placed 98th on the magazine’s “Greatest of All Time Billboard 200 Albums by Women” list, with “All About That Bass” ranking at number 69 on the all inclusive list for singles As of October 2015, “All About That Bass” was the only debut single by any artist to accumulate a billion views on YouTube

Discography

Main articles: Meghan Trainor discography and List of songs recorded by Meghan Trainor
  • Title (2015)
  • Thank You (2016)
  • Treat Myself (2020)
  • A Very Trainor Christmas (2020)
  • Takin’ It Back (2022)

Tours

  • That Bass Tour (2015)
  • MTrain Tour (2015)
  • The Untouchable Tour (2016)

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes Ref
2017 Smurfs: The Lost Village Smurfmelody Voice role
2019 Playmobil: The Movie Fairy god-mother Voice role
Television
Year Title Role Notes Ref
2015 The Voice Herself Season 8 (as advisor of Team Blake)
2015 Undateable Herself Season 3
2017 RuPaul’s Drag Race Guest Judge Episode: “Reality Stars: The Musical”
2018 The Four: Battle for Stardom Judge Seasons 1 and 2
2018 Drop the Mic Herself Episode: “Danielle Fishel vs Jonathan Lipnicki / Shania Twain vs Meghan Trainor”
2018 Lip Sync Battle Guest 1 Episode
2018 CMT Crossroads Herself Along with Brett Eldredge
2019 Songland Herself Episode: “Meghan Trainor”
2020 SpongeBob SquarePants Herself Episode: “SpongeBob’s Appreciation Day!”
2020 The Voice UK Coach Series 9
2020 #KidsTogether: The Nickelodeon Town Hall Herself Television special
2020 Celebrity Watch Party Herself Episode: “The Celebrity Watch Party Has Begun”
2021 Blue’s Clues & You! Rainbow Voice role; episode: “Blue’s Rainy Day Rainbow”
2021 Top Chef Family Style Host
2023 Australian Idol Judge Series 8

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