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TriviaWon the Smooth Operator Award at the 2nd Annual TRL Awards (2004). Won the "Best New Solo Artist (CHR)" at the Canadian Radio Music Awards (2004). Fefe dedicated the song "8x10" to her "not so secret crush", Craig Nicholls of The Vines. The song is featured on her debut album. Her single "Take Me Away" was streamed over 100,000 times in its first week on AOL. Lists Judy Garland and Kurt Cobain as some of her biggest influences. Was suppose to perform with J.C. Chasez for the half time show at NFL Pro Bowl game in Hawaii. But both performers's shows were cancelled, due to the Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake controversey that happened at the Super Bowl (February 2004). Played played "Dorothy" in her 5th grade production of "The Wizard Of Oz". Her mother is Scottish, Irish, Dutch, Indian and English. Her father is Jamaican and Asian. Jr. High School: Heritage Senior Public School Her debut album, "Fefe Dobson" debuted at #1 on Billboard's Heatseeker's Chart and #111 on the Billboard 200. It peaked at #67 on the Billboard 200. Number 43, in the "One Hundred Sexiest Women in the entertainment business by Smooth Magazine" (Sept 2004). Is good friends with Ashlee Simpson-Wentz. Nominated for 2 Juno's, "Best New Artist" and "Best Pop Album" (April 2005) On her second album "Sunday Love", Fefe hooked up with the likes of Matthew Wilder (producer of No Doubt's "Tragic Kingdom"), Billy Steinberg and Dallas Austin. She also got together with ex-Marilyn Manson guitarist John5, Cyndi Lauper, ex-Veruca Salt singer Nina Gordon, Rancid's Tim Armstrong, ex-Letters to Cleo singer Kaye Han, Joan Jett, and even Courtney Love, herself, during the early songwriting stages. Friends with fellow Canadian rocker Avril Lavigne. Signed with Island Records with fellow artists Sum 41, Mariah Carey, The Killers, Christina Milian and Daniel Bedingfield, to name a few. Her album "Sunday Love" was originally set for a September 20th, 2005 release, then was pushed to October 25th, 2005. Fefe felt her album wasn't finished yet, so she returned to the recording studio and recorded 5 new tracks for the album that is now set for a June 20th, 2006 release. Performed the Canadian national anthem at The NBA All Star game in Houston, Texas (February 18th, 2006). Since leaving Island Records in June 2006, Fefe has moved away from her album "Sunday Love" due to the fact that her former label owns the rights to the album. Fefe is now recording an entirely new album in her hometown of Toronto with the help of her Candian label Universial Music Canada. She is in talks with an American label to release her new album to the rest of North America and the world. She has been working hard through 2008 in recording her second released album since being dropped by Island Records and not being able to release her follow up album "Sunday Love" since her debut album in 2006. She decided to write and record an entirely new record in Toronto, she is attached to both a Canadian and American label (that has yet to be released). The first single "Set Me Free" which she performed live at Earth Hour concert in Toronto will be released in June 2008 with her new album being released in July 2008.
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