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Deborah Cox

Deborah Cox, born on July 13, 1974, in Toronto, Canada, is a renowned singer, songwriter, and actress. She began her career as a backup vocalist for Celine Dion before launching her own successful solo career in the mid-1990s. Cox’s powerful voice and emotive performances have made her a prominent figure in R&B and pop music.

Her self-titled debut album, released in 1995, featured the hit single “Sentimental.” However, it was her second album, “One Wish” (1998), that brought her widespread acclaim. The album included the chart-topping hit “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here,” which held the record for the longest-running number one single on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at the time.

Throughout her career, Deborah Cox has released several successful albums, including “The Morning After” (2002) and “Destination Moon” (2007), showcasing her versatility across genres from R&B to jazz. She has also made significant contributions to musical theater, starring in productions such as “Aida” and “The Bodyguard,” where she played the lead role of Rachel Marron.

Beyond her musical achievements, Cox is known for her advocacy and philanthropic efforts, particularly in support of LGBTQ+ rights and HIV/AIDS awareness. Her enduring influence in the music industry and commitment to social causes continue to inspire fans worldwide.