Christina Milian | Talks New Music, Jet Smarter, & More!

Milian is formally known for her role as the social media correspondent for the hit NBC show
“The Voice”, was most recently on ABC’s smash “Dancing with the Stars”. Milian also starred
alongside John Stamos on FOX’s “Grandfathered” and premiered season two of her hit E! Network’s docu-series “Christina Milian Turned Up”.

Christina has an extensive acting resume, recently adding “Dora and Friends: Into the City” as the voice of the mermaid ‘la Sirena Mala’. In addition, catch her on Hulu’s season three of “East Los High”. You may also recognize her for her roles in feature film “Baggage Claim”, the television movie “Christmas Cupid”, CBS shows “A Gifted Man” and “CSI” and recurs as the voice of Esther on “Family Guy.” Milian also starred in the last installment of the popular “Bring It On” franchise in “Bring It On: Fight to the Finish.”

Prior to that, Milian’s feature-film credits include “Pulse” opposite Kristen Bell, “Be Cool,” alongside John Travolta, Uma Thurman and Vince Vaughn, “Man of the House” with Tommy Lee Jones, “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” a remake of the classic comedy “Can’t Buy Me Love,” and the action-thriller “Torque,” opposite Ice Cube and Jay Hernandez.

Born in New Jersey and raised in Waldorf, Maryland, Milian – who is of Cuban descent – knew show business was for her immediately. At a young age, Milian became a junior journalist on the Disney Channel’s “Movie Surfers.” Before igniting her musical journey, she appeared as a guest on several TV shows, such as “Clueless,” “Sister, Sister,” “Smart Guy,” “Charmed,” “The Steve Harvey Show” and as a recurring character on “Get Real.”

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