Anne-Marie’s rise to stardom has been nothing short of meteoric. A former 3 x world karate champion and West End child star turned multi-platinum-selling artist, Anne-Marie has gone onto become one of the world’s most-loved and successful pop stars of recent time. Following a string of chart-busting singles over her career to date – from her Ed Sheeran co-write and UK Top 3 2002 to 2021's garage-infused juggernaut Don’t Play – Anne-Marie is an artist who wins on her playful commentary, idiosyncratic storytelling, magnetic vocals and infectious personality, what her fans learned clearly from her 2018 debut album, Speak Your Mind (that years’ biggest-selling debut release in the UK and an album that’s now sold over four million copies, globally). Making her prime time debut as a new judge on talent show The Voice in 2021 (which she won), That year she also released her second full-length album, Therapy. A title that holds an extremely important message to the Mind Charity ambassador, Anne-Marie has continually campaigned for the conversation surrounding mental health, be that on her own platforms, her recent YouTube documentary titled How to be Anne-Marie or fronting ITV’s Britain Get Talking campaign in 2021. Over her career to date, Anne-Marie has become a BRITs Critics Choice finalist; Nordoff Robbins ‘Best Newcomer’ winner; 9 x BRIT Award nominee; an official ambassador of The Princes Trust and more.