Tamara Jaber Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Career, Dancing with the Stars, Scarlett Belle

Who is Tamara Jaber? – Biography

Tamara Jaber is an Australian singer who became well known in the early 2000s after winning the popular TV competition Pop Stars. She belonged to the pop band Scandal’us. Jaber joined King Kyle Records following the dissolution of Scandal’us in 2002, and the two solo songs “Ooh Ahh” and “Hard for Me” were produced by them.

How old is Tamara Jaber? – Age

She was born on 13 August 1982 in Paddington, Australia. She is 40 years as of 2022.

Where did Tamara Jaber go to school? – Education

She later applied to and was accepted into the Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, where she pursued a dance and acting education. At the age of fourteen, Jaber competed for Australia and took first place in the American Song and Dance Championships. Additionally, she was given financial support to attend the Australian Institute of Music for years 11 and 12, where she earned a Diploma in Music while still finishing her HSC.

Tamara Jaber Family

Jaber was born in Lebanon to a Lebanese father and a New Zealand mother. When she was three years old, she started dancing and singing. At the age of eight, Jaber started taking formal tap, jazz, and ballet lessons.

Tamara Jaber’s Husband

On 28 September 2008, Jaber wed Kyle Sandilands, a radio presenter who had been his lover. On July 12, 2010, the couple, who had been married for two years, publicly announced their separation.

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Tamara Jaber’s Salary

She receives a believed salary of $1 Million a year.

Tamara Jaber’s Net Worth

Her net worth is believed to be $5 Million.

Tamara Jaber Career

As a member of the Scandal’us pop group, which also featured Anna Belperio, Jason Bird, Simon Ditcham, and Daniela Scala, Jaber started her musical career. The group earned a record deal with Festival Mushroom Records after winning Popstars Australia’s second season in 2001. Their first single, “Me, Myself & I,” debuted at number one and held that position for three weeks on the ARIA Singles Chart.

The song was given double platinum status by the Australian Recording Industry Association for sales of more than 140,000 copies. It was also recognized as the Highest Selling Single at the 2001 ARIA Music Awards. On the ARIA Albums Chart, Scandal’us’ debut album, Startin’ Somethin’, debuted at number two. The second and last single for the group, “Make Me Crazy,” peaked at number 30 on the ARIA Singles Chart. The group’s second and final single, “Make Me Crazy,” toped to number 30 on the ARIA Singles Chart. In 1997, Scandal’us was founded, and it was broken apart in 2002.

Jaber joined King Kyle Records, the musical label established by her ex-boyfriend and radio DJ Kyle Sandilands, after Scandal’us split up. In 2004, she appeared on Kacey Baker’s song “Ice Ice Baby.” The following year, Jaber released her debut solo single, “Ooh Ahh,” which peaked at number 13 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Sandilands received criticism for dishonestly promoting the song on Today Network radio stations, including 2Day FM, in a program on Today Tonight. “Hard for Me,” Jaber’s second single, was made public and peaked at number 23 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

Following the breakup of Scarlett Belle, Jaber moved to Los Angeles to concentrate on her solo career. Her first extended play (EP), Felt, Not Heard, was released by the US independent label Cleopatra Records on 12 November 2012. She wrote the EP after splitting from Sandilands.

Tamara Jaber Dancing with the Stars

Jaber was selected to compete in the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars in 2010 alongside other famous people. She danced with Carmello Pizzino on the program. With the exception of week four, Jaber topped the standings the entire season, taking home the weekly high score award. The Cha-Cha-Cha was performed in Week 1, the Tango in Week 2, the Paso Doble in Week 3, the Samba in Week 5, the Aussie Smooth in Week 6, the Jive in Week 7, the Salsa in Week 8, and the Segue in Week 9, along with the Swing Dance Off, which included the four surviving stars. The top Rumba and Cha-Cha-Cha ratings in week 10 went to Jaber. Jaber finished second to Rob Palmer in the grand finale on 29 August 2010.

Tamara Jaber Scarlett Belle

Reigan Derry, Hayley Aitken, and Jaber formed the Australian girl group Scarlett Belle in 2007. Later that year, Def Jam Recordings in the US offered the band a record deal. Ne-Yo, Snoop Dogg, JR Rotem, Nate Dogg, StarGate, together with Australian producers Rudy Sandapa and Israel Cruz who have bases in Los Angeles and Sydney, started work on Scarlett Belle’s debut album. In 2008, Scarlett Belle’s contract with Def Jam Recordings was terminated, and Aitken also left, leaving Jaber and Derry as a duo.

Later, they signed with Sony Music Australia. In June 2010, they released “Closure,” their debut single, which peaked at number 38 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Cruz’s “Freak Tonight,” Belle’s second single, was released in August 2010 as a cover. The song, which also includes guest vocals from rapper Miracle and Cruz, peaked at number 29 on the ARIA Singles Chart. They released “Lover Boy,” their third and last song, in November 2010, but it did not do well on the charts. After Scarlett Belle broke up in May 2011, Jaber said in an interview with Australia’s OK! magazine that she would be pursuing a solo career in the United States and the Middle East.

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