Jessica Anne Newham is professionally known as Betty Who is a famous singer and songwriter from Australia. Her cover song of “I Love You Always Forever” reached the top ten in Australia and reached the top of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. Her debut single Somebody Loves You was released in 2012 followed by her first extended play The Movement in 2013. She later released her debut studio album Take Me When You Go (2014) signing a contract with RCA Records.
Jessica Anne Newham is 28, born on 5 October 1991 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She began her training as a cellist at the age of 4 and attended Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan. She wrote her first songs at age 14 and began her performances as a singer-songwriter two years later. She attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, with singer-songwriter Charlie Puth. Her debut single “Somebody Loves You” as Betty Who garnered immediate praise, spreading quickly online and being featured by other well-known outlets including Socialite Life and Popservations.
Her debut EP, The Movement, was released in 2013 which was a huge hit online helping lead to a large amount of major label interest. One week before its official release date it premiered on Billboard on 9 April 2013. Her song “Somebody Loves You” peaked to number one position on Billboard’s Dance/Club Play Songs chart. Her second EP, Slow Dancing also made it to number one on the iTunes pop music charts.
The first single from that EP, titled “Heartbreak Dream” was used over the end credits of the 2015 film Pitch Perfect 2. She looks up to Katy Perry, Robyn, and Miley Cyrus as her idol. She made her television debut performing for “Somebody Loves You” on Watch What Happens: Live. She began dating Jon Cassar in 2014 and announced their engagement in 2017.
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