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|Birth date:||December 25, 1971|
|Birth place:||Kensington, London,|
|Profession:||Singer, songwriter, musician|
|Education:||Rowland Constantine O'Malley Armstrong (Rollo), Thornhill Primary School in Islington, Dallington School, City of London Girls', Westminster School, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, University of London|
|Spouse:||Rohan Gavin (m. 2010-)|
|Parents:||Clare (née Collins), William O'Malley Armstrong|
|Siblings:||Rowland Constantine O'Malley Armstrong (Rollo)|
|Awards:||Denver Film Critics Society Award (2010), Brit Awards, MTV Europe Music Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards, ASCAP Awards UK Award, World Music Awards, NRJ Awards, Golden Raspberry Awards|
|Record labels:||RCA Records, Cheeky, Arista, Sony Music, Legacy|
|Nominations:||Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2001), Grammy Awards, Las Vegas/Houston Film Critics Society Awards (2010), Academy Awards, Satellite Awards (2010),|
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