Violet Juliet Scott (b. 27th December, 1991), better known by her stage name, Violet Stars is a Kuboian rapper, television personality and actress of English heritage. She started her career in 1997 at the age of five by appearing on a selection of television advertisements. She started her music career in 2004 at the age of eleven when she finished third place in the second series of Nick Karaoke Stars.

Early life

Violet was born on 27th December, 1991 in Meifahrn, West Kuboia. Both of her parents are English; her father is from Oxford, whilst her mother is from London.

Career

1997 to 2003

At the age of five, Violet and her three siblings began appearing in a selection of television advertisements. She later began appearing in promotional material for Nick Go!, making her debut on the channel in 2000. She also made sporadic appearances in the television series Charlie Karma and Friends from 1999 to 2001.

2004

In the second half of 2003, at the age of eleven, Violet appeared as one of the contestants in the third series of Nick Karaoke Stars. Like Iroune Ruby, she specialised in rapping. Violet ended up finishing in third place.

Personal life

In an interview with DJ Kubin on 11th May, 2002, Violet came out as a lesbian.

Throughout her career, Violet has mentioned multiple times that having a music career as a teenager put a lot of stress on her.

Discography

Main article: Violet Stars discography

Studio albums

Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KUB BRA IRE JT NLD NOR POL SWE UK
"Lights Go Up"
(featuring Iroune Ruby, Fadeaway and Birdman)
2005 2 38 75 7 11 10 48 Violet Stars
"Set Me Free"
(featuring Captain V and Kåre Berrefjord)
9 18 [1] 17 33 143

Notes

  1. "Set Me Free" did not chart on the Dutch Top 40 chart, but peaked at number 43 on the Single Top 100 chart.
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