Kimberly Cole Biography, Age, Husband, Instagram, Album and Songs

Kimberly Cole is an American pop singer, songwriter, music correspondent, and host born on 20 May 1987 in United States. She is also a former champion artistic roller skater.

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Kimberly Cole Biography

Kimberly Cole is an American pop singer, songwriter, music correspondent, and host born on 20 May 1987 in United States. She is also a former champion artistic roller skater.

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She comes from a very academic family, as the daughter of a Dentist and school Principal. She is an alumnus of Fountain Valley High School, and has earned a degree in theater at UCLA.

Kimberly Cole Age

Kimberly was born on 20 May 1987 in Orange County, California, United States. She is 31 years old as of 2018.

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She likes to keep her life private and therefore it is not known if she has a boyfriend, whether she is married or has any children.

Kimberly Cole Career

As a television personality, Cole has interviewed celebrities, bands, and other recording artists for MTV and the American Music Awards.

In 2012, she was ranked #45 on the Celebuzz list of 101 Hot Bodies, as well as declared “Eye Candy” by XXL Mag and “Buzzworthy” by MTV. She has also been featured in MTV Style, Nylon Magazine, and Idolator.

She has written and co-written all of her own material, as well as songs for a variety of other artists, including Inna (“Crazy Sexy Wild”) and Chris Willis (“Faded”), as well as Linnea’s hit “Dance Through Fire” which reached #30 on the Billboard charts.

She released her debut album Bad Girls Club in 2010 promoting Oxygen Network’s The Bad Girls Club show. Her single and video “Smack You,” is a girlfight-themed song about standing up for yourself, which Cole dedicates to “anyone who has ever been a victim of bullying.”

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The song “Smack You” charted at number nineteen of the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart before peaking at number four, spending thirteen weeks on the chart, and as a result the album continued to serve as the soundtrack for Season 6 of The Bad Girls Club. It was also featured in the “Whats Hot” and “New and Noteworthy” sections on the iTunes Store.

Kimberly Cole Songs

  • Smack You : 2010
  • Bad Word : 2010
  • Get Stupid : 2010
  • Cherry Pop : 2010
  • You Got Balls : 2010
  • Wild Side : 2015
  • Pocket Rocket : 2010
  • A Thousand Times : 2010
  • Walk of Shame : 2010
  • Three Way : 2010
  • Psycho : 2010
  • I Love You : 2005

Kimberly Cole Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of about $67 Million which she has earned through singing.

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Kimberly Cole Interview

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There might be some confusion between you and similarly-named actress Kim Coles. Have you ever met her?

Yes! I have! One of my very first performances was kind of silly and random. Someone wanted me to sing at the Improv. In the audience was Kim Coles. She actually came up to me and wanted to take a picture with me because we have the same name. … On WireImage sometimes my pictures will get mixed up with hers. … There’s actually a porn star, too, named Kimberly Cole and I’m like, “No! That’s not me!” I haven’t met her yet.

Did you ever think about changing your name?

You know what? I think I should have because I didn’t really think about it before. I’m the kind of girl that I do music because I love it. I never really said to myself, “Okay, in case I’m famous, how am I going to do this?” But now, I wish I would have. But maybe if I’m über-famous one day, I’ll just chop the Cole, but people already know my last name.

If you did have to pick a stage name, what do you think it would have been?

I don’t know. But when I was little, I’d always change my name to a boy name. I wanted to be different, so I’d say, “Call me Shawn,” or, “Call me Randy.” I’m over that phase now. That was when I was seven and thought that was cool.

When you perform at Revolution, will you be doing anything on wheels since you’re also a champion roller-skater?

I wish! The stage is small so I can’t bring the roller skates, but when I’m performing on a big stage, there will definitely be roller skating extravaganza action.

I’m surprised you haven’t come out here to skate and perform for Down & Derby.

It’d be perfect! We need to set that up. People are so freaked out when I do the first song and I come rolling out. That’d be amazing.

Has the chick that inspired “Smack You” figured out yet that she’s the subject of the song?

You know what? I’m not sure. I think she must have because we kind of run in the same circle, which is kind of crazy. When she finally finds out, either she’s the kind of person where she’s going to be excited that someone wrote a song about her, or we might get in a fight for real. I’m not sure. I think about that sometimes.

Are you friends with the girl who portrays her in the video?

I am. I worked with her before and we were trying to come up with the perfect bitch. At one point, we were going to cast the real girl because she is an actress herself. But then we thought the energy on set would be kind of weird because she definitely has the type of personality that’s loud and obnoxious. We nixed that idea.

Do you have your first full-length album in the works?

I have 10 songs altogether on a new album called The Bad Girls Club, which is the soundtrack for the actual show on Oxygen. It’ll be out December 21 and there’s going to be a lot of promotion around January … and I’m going to be in an episode of the Bad Girls Club. This is my first album, so I’m really excited. I get to say album instead of EP or single, so that’s exciting.