Lauren Jauregui Biography
Lauren Jauregui born as Lauren Michelle Jauregui Morgado is an American singer and songwriter and a former member of the girl group Fifth Harmony.Lauren Jauregui
She recently released her second album called More Than That on January 11, 2009, and her debut album is due to be released in 2009.
She was voted as the sexiest woman in AfterEllen’s top 100 list of the year at the end of 2016. In May 2017, she was voted by the public as “Celebrity of the Year” at the British LGBT Awards.
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Lauren Jauregui Age
She was born on June 27, 1996, in Miami, Florida, U.S. She is 22 years old.
Lauren Jauregui Family
Michelle was born to Michael Jauregui and Clara Morgado who are both from Cuba. Her parents moved to the United States when Fidel Castro came to power. Her father is a plant manager and her mother is a teacher. She has two siblings called Taylor Nicole Jauregui who was born on January 5, 2001, and Christopher Michael “Chris” Jauregui who was born on April 9, 1999.
She attended co-ed Catholic School from pre-K through sixth grade and then attended Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, an all-girls Catholic college preparatory school in Miami. She participated in the talent show and softball team and throughout her school years, she expressed herself through the arts as she sang, wrote, danced, choreographed, played piano and painted.
Lauren Jauregui Married
She is not married yet instead, she has been in a relationship with Ty Dolla $ign since 2017.
Lauren Jauregui Songs
She has sung several songs;
- 2019: More Than That
- 2018: Expectations
- 2018: All Night
- 2018: Ojos Asi
- 2018: Vida no es la Misma sin fútbol
- 2017: Strangers
- 2017: In Your Phone
- 2017: In Your Phone
- 2016: Back To Me
- 2016: Special Affair
- 2011: Himno del Monterrey
Lauren Jauregui Album
Her debut album is expected to be released in 2019.
Lauren Jauregui Net Worth
She has acquired an estimated net worth of $3 million from her career.
Lauren Jauregui Expectations
This is the solo single-a guitar-driven R&B song that she wrote and was produced by Kid Harpoon. She first performed the song in June 2018 as an opening act for Halsey’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Tour in Latin America.
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Lauren Jauregui Quotes
- “If only our eyes saw souls instead of bodies how different our ideals of beauty would be.”
- “Who you love shouldn’t describe who you are… And who you love is your choice.”
- “Be confident. Be compassionate. Be humble. Be generous. The universe returns to you what you put out.”
- “Express who you are in a world where everyone is the same”
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With her Fifth Harmony Group:
- They released their third album, Worth It, which peaked number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100
- They were honored as Group of The Year at the Billboard Women in Music ceremony.
- Their second album, Work From Home, peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their Work From Home song became the first song from a girl group to reach the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 in eight years.
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Lauren Jauregui On Debut Single ‘Expectations’ & How Ty Dolla $ign Encouraged Her to ‘Purge My Soul’
How would you compare your vision for your solo career now to your vision when you first auditioned for X Factor at 16?
I would not have ever been able to get to the place I did, to become what I am right now, if I hadn’t gone through what I did. It shaped me in so many different ways — from business to emotional to mental. Physically, even, dealing with the physical demands of this industry. The girl I was when I stepped on that stage was young, from a very sheltered, very bubble life and hadn’t really experienced too much of the world yet. She couldn’t have been able to create what I’ve created now, unless she would have gone through some shit.
The growth from 16 to 22 is a lot. And then [being] in the public eye and having to be a grown up and having to be a business woman at that age — and having to think about things that most 16 to 21-year-olds have never begun to think about — was a lot. It was definitely life-changing.
You auditioned with Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Got You,” and you have similar soulful vibes on “Expectations.” Is this the kind of music you thought you’d be making?
It’s coming to fruition more than anything. It surpasses what I could have imagined back then for sure. Music-wise, I’m still influenced by the same people I was listening to then. I actually was listening to way more music back then than I am now. It’s all of the different influences for who I am. That was then, this is now — but all of them were me.
Is there an artist or genre that’s particularly inspired you?
I have so many different influences. I go from soul and R&B to pop to rock. I’m mostly inspired by songwriters. The string that goes through all I listen to is that they’re incredible songwriters, and they’re saying things from their souls. If I’m talking people I’ve been listening to the past year, definitely SZA, Kali Uchis, Kehlani. Very confessional. They’re making such bomb shit right now. Tierra Whack is super cool — very different, avant-garde energy. I love seeing this emergence of truth and authenticity coming from so many girls’ hearts. That’s really inspiring me a lot.
You’ve said that you were really self-conscious about your songwriting at first, but mentioned that songwriter Khaled Rohaim of Twice As Nice Productions helped you turn a corner with your confidence. What else helped you?
[Khaled] was definitely one of the turning points. He was one of the first people to really tell me, “You can do that. Get out of your head and stop trying to be perfect.”
My boyfriend, Ty, is also super supportive. Watching him work also is incredibly inspiring to me, [especially] seeing the way he makes tracks come to life with his musical brain. I’m more of a lyricist — when I listen to a song, the first thing that I listen to is the lyrics. When he listens to the song, the first thing he listens to is the beat. We taught each other stuff about how to get better at what we do. He was a huge part of it, too.
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