Stacie Orrico visited Lowie’s Hot30 Countdown in Sydney, Australia on October 3rd to promote her new album ‘Beautiful Awakening’. She talked about writing the album, her ex’s reaction to ‘I’m Not Missing You’, why she’d win in a singing contest against Ashlee Simpson, Avril Lavigne and Hanson, and more. 2dayfm.com.au has since removed the audio.
Stacie Orrico visited Kyle and Jackie O on 2Day FM in Sydney, Australia on Wednesday (September 27). Orrico talked about what she’s been up to between albums, her visit to Asia, her brother and his wife due to have a boy, her desire to have kids and adopt, and more. 2dayfm.com.au has since removed the audio.
After being asked for five reasons she was still good, Stacie Orrico e-mailed over the reasons to Popjustice.com, including, “My biggest passion is seeing growth, change, and restoration in the lives of people. I care about that more than I will ever care about singing, although I LOVE music. That passion for humanity will always fuel my desire to work hard and encourage people through music even if the industry gets exhausting, so I think I’ll be around for a while.” Read more.
Stacie Orrico left a phone message for fans on her official web site on Monday (August 14). She talked about releasing her new album ‘Beautiful Awakening’ this month internationally, and in America in January, as well as her promotional schedule. She also thanked fans for their patience.
Audio at streamos.com has since been removed.
Stacie Orrico’s new single is called ‘I’m Not Missing You’ and it will hit radio in June. The song is from Stacie’s upcoming third album, ‘Beautiful Awakening’, which is set to release August 2006. A clip of the song can be heard at myspace.com/stacieorrico.
Yahoo! Music has a clip of Stacie Orrico’s video for her new single ‘I Could Be The One’, which is due for release in the UK on May 31st — but apparently not for America. Watch it below.
Dan Port of the Daily Trogan weighed in on Stacie Orrico’s recent comments criticizing Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera “degrading” women by wearing revealing clothing to sell records. “Britney” explained, “I mean, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to be like Britney Spears. After all, without Britney Spears, there’d be no Mandy Moore, no Jessica Simpson, no Christina Aguilera.” And “Christina” asked, “Name one singer who’s been successful without showing her ass to everyone.”
t.A.T.u., Sugababes, Liberty X, Blue, Mariah Carey, BoA, Stacie Orrico, ‘Pop Idol’ Gareth Gates, ‘Australian Idol’ Guy Sebastian, and Michelle Branch were on hand for the MTV Asia Awards 2004 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Saturday (February 14) in Singapore.
The third annual awards feature a star-studded line-up of Asian and international artists. Winners included Mariah Carey, who took home The Lifetime Achievement Award; t.A.T.u., who took home Favorite Breakthrough Artist; Blue, who was named Favorite Pop Act; Christina Aguilera, who was named Favorite Female Artist; and Gareth Gates, who was named Favorite Male Artist. Michelle Branch hosted the ceremony.
Check out a full list of winners and pictures at MTVAsiaAwards.com. Check out additional photos from WireImage.
The Associated Press reports Stacie Orrico claimed Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera promote “degrading” sexuality that makes them bad role models for young girls. The Christian singer told reporters before her performance at the MTV Asia Awards in Singapore that it worries her to see girls emulating Spears and Aguilera. “The reason that I don’t dress trashy is that I’m trying to set an example for little girls,” Orrico said. “From the time they’re seven or eight years old, (girls) are being taught that the only thing that makes them special and beautiful is their sexuality, and I think that’s wrong.” Orrico also weighed in on Janet Jackson’s breast-baring incident at the Super Bowl, calling the stunt “unnecessary.”
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Stacie Orrico is up for five nominations at the 35th annual Dove Awards, which recognizes achievement in all genres of gospel music. Her nominations include Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year. A complete list of nominees is available at DoveAwards.com. The ceremonies will be held April 28th in Nashville.