Name: Tabitha Nauser
Date of birth: 23 February 1992
Industry: Entertainment and fashion
How she got started: Nauser started singing at a very young age, which prompted her parents to enrol her in talent competitions from the age of nine. Her entry into Singapore's entertainment industry started after she entered Singapore Idol, a national talent show, at the age of 16. She was the first runner up for Season 3. From there she ventured into TV, theatre and radio. She is now completing the circle, and is back to concentrating on music full-time.
Notable achievements: Nauser was appointed to represent Asia to sing the official theme song of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games alongside international pop artist Sean Kingston, reaching an international audience of 1.2 billion people. In 2015, she was yet again chosen to be the singer of the official Team Singapore song, Unbreakable, for the Sea Games 2015. She was the first Singaporean female artist to be featured on MTV Asia's The MTV Show. She has also performed at Mosaic Music Festival 2013, Shine Festival 2016 and a slew of other televised TV shows and charity shows. During her time on radio, she hosted Singapore's first ever hip hop-only radio show on 987fm.
Something you might not have known about her: She studied Mandarin throughout her primary and secondary school education.
A quote to sum it all up: "Hard work always pays off."