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Nadia Turner (born January 11, 1977) is an American singer, songwriter, actress and radio/television personality, best known as the 8th place finalist on the fourth season of American Idol.

Before Idol[]

Nadia was born and raised in Miami, Florida and started singing at 5 years old. Nadia won her first trophy at age eleven in the Betetees Sorority talent show. She won her first pageant at age fifteen singing in the Miss Martin Luther King, Jr. pageant. She continued to compete in many other talent driven pageants in the U.S. and the Caribbean. She attended art-driven schools in Miami from elementary throughout college at Florida International University.

In 2000, she sang at the 26th G8 summit to President Clinton and seven world leaders in Okinawa, Japan.

After Idol[]

Since exiting American Idol, Nadia Turner has made guest appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Tony Danza Show and served as a guest host on The View in December 2006.

Nadia Turner has performed and hosted many charities such as Big Brothers Big Sisters "Big Event" at the American Airlines Arena, UM Sylvester Cancer Foundation, The Pet Project, and SOS Children Village. She was invited to Kuwait by a bloodline of Kuwait's royal family to perform at a private New Year's Eve party.

Nadia also performed at the 30th Anniversary Gala of FIU Biscayne Bay Campus. She hosted and performed at the Post-Game show at the home opening game of the 2007 season of the Florida Marlins at the Dolphin Stadium, along with fellow Idol contestants Ace Young, Mandisa, Anthony Fedorov, and Jessica Sierra.

Turner's debut album, entitled Standing On Love, is scheduled for an undetermined date, and is currently without a label.

Turner has a lead role in the urban romantic comedy Lord Help Us, which premiered at the Pan African Film & Arts Festival and was released on DVD by Image Entertainment in May 2007.

In 2008, her single "Standing On Love" is part of the Edy's SlowChurned Icecream promotional CD "Hot Tracks" available for free with ice cream purchasing at participating stores. The disc also includes another seven tracks from former Idol performers. It was also released as a single with another song, "Beautiful Man."

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