It was quite a funny sight. She then began studying voice, dance and acting with many of the greats in LA. Singer/Songwriter/Actress/Model/Dancer Camille Abordo, who began singing at the age of 7 stumbled upon what has now become her passion when she performed at her first grade talent show and her teacher Mr. Bradshaw ran up to her on the stage, bowed down to her, and took all the credit for her singing talents.
It was quite a funny sight. She then began studying voice, dance and acting with many of the greats in LA. She has made several television appearances and is seen in several National commercials. In 2006, she began singing the nation anthem for the Los Angeles Angels and has since become a regular there.
In January 2007, Camille auditioned for NBC’s Showtime at the Apollo in Los Angeles and was immediately invited to perform on the show as their “Star of Tomorrow” which aired nationwide in early 2007. Camille also did a commercial for the Gameshow Network and her picture was used as the book cover to the National Vocabulary Championship book online. At the age of 12, Camille recorded her first 3 original self written songs - Bye Bye, Make It Okay, and Not that Kinda Girl. Camille was also on a full page layout on the April 2007 Issue of Inland Empire Magazine.
In 2008, Camille continued with her passion of both writing and singing and recorded her newest songs Lyin' and Freeze-Go and Let it Go. Camille has Recieved HONORABLE MENTION for her song "Bye Bye" in a National Songwriting Competitions. In 2009, she joined the girl group NMD (No More Drama), consisting of members Ariel Moore (former 'The Clique Girlz'), Aliyah Flowers, Kimi Rose, & Alissa Mae Padilla. The group was created by Howie Dorough of The Backstreet Boys.
On September 1st, Camille announced that she had also left the group on her twitter. Just a day after she explained on her myspace blog that is was because of things that made her unhappy behind the scenes, not because of any of the NMD members. She also missed her creative freedom. Read more on Last.fm.
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