Ciara Princess Harris was born on October 25, 1985, in Austin, Texas.
She grew up in various places as an army brat, including Germany, New York, Utah, California, Arizona, and Nevada.
Ciara joined the girl group Hearsay after moving to Atlanta, Georgia.
She later signed a publishing deal and secured a record deal with LaFace Records.
Her debut studio album, "Goodies," released in 2004, became a huge success with hit singles like "Goodies," "1, 2 Step," and "Oh."
Ciara is not only a singer but also a talented dancer.
She has blended various music genres like R&B, pop, hip hop, and crunk in her songs.
Ciara has received several awards throughout her career, including Grammy Awards and Billboard Music Awards.
In 2009, Ciara became the face of Dosomething.org's "Do Something 101" campaign, raising school supplies for those in need.
Ciara dislikes being called the "Queen of Crunk-N-B" and prefers to be recognized as an R&B/pop artist.
She is a sports enthusiast and falls asleep to ESPN every night.
Ciara has a fear of horses, stemming from a past horseback-riding experience.
Ciara's talent and contributions to the music industry have been widely recognized.
She continues to inspire and entertain audiences with her music, dance, and positive presence.