|Birth name||Daphne Allison Aguilera|
|Also known as||Cristina's Cousin|
|Born||March 14th, 1990|
|Origin||New York City, New York|
|Genre(s)||Pop, Dance, Rock, Electronic, Hip-Hop, R&B|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, Songwriter, Model, Dancer|
|Years active||2006 - present|
|Label(s)|| Dolores Hamilton Records (2006) |
|Associated acts||Paris Zanderlight, Jessica, Natalya Banhart|
Daphne Allison Aguilera (Born March 14th, 1990) is a pop/dance singer/songwriter from New York City, New York. She debuted onto the music scene with her Debut Naughty Baby Did A No-No and has since become one of the most successful pop acts in the music industry today.
Daphne is the proud daughter of Janet and Mike Aguilera. Janet is the older sister of Cristina's mother Erin. After being born, Daphne's parents were vicious stage parents, forcing Daphne to sing up to 4 hours a day under harsh conditions. They had dreams of Daphne becoming a star and would stop at nothing to have this dream realized. At the age of 7 months, Daphne was already appearing in commercials and modeling for baby clothes. As she grew older, the treatment that she got from her parents grew harsher. They forced her to live in a basement to prep her for world domination, making her watch MTV 8 hours a day, undergo physical reconstruction, as well as follow a strict diet regimen provided by the family's nutrition expert. All of this took a toll on Daphne, making her unable to bear child, which both Janet and Mike conspired to have her do for a publicity stunt when Christina was entering the foray of music. Once Daphne became a lethal force in the industry, she cut ties with her parents, effectively becoming a free girl at age 16. As of now, her parents have moved on to other things. Her father Mike is currently institutionalized at a mental asylum and mother Janet is a prostitute on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Daphne has no siblings, although considers Christina to be her sister. A rumor surfaced in late 2008 that Daphne indeed has another cousin named Frutina Aguilera, but these rumors we're quickly denied by Daphne's camp.
Daphne began her music career in mid-2006, shortly after her 16th birthday. With blessings from her cousin Christina Aguilera, Daphne recorded some demo tracks in Los Angeles, California, 3 of which were included on her album Spank For The Mammaries.
After recording the demos, Daphne went in search for record labels to sign with. After being turned down from RCA Records, Christina's current label, Daphne quit searching and went into a deep state of depression for 3 days. After receiving some counseling, she set out again in search for a record company to release her material on. She decided to post a racy ad on the internet and was shortly contacted by Dolores Hamilton Records to sign with their company. A one-album deal was quickly struck between the two and Daphne released her debut, Naughty Baby Did A No-No to the masses. The single was considered a flop with a dismal 53,000 copies sold. Daphne yet again retreated into herself, cutting off contact with the world. Delores Hamilton, along with a few of her artists nurtured Daphne out of the shadows and convinced her to release a 2nd single. The song Don't Hate Me Because I'm Beautiful (Bitch) was thus born. The title for the song came from DH herself, after hearing Daphne use the phrase while lashing out at her Undercover Haters. This single did a bit better, selling around 130,000+ copies and gave her her 1st chart position on the U.S. Singles chart. She soon released her debut album and thus the Daphne brand was born. 2 more singles was released from the album, which sold more than her previous singles. Daphne paired up with music veteran Zulema to go on tour with her in the U.S. and UK. The tour 2 Hot Girls On A Hot Summer Night World Tour was a huge success, becoming Daphne's 1st sold-out tour. Each girls performed a short setlist as well as sung 2 songs together.
The Diamond EraEdit
Shortly after releasing her debut album, Daphne quickly began working on her 2nd album Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend. She wanted to depart from her teen pop image and go with a more racy, mature theme for the record. Delores Hamilton wasn't very happy with the change so soon and wanted Daphne to milk the hell out of her teen crowd, but Daphne insisted on the change of image. Their differences soon escalated and thus Daphne decided she couldn't take Delores's controlling ways anymore as they reminded her of her parents. Daphne decided to leave DH Records and start her own label.
In Septmeber of 2006, Daphne decided to break ties with DH Records and set out to start her own label. With the help of June Mushroom, she began Skank-A-Licious Records. The label was founded upon the promise that it would give all its artists equal attention and do what it took to make them a success. Soon after SAL Records was formed, artists of all kinds flocked over to join its roster, including Jack Tripper's Wardrobe, The Kid, Paris Zanderlight, Jessica, and Lizzie Crunch. Skank-A-Licious records is also most know for its highly successful compilations Skanky Love! Vol.1 & Skanky Love! Vol.2. The albums featured songs from all of the SAL artist roster and has generated tons of revenue for the label. As time progressed, Skank-A-Licous records lost contacted with its artists and Daphne soon decided that the label will be exclusive for her only and that no other artists will be signed at this time. As of September, 2008 the ban still remains.
June Rose Portabello Mushroom was Daphne's publicist for a brief period in 2006. She handled much of Daphne's public affairs as well as provided much needed friendship for Daphne. While she was excellent at her job, June proved to be problematic for Miss. Aguilera.
June was secretly harboring sexual feeling for Daphne and in September of '06, those feels erupted. Daphne started receiving unmarked notes from Mushroom claiming that they were meant for each other. Daphne wasn't aware these notes were from Mushroom at the time, but thought they were from an obsessed fan she had an encounter with earlier in July. Aguilera sent her body guards to "Deal" with him. A short while later, the man was in a coma. Days later the letters started to pour in and Daphne soon learned that the letters were from Mushroom herself. Days after Daphne discovered June was behind the letters, Mushroom decided she had to kill Daphne. June setup a hit at Madison Square Gardens in New York where Daphne was to be during that time, but instead Paris Zanderlight was killed. June was seen fleeing from the scene and was shortly arrested after. She has been sentenced to life in prison without parole and is current serving out her sentence at a maximum security prison in California.
SurgeryEditAfter receiving comments about her image and how she wasn't "Top quality material", Daphne decided to go under the knife and get a Full-Body Makeover, which included altering Daphne's entire body structure, head to toe. Daphne was of course strongly against this, however a few people in her inner-circle convinced her it was best for her career. Daphne enlisted the help of Dr. Konckemup, a top plastic surgeon, to do the procedure. Daphne spent a total of 33 hours in the operation room over a span of 5 days. The Operation is reported to have cost Daphne over $50,000,000, which was paid off from various sources, including donations from fans, her cousin Christina, and funds from her label as well as from fellow artists.
After maintaining her new appearance for roughly 2 years, Daphne decided to go under the knife once again to do yet another full-body makeover too look Asian. The model for which she wanted to look was based on J-Pop star NaNa Ammuro. She was quoted saying she got bored and tired of her new look and wanted a change. After doing a 2nd full-body procedure, She received negative feedback from all angles, including loyal fans, who were very upset at her new appearance. In responce to this, Daphne decided to go back to her original appearance before the 2nd surgery. The stress to her body during these surgeries was minimal due to improvements in the science of how the operation is performed. She was able to return to full capacity with 2 days after both operations.
- Currently living in: New York City , New York
- Favourite color: Pink
- Hobbies: Dancing, Singing, Writing Hit Songs, sex
- Marital status: Fuckable
- Likes: Music, Sex, um Sex, MTV, Jerry Springer
- Dislikes: Christina Aguilera (my cousin), Fur, Brad Pitt Movies
- Message to fans: Lyke i'm gonna be the best pop star in the world!
- Message to haters: Bitter Queens! Get over yourself. I'm sexy.
- Five adjectives that best describe you: Hot, Sexy, Slutty, Talented, Fierce
- Goal in life: To have a #1 Single and #1 Album, Kill Christina
|Release||Title||Peak Position(s)||Overall Sales|
|June 10th, 2006||Spank For The Mammaries||-||440||-||-||-||-||-||DNC||356,412|
|August 27th, 2006||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend||-||37||-||-||-||-||-||1000||475,445|
|October 25th, 2006||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Special Edition)||204||60||-||-||-||-||-||848||999,591|
|December 25th, 2006||U.S.D.A. = United States of Daphne Aguilera||34||26||-||-||-||333||-||576||1,448,560|
|February 14th, 2007||Ultimate Daphne||8||21||282||212||264||28||-||183||2,785,318|
|April 8th, 2007||A Dramatic Life||14||16||64||33||48||9||90||33||3,798,899|
|May 4th, 2007||Daphne, Remixed||38||45||55||46||88||40||103||33||3,319,725|
|July 26th, 2007||My Image Unlimited||26||25||34||82||29||21||59||36||3,763,792|
|August 4th, 2008||State of Mind||24||26||23||169||55||131||143||72||2,902,344|
|October 3rd, 2008||The Comeback||5||6||14||83||15||38||51||22||3,402,983|
- DNC (Did Not Chart)
|Release||Title||Artists||Album||Peak Position(s)||Overall Sales|
|Californian Devilstream||Nova Logic Feat. Daphne Aguilera||Californian Devilstream||193||208||153||580||170||487||186||195||1,342,546|
|June 15th, 2006||A Little Lie Never Hurt||The Burners Feat. Daphne Aguilera||Secrets (From The Sea)||286||158||35||218||433||218||255||183||1,158,111|
|November 17th, 2006||Love is a Gangsta||Fleur Bunter Feat. Daphne Aguilera||Spillin' Da Beats||-||8||9||139||-||-||-||629||728,572|
|Release||Title||Album||Peak Position(s)||Overall Sales|
|June 3rd, 2006||Naughty Baby Did A No-No||Spank For The Mammaries||-||DNC||-||-||-||-||-||DNC||53,576|
|June 20th, 2006||Don't Hate Me Because I'm Beautiful (Bitch)||Spank For The Mammaries||-||621||-||-||-||-||-||DNC||131,319|
|July 15th, 2006||Woah! Stop Fighting Over Me!||Spank For The Mammaries||-||134||-||-||-||-||-||DNC||190,916|
|July 26th, 2006||Can't Speak (Can't Hear You)||Spank For The Mammaries||540||165||-||-||-||-||-||DNC||304,117|
|August 23rd, 2006||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Song)||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend||541||94||541||560||538||573||663||463||843,189|
|August 30th, 2006||Hot Shots||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Special Edition)||528||154||833||655||580||596||580||501||865,504|
|October 26th, 2006||'Holla N' Ya Ear (Feat. Fat Joe)||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Special Edition)||270||84||781||690||557||526||540||419||900,220|
|November 7th, 2006||S.E.X. A.N.D. F.*.C.K. (Not The Same)||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Special Edition)||125||112||758||602||563||478||522||395||988,301|
|December 1st, 2006||Throwback||U.S.D.A. = United States of Daphne Aguilera||168||105||663||564||511||458||477||342||1,011,262|
|December 29th, 2006||Promise||U.S.D.A. = United States of Daphne Aguilera||138||135||648||572||508||321||459||350||888,116|
|January 12th, 2007||Beware of The Dog||U.S.D.A. = United States of Daphne Aguilera||105||87||703||468||532||146||484||329||1,008,679|
|January 23th, 2007||Go!||U.S.D.A. = United States of Daphne Aguilera||118||58||502||391||481||188||459||260||1,100,844|
|February 10th, 2007||Malibu, Home of The Fierce (Feat. Christina Aguilera)||Ultimate Daphne||67||108||497||413||373||135||406||258||1,231,936|
|March 1st, 2007||Naughty Baby Did A No-No (Re-Release)||Ultimate Daphne||60||63||271||147||356||103||374||176||1,310,514|
|March 22nd, 2007||Dignity (Feat. Zulema)||A Dramatic Life||38||37||155||117||148||59||265||106||1,397,859|
|March 30th, 2007||With Love||A Dramatic Life||40||54||136||138||109||74||214||102||1,550,831|
|April 14th, 2007||Play With Fire||A Dramatic Life||30||47||57||66||80||35||101||57||1,541,912|
|May 1st, 2007||A Dramatic Live||A Dramatic Life||65||78||100||75||117||47||105||74||1,547,306|
|May 11th, 2007||Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)||A Dramatic Life||40||38||67||134||51||140||143||45||1,531,157|
|July 24th, 2007||Let Your Head Go||My Image Unlimited||74||57||69||247||65||145||75||94||1,446,284|
|August 13th, 2007||Be With You||My Image Unlimited||42||47||40||78||57||53||71||59||1,645,940|
|August 23rd, 2007||Generate The Flow||My Image Unlimited||51||70||71||31||41||42||56||47||1,603,537|
|July 30th, 2008||Desire||State of Mind||176||162||184||320||296||262||254||215||1,121,192|
|August 7th, 2008||&||State of Mind||72||76||78||185||149||170||168||121||1,211,965|
|August 24th, 2008||I Go Crazy||State of Mind||36||33||41||128||60||96||106||61||1,348,460|
|October 1st, 2008||Let My Hair Down||The Comeback||31||43||38||110||44||63||96||46||1,393,264|
|October 20th, 2008||Lipstick||The Comeback||35||44||49||101||38||59||79||51||1,467,391|
|November 4th, 2008||Not Such An Innocent Girl||The Comeback||26||30||32||61||50||44||46||41||TBA|
|November 4th, 2008||Official||The Comeback||22||9||7||44||31||30||41||23||
|September 8th, 2009||Flashback||Non-Album Single||119||54||44||DNC||DNC||DNC||DNC||161||549,765|
- 2 Hot Girls On A Hot Summer Night World Tour
- The SEX Tour
- Daphne's Club Tour (Europe only)
- UNITE! Live '08