Hoku (she dropped her last name after relocating to Los Angeles to record the album) has been singing ever since she can remember, often appearing with her father. She was only 11 when he gave her a solo turn, belting out Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You". The song immediately became a crowd-pleasing show-stopper. She's the only one of Don Ho's offspring to join him in show business. Yet, it wasn't until she had already begun her freshman year in college in San Diego, studying business at Point Loma Nazarene University, that she was finally signed, launching the career she always felt she would have. A devout Christian, she admits "it's not very comfortable for me to be a sex symbol. That's why I enjoy being involved with the younger kids, because they relate to me just being the girl next door".IMDb Mini Biography By: Katie
|Jeremy Clements||(1999 - present)|
Daughter of Don Ho.
Her name means "star" in the Hawaiian language.
Is the seventh of ten children.
Attended La Pietra: Hawaii School for Girls located in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Sister of Don Ho Jr..
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