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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 19 October 1963Seattle, Washington, USA
Birth NameSinitta Renet Malone

Mini Bio (1)

Sinitta was born on October 19, 1963 in Seattle, Washington, USA as Sinitta Renet Malone. She was previously married to Andy Willner.

Spouse (1)

Andy Willner (April 2002 - 2010) (divorced) (2 children)

Trivia (9)

Daughter of actress and disco diva Miquel Brown.
She is also a singer and had four British Top 10 hits between 1986 and 1989 with "So Macho", "Toy Boy", "Cross My Broken Heart" and "Right Back Where We Started From"
In November 2005, she announced that a woman named Kerry West was to be a surrogate mother for her baby with her husband, Andy Willner. She made the announcement on the British television programme This Morning (1988). However, at eight weeks into the surrogacy, West suffered a miscarriage. She had been carrying twins. In 2008, Sinitta and Willner adopted two children - Zac and Magdalena. In July 2009, it was announced that after Willner had moved to Hong Kong in 2008, the couple intended to divorce.
Was once in a relationship with singer David Essex.
Was in a relationship with Brad Pitt for two years during the 1980s.
Former fiancée of Simon Cowell.
Niece of singer Amii Stewart.
Has 2 adopted children: daughter Magdalena and son Zac.
The first singer Simon Cowell signed up.

Personal Quotes (1)

I think I was too wild for him! I was really young and at the peak of my career and I didn't want to sit and be romantic and eat dinner at home. He was a lot more chilled and I think he was a bit taken aback by the things that I was doing. Like if I was hungry, I would open a bottle of champagne from my fridge because I certainly wasn't going to cook. I think he looked after me more than I looked after him. But I didn't want to be looked after too much. I didn't want another mother. -- Interview about her affair with actor Brad Pitt

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