Australian Idol presenter Ricki-Lee Coulter says she is “very proud of her success” as she prepares to release her first single after three years away from music.
Ricki-Lee Coulter has spoken about her success after starting her Australian Idol career in 2004.
The 37-year-old man said the daily telegraph on Sunday, she is “very proud” of herself after nearly 20 years in the music industry.
“I’m really proud to have sustained a career for almost 20 years and to have had all the crazy, wild, unbelievable success that I’ve had, but I’ve worked hard for it,” she said.
Ricki-Lee went on to talk about her new single On My Own, which is set to drop on March 31.
“Whatever has happened in my life, personally or in my career, the ups and downs, I know I’ll always figure it out,” he explained.
Australian Idol presenter Ricki-Lee Coulter has said she is “very proud of her success” as she prepares to release her first single after three years away from music.
“And when I say this song is about my life and that’s what I mean.”
Ricki-Lee rose to fame after reaching the top 10 on Australian Idol in 2004.
It was ranked seventh and the talented performer has remained a music industry fixture ever since.
This year he co-presented the Channel Seven reboot with Scott Tweedie.
The 37-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday that she is “very proud” of herself after almost 20 years in the music industry.
Ricki-Lee recently revealed why it’s so special to return to Australian Idol, 19 years ago after the show made her famous.
“This show made all my childhood dreams come true,” said Ricki-Lee. 7News.
“When I was a kid, all I wanted was to be on stage and perform for people, to make music that would make people feel something.”
Ricki-Lee also hosted last year’s season of Australia’s Got Talent on Seven, and was there to comfort the contestants backstage.
The Gold Coast native has had four No. 1 hits on the ARIA Dance Chart, ten Top 10 singles on the ARIA Singles Chart, two Top 10 entries on the ARIA Albums Chart and has amassed over 75 million streams.
Ricki-Lee rose to fame after reaching the top 10 on Australian Idol in 2004. She came in seventh place and has remained a music industry fixture ever since.