- Dropped out of the Royal Academy of Music a few weeks prior to taking the final exam.
- Formed a duo called Stocking Tops with future opera singer Joy Dey in the early 1970s.
- Met guitarist Dave Stewart while working as a waitress. His first words to her were, "Will you marry me?"; they subsequently moved in together, but never married.
- Joined Stewart's band Catch, which soon morphed into the Tourists, with whom she released three albums.
- Along with Stewart, parted from the Tourists in 1980 and formed Eurythmics, scoring five Top 20 hits over the next decade, including the No. 1 smash "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)."
- Made her solo debut in 1992 with the multi-platinum Diva, featuring the hits "Walking on Broken Glass" and "Why."
- Ranked No. 93 on Rolling Stone magazine's Top 100 Singers of All Time list.
- Left foot is permanently numb due to a 2008 spinal surgery to repair an impinged nerve.
- Released her first holiday album, Christmas Cornucopia, in 2010.
- 2004, Grammy — Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: Winner
- 2003, Oscar — Best Achievement in Music (Original Song): Winner
- 1995, Grammy — Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: Winner
- 1992, Grammy — Best Music Video - Long Form: Winner
- 1986, Grammy — Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Winner
- 2004, Golden Globe — Best Original Song - Motion Picture: Winner
- Dorothy Lennox — Mother
- Dave Stewart — Ex-significant Other
- Lola Lennox — Daughter
- Uri Fruchtmann — Ex-husband
- Tom Lennox — Father
- Mitch Besser — Husband
- Tali Lennox — Daughter
- Radha Raman — Ex-husband
- Attended Royal Academy of Music, London, England
- Birth Place: Aberdeen, Scotland
- Profession: Singer, Songwriter
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