Singer/songwriter, television and radio presenter
Ricki-Lee Coulter is one of Australia's most popular musicians, television and radio presenters.
Since first coming to the country's attention in 2004 as a finalist in Australian Idol, Ricki-Lee has gone on to achieve much greater success. Her first single 'Hell No' became a gold-selling single, followed soon after by her second gold-selling single 'Sunshine'. Her self-titled album 'Ricki-Lee' was also certified gold. Ricki-Lee has since won numerous awards both as a solo singer and also as a member of the all-girl group 'Young Divas' which achieved a string of hit singles and a best-selling album.
Ricki-Lee Coulter is talented, wholesome and dynamic and a live performance favourite. She has performed in front of millions of viewers all over the country.
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Ricki-Lee Coulter's performances have included Australian Idol Grand Final at the Sydney Opera House, ARIA Awards, Nickelodeon Awards, Carols in the Domain and Carols by Candlelight as well as special guest anthem performances at events such as Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercars, Australian Open, AFL Grand Final and Oaks Day.
In 2008, Ricki-Lee Coulter became a resident presenter on Australian Idol alongside Andrew G and co-hosted the show for seasons 6 and 7. She was nominated for the 'Most Popular New Talent' Logie Award as a result. She has also co-hosted various other nationally aired programs such as Network 7's The Morning Show, Foxtel's live coverage of the 2010 Mardi Gras Parade, Channel [V]'s Music Lab and Sarvo on the Nickelodeon Channel.
Ricki-Lee's 3rd album 'Brand New Day' featured her number #1 platinum-selling single 'Can't Touch It'. Written by Ricki-Lee, this single was the featured track on 'Sex & the City 2', bringing the song into millions of homes all around the globe. It was also featured on television promos for the US TV series Lipstick Jungle and Australia's Dancing with the Stars. Various other songs have been used in UK and European advertising campaigns.
Over the years Ricki-Lee has appeared on many popular Australian programs including It Takes Two, Friday Night Games, Rove, Sunrise, Today, 20 to 1, Celebrity Circus, Getaway, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader, Hey Hey it's Saturday, 7PM Project and Good News Week.
In 2010, Ricki-Lee was co-host of Nova 96.9's morning program Merrick, Dools & Ricki-Lee where she interviewed some of the world's biggest stars including Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Slash, Kylie Minogue, Katy Perry, Taylor Lautner & Kristen Stewart, Will Ferrell, Scissor Sisters, Kim Kardashian, Usher, Craig David & Jermaine Jackson.