Kelsy Karter Biography – Kelsy Karter Wiki
Kelsy Karter born Kelsey Maree Eckstein, is a Los Angeles-based singer. She was born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, where she first started playing piano around age six. After high school, she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue her career, debuting with the 2012 single The Revolution and 2013 follow-up, Ghost Town.
Kelsy Karter Age
She was born on August 1, 1991 in Auckland, New Zealand. She grew up on the Gold Coast Australia.
Kelsy Karter Family
She was born as the youngest of three children in her family. Her older sister died, and her brother was born with a mental disability.
Kelsy Karter Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m).
Kelsy Karter Ethnicity
She is of German/Norwegian ethnicity.
Kelsy Karter Tattoo – Kelsy Karter Face Tattoo
Karter has had Harry Styles’s face tattooed on her Cheek after previously saying she is desperate to record a song on his next album. Karter’s face tattoo was done by Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Romeo Lacoste.
mama, look what i made me do pic.twitter.com/P5HdUWtQUK
— Kelsy Karter (@KelsyKarter) January 27, 2019
She had hinted on Twitter on January 18, 2019, that she was planning to do something for Harry’s birthday. She wrote: “Finally know what I’m getting Harry for his birthday….”
The singer also tweeted on 2 January 2019: “it’s 2019 and harry Styles is still the best looking human.” In July 2018, asked by i-D that she loves about Harry Styles, she said: “What I love about him from a professional standpoint is that he was the poppiest of pop stars, and then he went off on his own and made a classic rock album. For someone like me who wants to live in that world who hasn’t been in a boy band, he has opened the door for me. He’s introduced the kids to the kind of music I want to make. For that, I’m really grateful. I also just want his career. I feel like I’m a female version. I actually moved to America to act, and music became my main thing. Rock ‘n’ roll is my passion. I really want to work with him. Let’s work, Harry. Where you at? Mark my words: I’m getting a song on his album.”
Kelsy Karter Songs
- Sad Sad Summer
- God Knows I’ve Tried
- Too Many Hearts to Break
- Catch Me If You Can
- Easy Tiger
- Out of Drugs
- Too Late for Us
- Children of My Hometown
- Kiss the Boys
- Crystal Blues
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