January 20, 1984 (39)
Bonnie McKee is a singer, songwriter, and pop sensation who has made a name for herself in the music industry with her infectious tunes and powerhouse vocals. McKee’s early work included songwriting for other artists, penning hits for stars like Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Taio Cruz, Adam Lambert, and Kesha. She quickly gained a reputation as a talented songwriter with a gift for creating catchy hooks and memorable melodies.
As a performer, McKee has also found success with her own music, releasing multiple albums and EPs over the years. Her singles, such as “American Girl,” “Bombastic,” and “I Want It All,” have received critical acclaim and have topped the charts in several countries.