Jodi Bird

Pop Singer

Jodi Bird was born in Wales on January 12th, 1998 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 26, Jodi Bird biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 12, 1998
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26 years old
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On Britain's Got Talent, a singer who wowed audiences with her performances on "Rain On My Parade" and "Let It Go" where she advanced to the semifinals. She went on to appear in the Making of the Musical Hairspray film later this year.

Before Fame

She grew up in Penarth, Wales, and appeared in musicals like White Christmas and Chitty Bang Bang before being featured on Britain's Got Talent.


She has a 85% deaf right ear.

Family Life

Vanessa is her mother's name.

Associated With

Simon Cowell, who sluggishly criticized her musical choice, initially stopped her performance of "Rain On My Parade." Following her appearance, he apologised and lauded her performance of the song.

airline passengers may soon be reimbursed for flight delays and cancellations in Australia: airline passengers could be reimbursed shortly, May 8, 2023
Three main bodies have all discussed the prospect of a compensation scheme with the government when it considers its aviation white paper. Australia's laws, according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), consumer advocate Choice (ALA), and the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA), Australia's laws are "lagging behind the rest of the world." They refer to the European Union's airline rules, where passengers arriving after a three-hour delay are entitled to between €250 ($405) and €970) per person, as a model for the Australian government to consider.

Through Covid's employee problems, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is on the brink of a $24 million salary day, March 30, 2023
Alan Joyce, the airline's CEO, is set to depart Qantas with millions of shares and deferred compensation from the airline's pandemic period, when the airline lost billions of dollars. Mr Joyce's tenure, which has seen tumultuous outsourcing and layoffs among other cost-cutting initiatives that resulted in a consumer watchdog naming them out as a "Shonky" business, is unlikely to enrage consumers. A watchdog has also looked at Qantas' handling of unused flight credits, which threaten to expire without customers being able to redeem them.

Qantas is furious over Choice's 'Shonky' award and being named the 'Spirit of Disappointment.', November 3, 2022
Qantas has received a 'Shonky' award for being one of Australia's worst businesses, shaming the airline's 'Spirit of Disappointment'. One of five brands selected for an unwanted Shonky Award by Choice, which names and shames major brands for poor service and subpar products. Qantas was awarded after months of cancelled flights, poor customer service, lost luggage, and endless delays.