Mia Rose

YouTube Star

Mia Rose was born in Wimbledon, England, United Kingdom on January 26th, 1988 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 36, Mia Rose biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 26, 1988
Place of Birth
Wimbledon, England, United Kingdom
36 years old
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Musician, Singer, Singer-songwriter
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Mia Rose Life

Mia Rose (born Maria Antónia Teixeira Rosa; 26 January 1988) is an English-born singer-songwriter of Portuguese descent, notable for her popularity on the video sharing website YouTube.


Mia Rose Career


Mia Rose was born in Wimbledon, London. Rose opened her YouTube account on 29 December 2006 during her Christmas break from university. She posted daily videos singing various cover songs and within a month set a record number of subscriptions for a musician. As of November 2010, she has more than 265,000 YouTube subscribers. In 2008, following her success on YouTube, she appeared at Google Zeitgeist and was a speaker at the SIME Conference in Sweden.

In May 2009, she wrote, recorded and marketed the song "Let Go", selling it on iTunes in Portugal, where it became the best selling download, and got to number 2 on the Portuguese charts.

She and Jordanian musician Hanna Gargour performed the song "Waiting on the World to Change". Queen Rania of Jordan noted this song was an example of how art can promote a reduction of the international cultural divide.

Her second self-released single, the double A-side "What Would Christmas Be Like?" / "Fallin’ For You" was released on 2 December 2009. "What Would Christmas Be Like?" was written by Rose, while "Fallin' For You" is a Colbie Caillat song.

Her videos have been watched over 140 million times on YouTube.

She was featured in Rolling Stone, The Age, and on a BBC Radio 5 Live interview.

In January 2007, Ryan Leslie signed Rose to NextSelection/Universal. A month later she was signed by Tommy Mottola to the Mottola Company for management. While in the US she worked with producers and writers such as Kara DioGuardi. She recorded two singles, "Hold Me Now" and "Hot Boy" for Next Selection but neither track received an official release. With the music industry struggled to cope with the digital revolution, Rose left NextSelection and Mottola and returned to Europe. In 2009, she saw her first single, "Let Go", integrating the soundtrack of the Brazilian soap opera Living Life.

In 2010 she signed a management contract with Australian-based management agency Showcase Of Stars and is still currently represented by them.


Tributes to 'well-loved matriarch', 77, who died in horror bus crash in Manchester city centre which left 11 others injured

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 17, 2023
According to police, a pedestrian who was struck by a bus in a packed city center yesterday died tragically. Almena Amica, 77, was admitted to the hospital with serious injuries, but she died later. The 64-year-old bus driver was arrested on the scene and later arrested on suspicion of causing death by reckless driving before being released on bail. When the single decker bus smashed into a café in Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester's center at about 1 p.m. yesterday, a group of pedestrians and passengers recovered with minor injuries.

As ambulance services rush to the scene despite fears of casualties, a bus bus crashes into a Manchester city centre store

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 16, 2023
Today, a bus crashed into a Manchester city centre store, prompting ambulance personnel to the scene due to injuries. A crowd of people can be seen standing on a pavement with the front end of a single-decker blue bus ploughed into a corner of a newly opened bubble tea shop T4 in Piccadilly Gardens, causing employees to be shaken. Two people were injured outside the store were wounded, according to a BBC report, with photos showing a large police presence and ambulance crews with cordons in place. Firefighters were also on site. Firstly, we want to ensure that all of those involved in the tragedy have a speedy recovery, and we look forward to welcoming them to our store once fully recovered.' Until we are able to get the store back to its feet, the store will remain closed. All employees are fine, but some are worried.'
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