Brandy Norwood has always been sweet, smart and singular. Performing since the age of two, she got her first break on the short-lived sitcom, Thea. But it was the release of her self-titled debut album that really set things off in 1994. With hip-hop tinged hits like “I Wanna Be Down” and “Baby,” the album became an instant classic. She went on to star in the UPN sitcom Moesha, which ran for six seasons. “The Boy Is Mine,” her 1998 duet with fellow teen singer Monica, won the young women a Grammy. In 1997, Brandy starred in the ABC television movie Cinderella alongside Whitney Houston. More movies followed, including I Know What You Did Last Summer and Double Platinum co-starring Diana Ross. Her reality TV career began in 2002 with Brandy: Special Delivery, on which she birthed her daughter Sy’rai. After a stint as a judge on America’s Got Talent, Brandy dazzled on Dancing With The Stars and later appeared in Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business. The R&B sensation joined the cast of BET's hit sitcom The Game and released her long-awaited sixth album Two Eleven in 2012.