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There are at least four different artists that go by the name of Camilla: 1). Camilla is a melodic indie rock band from the United States 2). Camilla is an English singer and actress known for participating in the BBC reality television series Fame Academy. 3). Camilla is a Korean pop singer. 4) Camilla is a Danish punk/noise collective based in Copenhagen 1). Camilla, formed in late 2003 by Ethan Fixell and Evan Grove, is an indie rock band which dabbles in electronica. Camilla's first full length CD, Of Bees and Flies, was recorded in the homes of duel vocalist/guitarists Ethan Fixell and Evan Grove, and mastered at Studio Crash in Philadelphia, PA in the summer of 2004. In 2005, Camilla added three new members to round out its live performance and to thicken its sound. The band briefly toured under the name The Anthem Sound ( In 2009, Camilla prepares to release its 2nd full length studio release. 2). Camilla (born Camilla Marie Beeput on 9 September 1983) is an English singer and actress who briefly worked with Dipset to try to launch a music career. Born in Westminster and raised in Brent, North London, Camilla became known for participating in the first season of the BBC reality television series Fame Academy in 2002. She started work on her debut solo album 'Rise of the Phoenix' which was eventually dropped and not released. "Don't Hold Back", which features rapper Erick Sermon of the group EPMD, was released as the album's first single on 28 August 2006. Juelz Santana from the US multi platinum rap group Dipset, who also featured on Chris Brown's 'Run It', describes Camilla as 'the best thing to come out of the UK for years. She's hot and her music's hard.' She has had more success in theatre and musicals performing in the West End on shows such as Bad Girls: The Musical, West Side Story and Daddy Cool - a musical based on the music of Boney M. 3). Camilla is also a Korean pop singer. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.