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The song and video marked a maturation, of sorts, for Mya Harrison.
Compared with her previous image—a wide-eyed, ghetto-cute but somewhat spindling teen—introduced three years earlier on her self-titled debut album, her appearance in the vaudevillian pop confection from Moulin Rouge wasn’t just suggestive, it was downright salacious.“But I’ve been wearing those costumes since I was four years old,” Mya says playfully, dismissing any concern with a little laugh that belies her demure speaking voice.
Career and Struggle Harrison's debut album with Interscope Records got released in April 1998, and sold over 1 million copies in the U.
S producing the gold-certified top ten single "It's All About Me" featuring Sisqo.
“Your dance teachers put you in that kind of attire when you’re younger, because they say it’s Broadway oriented.”Not like that, they don’t.
Mya is sitting in an empty rehearsal studio in midtown Manhattan, and it’s clear that the exposure she received from “Lady Marmalade”—both literally and figuratively—doesn’t faze her.
After she got graduated in age of 16 she started taking classes in University of Maryland, College Park.
Mya has seen the little-girl-becomes-woman angle played before, specifically when she released her last album, (Interscope), in 2000.
Wearing skimpy shorts and cooing evocatively in her videos, Mya seemed to be taking charge of her own sexual awakening. Today, even hidden underneath her rehearsal sweats, she is all woman: it’s evident in her halcyon glow, her disarmingly infectious smile, and the way her clothes hug her tiny, curvy frame.“It’s how you carry yourself,” she says in defense of her on-camera wardrobe, but the statement could refer to her professional game plan as well.
Co-starring with box-office favorites Richard Gere, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Renee Zellweger, Mya plays a seductive murderess named Mona, whose outfit in the notoriously lascivious musical consists mostly of hot pants and strategically placed pasties, à la her “Marmalade” cohort Lil’ Kim.
(“I definitely became a vegetarian when I was shooting,” she jokes.) is sure to receive major buzz from Oscar prognosticators.