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She is a student at school.
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Father: her father’s name is Tony Curtis, who was born in New Zealand.
Mother: her mother's name is Michelle Curtis, who is from England.
Siblings: Alexa Curtis has an elder brother, named Aidan.
Husbands and kids: She is not married due to her young age, and she doesn’t have children as of 2017.
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Sexual orientation: Alexa is straight.
There are no records connected to her personal life or previous relationship, so she is probably focused on her career this moment.
✎edit Alexa Curtis Money, Net Worth
Alexa’s net worth remains unknown.
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Place of living: Alexa Curtis lives in Australia.
Cars: As of 2017 she is too young to drive.
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Her favorite color is blue.
Alexa’s music idols are Delta, Beyonce, Ariana Grande and Queen.
Her hobbies are singing and dancing.
Alexa can’t live without her hair brush.
She would love to collaborate with Beyonce.
Homemade chicken curry is her favorite dish.
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When was she offered to participate in Junior Eurovision Contest in 2016, did she even consider ‘No’ as the answer?
She wanted to do it and to have fun, so the answer was instant ‘Yes’.
Doesn’t she also save lives on the beach?
She has this helpful life skill.
What is her song ‘We Are’ about?
Her song has a positive message to everyone. It’s really about people in the world, who should stick together. Everyone is the part of the family, so Alexa wants all the people to be united.
How did she prepare for a such important performance?
Her daily routine didn’t change a lot. Everything was pretty much the same: school, free time with friends, and of course rehearsal. She had to spend some time watching old performances as the part of her preparation, so she could understand what to expect.
How can she describe her experience in ‘The Voice: Kids’?
That show gave her a lot: she learnt how to deliver the song, how to use a stage, but the main thing is how to deal with pressure and nerves.