Christina Milian – or should we say Christine Flores? – rose to fame in 2001 when she released that well known club banger ‘AM To PM’ and went on to star in a bunch of questionable films like Love Don’t Cost A Thing, Bring It On: Fight To The Finish and Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past.
Christina Milian released 3 studio albums, her self titled album in 2001, it’s about time in 2004, and So Amazin’ in 2006.
But since the Noughties ended, she’s totally slipped off our radar.
Milian met actor Nick Cannon on the set of their film, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, in 2003, and they began dating. After being together for two and a half years, Milian ended her relationship with Cannon in 2005 because of his cheating.
She eloped. In September 2009 Christina – like Britney Spears before her – got hitched in Vegas at the Little White Chapel. She tied the knot with record producer and singer-songwriter The-Dream just one month after he got down on one knee. According to the marriage license, they said “I Do” at exactly 12am. She wore a rented dress for $200, including shoes and veil. Unfortunately, the marriage didn’t last and just five months later The-Dream filed for divorce amid rumours he was cheating on Christina with his assistant. Before Christina and The-Dream walked down the aisle, the couple announced they were expecting a baby. Christina gave birth to their daughter Violet Madison in February 2010, just nine days after her husband filed for divorce.
In September 2010, Christina began dating Jas Prince, son of Rap-A-lot Records CEO, James Prince. On September 2, 2013, It was confirmed that Christina and Jas have been engaged since before April. Christina moved out of the couple’s home on June 19, 2014, and the couple announced the following day that their engagement had been called off.
In July 2014, it was rumoured she was dating rapper Lil’ Wayne whom she attended the ESPY Awards with. They later confirmed their relationship in mid-2015 after which they received criticism from their interconnected exes, singer Nivea and songwriter The-Dream. They split at the end of 2015 after collaborating on various singles, videos, and concert dates.