Jordan Pruitt

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Singer Jordan Pruitt arrives at an event in Hollywood on September 26, 2009. Credit: Jordan Strauss, WireImage



Famous for: Singing


Birthdate: May 19, 1991

Tennessee teen Jordan Pruitt has become a go-to theme song girl for Disney. Her first hit single, the sweet ballad "Outside Looking In," was a soundtrack standout in the 2006 Disney Channel feature, "Read It and Weep," starring Kay and Danielle Panabaker. Most recently, her "Take to the Sky" was used as the theme song for the direct-to-DVD sequel, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure.

Pruitt's first album, "No Ordinary Girl," was commercially successful, thanks in good part to the strength of "Outside Looking In," but her second CD, "Permission to Fly," was by all accounts a flop. She hopes to make up for it with her third album, in the works in late 2009, which will have the added benefit of some Jonas Brothers songwriting on it.
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