Alongside her music career, Higgins pursues interests in animal rights and the environment, endeavouring to make her tours carbon neutral.In 2010 she made her acting debut in the feature film Bran Nue Dae and also performed on its soundtrack.He said it was important to have something to fall back on.I was about to enrol at university when I got signed to a record company so that changed that plan.
Something tells me that these two are fully aware of the rumours on the net about the two of them. Does anyone know what other chicks she's has dated aside from Emma? I would love to but it's smack bang in the middle of my exams. Chris Higgins says, "She had a gay relationship for a year but looks back on that as a phase in her life. She has always said it is not the gender of the person you are with but the type of person they are. She was misunderstood."For the record, Higgins is now in a relationship with a man, a musician and filmmaker whom she met while making her new record, The Ol' Razzle Dazzle (out on June 1), in Nashville. When she was with a girl, she wouldn't say anything about her relationship. She is sending out the message that gay relationships are shameful.
He is a very sporty person – one of those guys who can't go on a beach holiday and lie around the pool. My parents used to take us camping as kids and I remember getting bogged in our four-wheel-drive in the outback. I have a brother, David, who is seven years older than me.
He works in IT and does music part-time but when I was growing up, he was a musician in several jazz bands. He started songwriting long before I did and he's the one who encouraged me to get into it in the first place. Dad always wanted me to go to university and get an arts degree.
She learned to play classical piano from age six, following in the footsteps of Christopher and David, but realised she wanted to be a singer at about 12 when she appeared in an Armadale Primary School production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Hoping for more freedom, she urged her parents to send her to Geelong Grammar School, an independent boarding school attended by her siblings.