Guy Theodore Sebastian (born 26 October 1981) is an Australian pop, R&B, and soul singer-songwriter. He was the first winner of Australian Idol in 2003 and was a judge on Australia’s The X Factor between 2010 and 2012. Sebastian has released seven top ten albums, with six reaching the top five, including two which peaked at number one. They have all achieved either platinum or multi-platinum certification. He has also released 11 top ten singles, including six number ones, and three other top 15 singles. Sebastian is the only Australian male artist in Australian chart history to achieve six number one singles, and he is third overall for all Australian acts. Six of his singles gained multi-platinum certification, including the 8× platinum “Battle Scars” and three others certified 4× platinum. One of these, his debut single “Angels Brought Me Here”, was the highest selling song in Australia last decade.With 42 platinum and three gold certifications and combined album and single sales of over 3 million in Australia, he has the highest certifications and sales of any Australian Idol contestant. Reference
Somali Mam, Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt, Annalynne McCord, Guy Sebastian support Somaly Mam Foundation’s Project Futures. Project Futures global is a new platform where volunteers, activists and young professionals can join together in the fight against modern-slavery. Promoter Chris Talbott of the Cause Effect Agency was responsible for the event.
This Friday, January 6th 2014 at 1pm, join Somaly Mam Foundation advisory board member Benjamin Skinner, The New York Times columnistNicholas Kristof, and other leaders in the fight against human trafficking including International Justice Mission, Not For Sale, and UNICEF in a conversation about modern solutions to eradicating slavery. Click here to register: http://bit.ly/19bcKvw
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Somaly Mam was recently interviewed by Telescope Magazine, where she discussed her journey as a victim of human trafficking to advocate in the anti-slavery movement, and the amazing women who continue to inspire her everyday.
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