Rapidly rising pop star and Broadway actor
Reneé Rapp made her name on Broadway, but she’s always wanted to be a popstar. She’s described watching American Idol as a kid, and having to switch it off because she was sick with jealousy. So whether it’s hitting the studio between auditions or after long days on TV sets, Rapp has been on a single-minded path to make that dream a reality. The songs she writes are starkly honest about mental health, sexuality and heartbreak; delivered with her uniquely powerful voice, they prove she has star power in more ways than one.