Every album in Tina Arena's career has gone Gold, Platinum or Multi-Platinum.
She's won 15 ARIA Awards; made it into the ARIA Hall of Fame and sang The Flame at the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – the highest-rated TV telecast in Australian history.
But Italian-born Arena is more than just a beautiful voice. In fact, her story is a dazzling mix of warming and tragic.
In 1995, the singer-songwriter married her then-manager Ralph Carr. And right from the words 'I do', things were never quite right.
She writes in her autobiography Now I Can Dance that her family encouraged her to be a "runaway bride" on her wedding day. This was after she had a disagreement with her husband, who wasn't happy at her refusal to sell their wedding photos to a magazine.
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They split up after just two years, Arena told Mia Freedman, despite the fact that their divorce wasn't finalised until 1999.
"My first experience [with marriage] was disgraceful," Arena said. "And poorly treated under Australian law, because of what I went through financially... I went back to zero after 25 years of work... I found myself getting lost. I had a very ugly divorce."
And ugly it was. Arena said she was "humiliated" and "bullied" during that time, saying the whole experience was "deeply disturbing".