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Special Guest Trenyce my industry mate is on!!!!

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The Chillie Mo Show

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"I will see you amongst the stars" Jennifer Holiday, diva of stage and music told Trenyce after winning the NAACP Act-So Music Contemporary Award...ever since then the vocalist has been driven to become one of the most successful all-around entertainers in Hollywood.A gifted singer since the age of 2yrs old, she continued to write songs, form groups and sing in every school function possible. Her big break came when she auditioned for AMERICAN IDOL season 2 along with 100,000 other hopefuls and voted 5th in the country.Shortly after Idol, Trenyce was introduced to acting by playing the lead in the E Lynn Harris book turned stage play, "Not A Day Goes By" starring Emmy Award winning actress, Jackee Harry.Trenyce went on to star in productions with the likes of Boris Kodjoe, Sherman Hemsley, Ginuwine,Phyllis Yvonne Stickney, Vanessa Williams, Iyanla Vanzant, Terri J Vaughn, Tatyana Ali, Syleena Johnson, and Angie Stone and continued to add more stage productions to her ever growing resume such as Dreamgirls and The Vagina Monologues.She was reintroduced to TV as Portia, the wanna-be stylist in David E. Talbert's stage-play, "Love in the Nick of Tyme" with screen-star, Morris Chestnut, R&B crooner, Avant, and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Ellia English, which became a BET sensation.The following year, she and her co-stars, which included fellow American Idol, Ruben Studdard, were nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Musical Album for the Broadway 30th Year revival of AINT MISBEHAVIN.Currently she is the lead female singer in the Musical Concert dedicated to Michael Jackson called "Thriller Live" on London's West End and tour version in Europe.She has made a notch in the entertainment world one step at a time, priding herself on not being typecast or one-dimensional.