She was later noticed by the head of Department on the selection of artists and repertoire (A&R) recording company, Epic Records, whose friend from Fed Ex overheard her singing in a recording Studio, and then Mandy Moore signed a contract with the Studio.

Mandy Moore’s musical career 1999-2002: early albums In 1999, Moore was involved in a joint tour with the Backstreet Boys group.

Moore said she would return the money to anyone who bought her first two albums, if I could.

Early years Mandy Moore was born in Orlando, Florida in the family of Stacy and Don Moore.

Stacy was a former news reporter, Dong — a pilot of American Airlines.

Fame came to Mandy Moore in the early 2000s, years after the release of albums So Real, I Wanna Be with You, Mandy Moore and Coverage, focused on a teenage audience. ” and “American Dreamz” Moore played the role of “bad girls”, in contrast to the roles in the previous films.

In 2002 Moore began her acting career starring in the title role in the movie “A Walk to Remember”. Currently plays a major role, Rebecca Pearson in the TV series “This Is Us”.

In the review magazine, Entertainment Weekly noted that Moore’s songs, revolving around the theme “still inexperienced love”, performed with “suffocating professionalism”, and ballads in the album “nauseating”.

And although the songs sounded on the radio, and her album So Real went platinum in the US (early 2000) and was sold about 1 million copies, it was not as successful as the same Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson. Movies described as “amazing caller” almost top 40 in the U. Billboard Hot 100, finishing in 41st place and becoming the gold.

All Music Guide called the single, mediocre, and typical, containing lyrics that described love “in the language of sugary pleasure.” In may 2000 Mandy Moore released the album I Wanna Be with You — a reworked version of the debut album.

The album, whose music is created mostly with synthesizers, bass guitars and drums, contained new songs interspersed with tracks and remixes from the album So Real.

Moore has performed live several times, including on the show Teenapalooza Fox Network in 2001.