Shakira’s full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, and she is from Colombia. Her first four albums were not in English. She entered the English industry in 2001 with her album ‘Laundry Service‘.
When she was small, her father lost all they had, and she became sad for him. That’s when her father decided to tell her about the story of the lives of the street children. Then, she started believing that one must be happy in what they’ve got. Even her name is near Arabic, which means ‘thankful‘.
There is also a fun story about her childhood. Her teacher had rejected her and didn’t allow her to participate in a singing competition saying she sounded like a goat.
Shakira Body Measurements:
Shakira Height in centimeter (cm) – 157 cm (barefoot without heels)
Shakira Height in Inch -61.8 inch
Shakira Height in feet – 5.15 foot, 5 feet 1.5 inches
Height in Meters – 1.57 m
Height (with Heels/Shoes) – 5’3″ – 5’5″ inch
Shakira Figure Size – 32 (bust/breast size) -24 (waist) -37 (hips/butt)
Shakira Weight in 2020 – 54 kg or 119 pounds
Shakira Bra Size – 32B
Shakira Affairs & Boyfriends – Gerard Pique. Antonio De la Rua
Shakira Birthday Date – 2nd February 1977
Shakira Age in 2020 – 43 years
Eye Color – Dark Brown
Shakira Shoe Size – 7 No. (US)
Above are the most likely measurements of Shakira.
Interesting Facts about Shakira –
Her name is taken from the Arabic word for ‘thankful‘.
She recorded her first album at the age of 13.
She knows several languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, and also some Italian, French, and Catalan.
She got married to Barcelona defender Gerard Pique and they both share the same birthday.
Her song Waka Waka is the biggest selling world cup song of all time.
She received a star on Hollywood walk of fame in 2011.
She was called to the white house and is appointed as a member of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.
She was also appointed as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador on 24 October 2003.
She started Pies Descalzos Foundation, which helps to educate displaced and underprivileged children in Colombia