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Nicolette Louisa Palikat (born 1 November 1985, in Berrien Springs, Michigan), better known by her stage name, "Nikki", is a Malaysian singer from Tambunan, Sabah, and a finalist in the first season of Malaysian Idol. She is known for her vocal belting and her ability to sing in the whistle register.
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Nicholette "Nikki" Gold is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is usually depicted as a woman in the Earth-691 timeline of the fictional Marvel Universe, genetically engineered to live on the planet Mercury. As such, she has a superhuman ability to withstand heat and ultraviolet radiation, and can see clearly in very bright light. She is bald, although she expels body heat through her head in a low-temperature flame resembling hair in shape. She was the sixth member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and is noted for her acrobatic and sharp-shooting skill.
Nikki was a DC Thomson girls comic which lasted for 237 issues between 2.3.1985 and 2.9.1988. It is most notable for the strip The Comp, which continued in Bunty after Nikki folded.
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Nikki is an American sitcom that aired on The WB from October 9, 2000 to January 27, 2002. Nikki was a starring vehicle for Nikki Cox, who had previously starred in another WB sitcom, Unhappily Ever After, which ran for five seasons. Looking to capitalize on Cox's popularity, Bruce Helford created a sitcom that featured Cox as the title character.
Nikki (or Nikki Lee) is a Japanese-American musician, born in Okinawa, Japan and raised in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Signed to Geffen Records, he released one album, Nikki, in 1989. Three singles were released from the album: "Ooti Ooti" and "Notice Me" in 1990, and "If You Wanna" in 1991. Of the three, only "Notice Me", written by Nikki and Paul David Wilson, was a hit, reaching #21 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, #11 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. and bringing Nikki and Wilson honors from BMI as writer and publisher of one of the most performed songs of the year, 1990.
Nikki is also known as Michael Mozart, and in 2003 he formed the band Oppera with his wife Martika. Changing her sound to that of goth pop, she and Mozart released Oppera’s debut album Violince in 2004, followed by a self-titled album in 2005.
In 2009, Nikki changed his name to Michael Daemon and began producing, directing, writing and starring in the web based TV series J8ded.
Nicole "Nikki" O'Neil is a Mattel fashion doll, marketed as one of Barbie's core friends. Her character debuted in 2005 and is currently among Barbie's core friends along with Midge, Teresa, Raquelle and Summer. Nikki debuted in the Beach Fun Line and later in Fashion Fever Line. Since then, almost every Barbie doll has a "Nikki" version.
With a new addition of friends for Barbie (Teresa is the only remaining character with Ken and Steven) Nikki, along Summer, Raquelle and Blaine, is one of Barbie’s closest friends. She is featured in various Barbie movies and the Life in the Dreamhouse web series. She also appears as "Artsy" in Mattel's Barbie: Fashionistas line of dolls.
She is a counterpart and little sister for Christie.
Nikki is the second studio album by Canadian Singer Nikki Yanofsky, and contained 4 singles. It was released on May 4, 2010.
"Nikki" is a song recorded by American pop punk band Forever the Sickest Kids from their third studio album, J.A.C.K. It was written by Jonathan Cook, Austin Bello, Caleb Turman, Kyle Burns, Mike Green, Patrick Stump, and Neal Avron. Although it was never officially released as a single, it was advertised by the band on their website and Twitter account as the album's third single.
Nikki is a given name. Notable people with the given name include:
- Nikki (singer), Japanese-American singer
- Nikki Hornsby, American singer-songwriter
- Nikki Kerkhof, Dutch singer, and winner of Idols 4
- Nikki McKibbin, American singer who finished third in the 2002 debut season of American Idol
- Nikki Sixx, Mötley Crüe bassist
- Nikki Stringfield, guitarist for The Iron Maidens and Before The Mourning
- Nikki Sudden, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
- Nikki Webster, Australian pop star and model
- Nikki Yanofsky, Canadian jazz-pop singer
In television and film:
- Nikki Bedi, television and radio presenter
- Nikki Blonsky, American actress best known for her role as Tracy Turnblad in the remake of Hairspray
- Nikki Cox, American actress known for her roles in the television series Unhappily Ever After and Las Vegas
- Nikki DeLoach, American actress
- Nikki Glaser, comedian
- Nikki Grahame, contestant on Big Brother 7 in the UK
- Nikki Griffin, American actress
- Nikki Patel, British actress from Coronation Street
- Nikki Reed, American Actress known for portraying Rosalie Hale in The Twilight Saga
- Nikki Sanderson, British actress known for playing Candice Stowe in Coronation Street
- Nikki Schieler Ziering, American model and actress
- Nikki Tilroe, Canadian puppeteer best known for her work as the Mime Lady on Today's Special
In adult entertainment:
- Nikki Benz, Canadian pornographic actress and film director
- Nikki Blond, Hungarian pornographic actress
- Nikki Tyler, American former pornographic actress
- Nikki Dial, American former pornographic actress
- Nikki Thomas, Canadian prostitute
In other fields:
- Nikki Giovanni, American poet and author
- Nikki Haley, governor of South Carolina
- Nikki Craft, American political activist, feminist, artist and writer
- Nikki Franke, American fencer and fencing coach
- Nikki Hemming, CEO of Sharman Networks and President of LEF Interactive
- Nikki Kidd, Scottish field hockey forward
- Nikki Shaw, British bodybuilder
- Nikki Teasley, basketball player for the Washington Mystics in the Women's National Basketball Association
- Nikki Roxx, American female professional wrestler
- Nikki Garrett, Australian professional golfer
- Nikki Bella, American professional wrestler
- Nikki Whitehead, American victim of matricide