Her real birth name is "Ciara-Camile Roque Velasco".
Camile attended Saint Anthony Senior High School in Maui till her junior year and earned her GED two years ago.
Camile shares her birthday with Dr.Phil- "Phil McGraw".
Camile has appeared in some of the Philippines' top rating shows such as Wazzup Wazzup and The Buzz.
Camile has collaborated with Apl from the Black Eyed Peas for an upcoming single and Jeru the Damaja from the legendary hip hip group, Gang Starr.
Camile was part of the 48 city American Idol tour.
Camile and Jasmine Trias, who are both Filipino-Americans, are big hits in their home country, the Philippines.
Camile performed songs like "Winter Wonderland", "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", "You Remind Me", "Ex Factor", "Christmas Love", "Sway One Last Cry", and "Until You Come Back To Me" in the Philippines.
Camile was the 4th person to leave American Idol season 3.
Before joining American Idol, Camile worked at her parent's I-Hop restaurant.
Camile is signed with Motown Records.
Camile considers Lauryn Hill her biggest musical influence.
Like her mother, Rennie, and her sister, Tuesday, Camile likes to design clothes.
Camile plays piano, some guitar and writes her songs.
Camile is 5' 2.
Camile has four sisters, Tuesday, Divina, Christina, Isabell, and one brother, J.J.
Camile auditioned for American Idol at the age of 17.
On American Idol, Camile's trademark was a red, yellow and green Rasta wristband, which she always wore on her left wrist as a good luck charm and as a homage to reggae music and her idol Lauryn Hill.
Camile is of Filipino, Spanish, and Irish descent.
Camile moved to Haiku, Maui in 1993.
Camile auditioned for American Idol in Honolulu.
Camile is currently taking classes at the Musician Institute in Hollywood, CA.
Camile's single "Hangin' on" was released on September 2nd 2005.
Camile starred in the broadway version of Footloose in Ohio for 2 months, starting September to November of 2005.
Camile's parents are William Velasco and Rennie Roque West.
Camile's nickname is Koy.
Camile Velasco is collaborating with Pras of the Fugees on one of her songs on her upcoming album.
Camile was voted off of American Idol on April 7, 2004.
Camile sang 'One Last Cry', 'Son of a Preacherman', 'Desperado', 'For Once In My Life', and 'Yellow Brick Road' while on American Idol.
Camile barely made the March 24, 2004 result show of American Idol over Matt Rogers.
Camile: I'll do it baybee.
Camile: You know, I think that overall I learned to be a better listener to develop my listening skills and to be more patient. And to just take negative energy and channel it into positiveness and better yourself.
Camile: (On meeting Elton John) I tried not to, but I couldn't help it. But, he's like a living legend, and you can't believe he's sitting right in front of you, you know? You grow up listening to him, and he's got so many great songs, and all those feelings just piled up on me.