The first song she ever got up on stage and sang was "Jesus Loves Me". She says she was shy when she was younger, but now the stage feels like home.
She wishes she could've met Elvis Presley. She also has never been to Graceland before and would love to go.
Jordan knew she wanted to be a singer and performer after she auditioned for a fifth grade play.
Jordan thinks that the main thing that keeps her grounded is the support of everyone that she is surrounded by.
Songs she has recorded for Disney Mania:
'When She Loved Me' from Toy Story 2 featured on "Disney Mania: Volume 5".
'Ever, Ever After' from Enchanted featured on "Disney Mania: Volume 6".
She sang "Outside Looking In" at the White House's Easter Egg Roll.
She attended the Chevy Rocks The Future event.
She has light brown hair and brown eyes.
Her height is 5'1".
She was signed on the spot after her producer, Keith Thomas, heard her Demo CD.
Jordan's father was a worship & song leader at their family church.
Her management comes from Levosia Entertainment.
Some fans think she looks like Emily Osment and Celine Dion.
Her song "Outside Looking In" is featured on Girl Next, and her song "Teenager" was on Girl Next: Volume 2.
Jordan attended the "First Ever Nashville Weekend Slumber Party" on September 15th, 2006.
Her nickname is Jordy.
She and her best friend have the same first name.
Jordan's song "My Reality" was featured on The Hills episode 'Big Girls Don't Cry'.
She admitted she was addicted to spray tanning.
She has covered the song 'Freckles' by Natasha Bedingfield.
Jordan's celebrity crush is Zac Efron.
Jordan says she likes guys who are athletic but not too into sports.
Jordan's favorite music artists are Natasha Bedingfield, Kelly Clarkson, JoJo and Imogen Heap.
Jordan is an honors student in school as she receives straight A's. As of 2006, she started home schooling due to her busy career.
Jordan has performed as an opening act for both The Cheetah Girls' The Party's Just Begun Tour and the High School Musical: The Concert tour.
Jordan has stated that the most useful career advice she has ever received was that there is always room for improvement.
Jordan has stated that she is not really into the "party scene" and she would much rather spend her time elsewhere.
Jordan likes to spend her free time fishing, shopping, getting manicures and writing music.
Jordan has stated that her pet peeves are dishonest people and the sound of chalk screeching on the blackboard.
Jordan's favorite animals are flamingos and kittens, her favorite genre of movies is romantic comedies, and her favorite color is pink.
Jordan started writing music while in the 6th grade.
The first single released from her debut album was titled "Teenager". She wrote it in sixth grade.
Jordan's album "No Ordinary Girl" debuted at #64 on the Billboard 200 after having sold 14, 000 units during it's opening week. In its second week of release it slipped to #134 on the chart while only selling 7, 887 units.
Album: No Ordinary Girl
Release Date: February 6, 2007
Label: Hollywood Records
"No Ordinary Girl"
"Outside Looking In"
"We Are Family"
"Waiting For You"
"Jump to the Rhythm"
"Who Likes Who"
"When I Pretend"
Jordan started singing when she was 4 years old and has wanted to be a singer ever since.
Jordan is a songwriter and co-wrote most of the songs on her album, "No Ordinary Girl". She actually wrote 12 out of the 14 songs.
Jordan has 1 dog and 7 cats.
Jordan, along with sister act Aly and A.J., attended Disney's Youth Marketing Conference.
Jordan performs "Santa Don't Stop" on Disney's Totally Awsome Christmas – Vol. 1 album.
Jordan was signed to Hollywood Records in 2005, a label known for hosting stars affiliated with Disney.
At a very young age, Jordan performed in front of crowds at places like Centennial Olympic Park and Six Flags over Georgia.
Jordan recorded a cover of Sister Sledge's classic song "We Are Family" which appeared in the film Air Buddies.
Jordan recorded "Jump to the Rhythm" for the soundtrack of Disney Channel's Original Movie , Jump In! which was released in January of 2007.
Jordan recorded the song "Outside Looking In" for the soundtrack of Disney Channel's Original Movie Read It and Weep.
Jordan: I'm just taking things day by day now, focusing on what's important and surrounding myself with this amazing team of people who make sure I've got a good head on my shoulders no matter what happens
Jordan: My parents have done a wonderful job raising me and with everything I do, I want to honor them and of course, God. I also want to keep making music with Keith, who is such an amazing and talented person. He's the most genuine person I know, and comes up with the sickest melodies! I think we'll be making records forever.
Jordan: Probably my favorite of part of everything that's happened...probably recording the album because you learn so much as recording. You learn who you're working with and you find out so much information about the people you're working with. You can get that close bonds. I'm going to be a little bit co-producing maybe on my third album. So that should be interesting. I'm going to playing piano on the second one, even though I don't know how to play, but I'm going to learn!
Jordan (on if the writing process of a CD is important to her): Oh, definitely! I think it's very important to bring the writing, the writing part of it into an album because I think it makes it more real as to when people just sing songs to they don't even know what they're singing about. It makes the artist more real just like Natasha Bedingfield. She writes all of her own stuff and you get to know the person through their lyrics.
Jordan (on what makes her "No Ordinary Girl"): I think the positive message of the album kind of makes the ordinary girl the title because throughout the whole album it tells stories about what I've experienced and what I've been through and still experiencing. I think it's a good message to all girls my age to try to strive to be the no ordinary girl because it's important to keep your morals and your values when you're growing up.
Jordan (on advice she wants to give to fans): I'd probably say when the going gets tough, never give up.
Jordan (on if she wants to be an actress): Umm, I don't know. Uh, if the opportunity comes up, I just might. But, I really just want to be known as more of a singer and a songwriter.
Jordan(on her favorite parts of the 'High School Musical' tour): I would probably say, I love the end part because cause there's confetti and uh, confetti and fire works. And umm, my other favorite part would probably Ashley [Tisdale] and Lucas [Grabeel] singing "Bop to the Top".
Jordan: Definitely, I would love, umm, I want to be a role model for these girls and boys and umm, yeah.
Jordan: Oh it's, you know, it's an amazing experience and uh the Cheetah Girls was just so much fun, everybody was really nice, and this tour is amazing.
Jordan (on when she heard 'Outside Looking In' on the radio for the first time): It was really, really crazy. Yeah, I obviously screamed and blew some peoples ear drums out. No, I'm just kidding. It was really, really exciting definitely.
Jordan: I picked that title because I think it has a lot of meaning umm, when peop- girls listen to this song they can strive to be a No Ordinary Girl. And some of my favorite songs would probably, probably be Waiting For You, Miss Popularity and No Ordinary Girl.
Jordan: I wrote "Outside Looking In" while in middle school, its about the pressures we all sort of face.
Jordan: (about opening for a concert) It's like the most sugar rush ever!
Jordan: (on her favorite track from her album 'No Ordinary Girl') "Waiting for You", definitely. It just hits me. It's such a great song. It's a love song and I think everybody in the whole wide world will relate to it.
Jordan: (on how she balances her life with her career) I've got amazing people around me. People always tell me to keep my head on straight. Well, I have my family to help me do that. With my music, I'm not saying I'm going to change the world, but I do want to make it a better place.