Kate's album You've Always Got The Blues went platinum in 1987.
Kate's husband, Lee Rogers, has directed several of her music videos, including I Won't Let You Down.
Kate performed on stage with John Farnham for his 50th birthday concert.
Kate is daughter of karate champion Tino Ceberano.
In 1992, Kate toured Australia in the theatre production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Jesus Christ Superstar. She played the role of Mary Magdalene.
Kate is good friends with radio host Fifi Box.
Kate has appeared in the following movies: Molokai: The Story of Father Damien (2002), Dust Off The Wings (1996), Garbo (1990), Arguing the Toss of a Cat (1989).
In 1987, Kate released her first solo album, Kate Ceberano and Her Septet.
When Kate was 15 years of age, she performed as the lead singer of the band, I'm Talking.
In 1993, Kate hosted the caberet-show, Kate Ceberano And Friends. The show was unsuccessful and was axed less than a year later.
Kate is good friends with Australian fashion designer, Graham Green.
Kate's husband, film-maker Lee Rogers, has directed 5 of her music videos.
Kate married Lee Rogers on February 5th, 1996. They share one daughter together - Gypsy, born on 6 January 6th, 2004.
In 2007, Kate won the sixth series of Dancing With The Stars, after beating Fifi Box in the season finale.
Kate has been good friends with Hollywood actress Catherine Bell for over 6 years.
Kate can speak French.
Kate plays the piano and the drums.
Kate played the lead role in the "Guys and Dolls" musical.
In the 1990/91 MO Awards, Kate won Jazz Performer of the Year, Female Rock Performer and Contemporary Concert Performer of the Year.
In the 1992 Coca Cola Australia Music Awards, Kate won the most Popular Female Performer award.
In the 1992,1993,1994 Peoples Choice Awards, Kate won the Favourite Female Singer award.
In the 1985/1986 Countdown Awards, Kate won Best Female Artist.
In the 1988/89 ARIA Awards, Kate won Best Female Artist. (Kate has been nominated 7 times; a record equaled only by Kylie Minogue)
Kate won the 1999 "Outstanding Achievement in the Arts in Asia" Business Asia Award.
In 2002, Kate performed the Australian National Anthem at AFL Grand Final.
Kate is the sister of Phil Ceberano.
Kate: (on making it to the final of "Dancing With The Stars") The whole series has been great, with some real drama, but I never thought I'd get this far.