Ryan Starr's favorite song is "Faithfully" by Journey.
In late 2004, Ryan Starr bought a home on the Santa Monica coastline with an estimated value of $3.4 million.
In 2007, Ryan Starr appeared in a featured spread in US Weekly.
In 2002, Ryan Starr auditioned for American Idol in Los Angeles, California.
When Ryan Starr auditioned for American Idol, she sang "Lean on Me."
Songs that was performed by Ryan Starr, on American Idol:
June 18 "Frim Fram Sauce"
July 16 "If You Really Love Me" by Stevie Wonder
July 23 "You Really Got Me" by The Kinks
July 30 "Last Dance" by Donna Summers
While in high school, Ryan Starr was prom queen and head cheerleader.
Ryan Starr is of French, Colombian, Peruvian, and Irish decent.
Ryan Starr's debut single "My Religion," which was an iTunes exclusive, peaked at #1 on the US Billboard hot Digital Songs Chart.
Ryan Starr came in seventh place on the first season of American Idol.
Some of Ryan's musical influences are Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, Billy Holiday, and Janis Joplin.
She currently lives in Santa Monica, California. (as of 2006)
She attended Verdugo Hills High School in Tujunga, Los Angeles, California.
She has a dog named Havoc.
She is 5 feet, 9 inches tall.(1.75 m)
Ryan Starr is the only person from American Idol to ever start a fashion line.
Ryan Starr's iTunes exclusive single "My Religion" was hailed as one of the most creative and original new songs to hit iTunes in 2004.
Ryan Starr is the first singer from American Idol to ever tour outside of North America. She will begin her tour in China this September.
She picked the last name Starr because of her star tattoos.
Ryan Starr: If you don't give the best of you everyday, then you deprive the world of you.
Ryan Starr: They call me a tomboy, as if that's a bad thing.
Ryan Starr: I fell in love with the raw emotions rock has to offer. Music is simply my life, I live through it.
Ryan Starr: I did everything. People should really try and be a part of a lot of things. It keeps life fun and keeps you fit, too.
Ryan Starr: Why can't girls rock the stage too?