Pauline Curuenavuli (born 15 October 1982), better known simply as Paulini, is an Australian R&B and pop singer, songwriter and actress, who rose to prominence as a contestant on the first season of Australian Idol in 2003. She subsequently signed a recording contract with Sony BMG until 2009, when she signed with Independent record label Albert Music.In 2004, Paulini released her debut single "Angel Eyes", which peaked at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart for three consecutive weeks, and was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). The single earned Paulini an ARIA Music Award nomination for 'Highest Selling Single'. Her debut studio album One Determined Heart (2004), debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart, where it remained for two consecutive weeks. The album was also certified platinum by the ARIA. Paulini earned ARIA No. 1 Chart Awards for both "Angel Eyes" and One Determined Heart. In 2006, Paulini released her second studio album, Superwoman, which included the singles "Rough Day" and "So Over You". The album reached number 72 on the ARIA Albums Chart, failing to achieve the commercial success of her debut album. Superwoman earned Paulini two nominations at the 2007 Urban Music Awards for 'Best R&B Album' and 'Best Female Artist'. Also during 2006, Paulini became a member of Australian all-girl pop group Young Divas. The group later disbanded in 2008, with all members resuming their solo careers.In November 2009, Paulini released a charity single titled, "Scarless", to help raise awareness and support for the White Ribbon Campaign. In November 2010, she collaborated with Irish singer Ronan Keating on the single "Believe Again". Paulini also made her acting debut in the television film Sisters of War (2010). Since signing with Albert Music in 2009, Paulini has written songs for several artists in Europe, and has collaborated with songwriters such as Allan Eshuijs. Her single "Fireman" was released in February 2012.