Growing up in a home filled with the music of the Isley Brothers, Earth, Wind & Fire, Whitney Houston, and Toni Braxton, she caught the entertainment bug early, starting piano lessons when she was five.
Brooke soon added cheerleading, dance, and voice lessons to her résumé, and at the age ten, she decided she was ready (with the help of her parents) to start calling talent agencies.
With an NFL player as a dad and the world’s baddest wrestler as a grandfather, the kid will wreak havoc from Day 1.
As the daughter of professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, pop singer Brooke Hogan was raised by a family accustomed to the type of lifestyle that comes with fame, which helped her easily transition into the celebrity spotlight of her own making as a teenager.
This led to a modeling contract, and by 15, Brooke had further developed her musical skills enough to land opening slots on tours for Hilary Duff and the Backstreet Boys, as well as singing gigs at a Radio Disney holiday event.