Normani Kordei’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Normani Kordei Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Biography

Normani Kordei has a medium shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Normani Kordei’s body measurements, and more!

Normani was born born May 31, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2012, Kordei auditioned on reality TV competition The X Factor and although she didn’t make the cut as a solo artist, she was given an opportunity to perform as a part of a newly formed girl group. Fifth Harmony was born. This made Normani rich and famous. In 2017, she’s competing on Dancing With the Stars. She was paired with Valentin Chmerkovskiy. Kordei has also a very charitable soul and helped several non-profit organizations in the past, including Girl Scouts of America.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size: 8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 36-25-37 inches (91-64-94 cm)
Shoe size (US):8
Bra size: 34D
Cup size (US):D
Height: 5’ 4” (163 cm)
Weight: 128 pounds (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

“My mom is my hero, and I wouldn’t be the woman I am today without her.” (Normani Kordei)

Normani Kordei

“Cancer has touched my life and the lives of those I love, and now I’m ready to help all that I can in the fight.” (Normani Kordei)

Normani Kordei

“Society tends to pin women against each other, but we need to treat each other with kindness and compliment one another instead. Because women’s voices are the strongest when they’re together.” (Normani Kordei)

Normani Kordei

“When I get on stage, Beyonce is my alter ego. The way that she’s Beyonce in real life and then Sasha Fierce on stage, I’m Normani in real life, and then I pretend to be Beyonce on stage. I just love that she’s constantly reinventing herself but stays true to who she is as a person – and she wears so many hats in her life.” (Normani Kordei)

Normani Kordei

“People think that celebrities are this untouchable thing, and they forget that we’re people with emotions and feelings. They don’t realize that it affects us when they comment on pictures on Instagram or Twitter, saying mean things, just as it would affect anybody.” (Normani Kordei)

Normani Kordei

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