(born 12 August 1986), better known as simply Chiara, is an Italian singer.She rose to fame in 2012, after winning the sixth season of the Italian talent show X Factor.
In November of the same year, Galiazzo featured on Mika's single "Stardust", which became a number-one hit in Italy.
She performed two times at the Sanremo Music Festival in 2013, and in 2015.
In 2011, Galiazzo also auditioned for the fifth series of the Italian version of X Factor, but she was eliminated during the pre-selections, before she had the opportunity to perform in front of the four judges.
It was later revealed that her category, soloists aged 25 and over, would be mentored by singer-songwriter Morgan.
After singing Florence and the Machine's "Shake It Out", she was chosen by Morgan as one of the three finalists of his category.
On 13 December 2012, Fabio Fazio announced that Chiara Galiazzo was chosen as one of the contestants of the 63rd Sanremo Music Festival, competing in the "Big Artists" section with the songs "L'esperienza dell'amore" and "Il futuro che sarà", "Il futuro che sarà" was released to Italian radio stations on 13 February 2013 as the lead single from Chiara's debut album, Un posto nel mondo, also including "Due respiri" and "L'esperienza dell'amore".Starting from April 2013, Chiara appeared in several TV spots for Telecom Italia, as part of the campaign "Comunicare è condividere", while in September of the same year she was chosen as one of the ambassadors for the Expo 2015.The song was later revealed to be a duet version of Mika's "Stardust", which was included on his compilation album Songbook Vol.1 and released as a single to Italian radio stations on 7 Novembre 2013 and as a digital download on 12 November 2013.A new edition of the album, titled Un giorno di sole straordinario, was released on 12 February 2015.The new version includes the track "Straordinario", selected to compete in the Sanremo Music Festival 2015.