Deborah Iurato is an Italian pop singer and TV personality, born on 21 November 1991 in Ragusa, Sicily. She first came to prominence as the winner of the thirteen season of the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi in May 2014.
Deborah Iurato made her debut in 2014 in the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi, winning the thirteenth edition. In the same period she made her debut with her first EP, also titled Deborah Iurato, which reached the second position in the Italian album charts, as well as being certified platinum by Fimi for over 50,000 copies sold. Releases two singles "Danzeremo a luci spente" and "Anche se fuori è inverno", written by Fiorella Mannoia. The latter reached the first position of the Italian Singles Chart and received the gold certification. During 2014 summer she released the song "Piccole cose" and opens the concerts of Fiorella Mannoia and Alessandra Amoroso.