Grace Jones was ranked #19 in Channel 5's "World's greatest supermodel".
Grace Jones was signed to Island Records in 1977.
Grace Jones released her debut studio album "Portfolio" in 1977 and released over nine albums until 1989. Most of them are club dance hits.
Grace Jones took a break from her music from 1982 to 1985.
Grace Jones has a vocal range of two-and-a-half octaves and can easily switch modes from contralto to soprano without sacrificing the melody.
Grace Jones's two albums "Black Marilyn"  and "Force of Nature"  were not released into the market.
Grace Jones recorded her latest album "Hurricane" [Wall of Sound] and is due for release in late October of 2008.
Grace Jones has always performed with live lions and leopards during her musical acts.
Grace Jones has become a sort of a cult figure in music world, especially with gay music lovers.
Grace Jones got a nickname 'The Queen of Gay Discos'.
Grace Jones received Grammy and MTV Video nominations for her music in 1984 and 1986.
Grace Jones dated bodybuilder-turned actors Dolph Lundgren of Swedish and Sven-Ole Thorsen of Danish, in the 1980s.
Grace Jones dated French photographer Jean-Paul Goude. They together have a son named Paulo, who is now a member of a French pop group "La Gouache".
Grace Jones married her bodyguard Atila Altaunbay in February of 1996. It is reported that they took divorce.
Grace Jones at fifty eight got engaged to music producer Ivor Mervyn Vigors Guest, 4th Viscount Wimborne in August of 2006.
Grace Jones's current beau Ivor Mervyn Vigors Guest [born 1968] is twenty years her junior.
Grace Jones attended the wedding of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver on Cape Cod with Andy Warhol.