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Andrea Demirović

Andrea Demirović
Andrea (2009)
Background information
Born (1985-06-17) 17 June 1985
Titograd, Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia
Origin Podgorica, Montenegro
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals

Andrea Demirović (Андреа Демировић) (born June 17, 1985, Titograd, Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia), also known as simply Andrea, is a Montenegrin singer and a student of the Cetinje Music Academy - Music Pedagogy.

Her breakthrough came at the Sunčane Skale festival in 2002. She then had considerable successes at regional festivals, including the Serbo-Montenegrin and Montenegrin national finals for selecting the Eurovision Song Contest entry. Her first album, titled "Andrea", was released in 2006, under the City Records label. Her follow-up album is due for release later in 2009, and the first single from the new album is "The Queen of the Night", a cover of Mirela's Misión Eurovisión 2007 song.

On May 23, 2015 Andrea announced the voting results of Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.

Eurovision 2009

On 23 January 2009, it was revealed that Andrea would represent Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, Russia. She was the first female singer to represent the nation at the contest and performed the song Just Get Out of My Life. It was the opening song in the first semi final on May 12, however failed to win a place in the final.

External links

  • The Queen of the NightVideo for
  • Oblak od LjubaviVideo for
  • Nisi ti KrivVideo for
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Stefan Filipović
with Zauvijek volim te
Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Rambo Amadeus
with Euro Neuro

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