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Beth (musician)

Beth
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Background information
Birth name Elisabeth Rodergas Cols
Also known as Beth
Born (1981-12-23) 23 December 1981 (age 32)
Súria, Catalonia, Spain
Occupations Singer, actress
Years active 2003–present
Website [1]

Elisabeth Rodergas Cols, better known as Beth, (born 23 December 1981 in Súria) is a popular singer in Spain. In 2003, she competed in the musical talent show Operación Triunfo. She finished third, but in a separate vote was selected by the audience to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003.[1] She finished eighth at Eurovision with the song Dime (Tell Me), that was a number one hit in Spain and that edition of the contest was the most watched TV program in Spain in 2003. She was referred by British commentator Terry Wogan as Kylie Minogue in dreadlocks, which was played on by many British tabloids.

Discography

Album information
Otra Realidad
  • Released: 23 April 2003 (SPN)
  • Peak Positions: #1 (SPN)
  • AFYVE Certification: 200.000 units (2xPlatinum)
  • Official Singles:
    • 2003 "Dime" (Eurosong 2003, #8) — #1 (SPN)
    • 2003 "Parando El Tiempo" — #3 (SPN)
    • 2004 "Otra Realidad" — #4 (SPN)
    • 2004 "Estás" — #7 (SPN)
Palau De La Música Catalana
  • Released: 20 April 2004 (SPN)
  • Peak positions: #4 (SPN)
  • AFYVE certification: 50.000 (Gold)
  • Official single:
    • 2004 "La Luz (Live)" — #2 (SPN)
My Own Way Home
  • Released: 9 October 2006 (SPN)
  • Re-released:
  • Peak positions: #57
  • AFYVE certification:
  • Official singles:
    • 2006 "Rain On Me"
    • 2007 "All These Things"
Segueix-me el fil[2]
  • Released: 18 May 2010 (SPN)
  • Re-released:
  • Peak positions: #37
  • Official singles:
    • 2010 "Tots els botons"
    • 2010 "Terra trencada"

References

External links

  • Official Site (Spanish) (Catalan) (English)
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Rosa
with "Europe's Living a Celebration"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
2003
Succeeded by
Ramón
with "Para llenarme de ti"
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