Susanne Georgi

Danish singer

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Susanne Georgi
Birth nameSusanne Georgi Nielsen
Born (1976-07-27) 27 July 1976 (age 45)
Sjølund, Kolding Municipality, Denmark
GenresPop, Dance
Occupation(s)Singer, television host
Years active1995–present
Associated actsMe & My

Susanne Georgi Nielsen (born 27 July 1976 in Sjølund), commonly known as Susanne Georgi, is a Danish-Andorran singer who lives and works in Andorra and represented the country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009.

Career

Georgi started her career along with her sister in the duo Me & My, the group had a couple of hits around Europe. They also participated in the Danish pre-selection for Eurovision Song Contest 2007 together, in the end landing a 6th place in the national final. She has stated on her official MySpace that she is currently recording her fourth album.

Georgi is the owner of the biggest singing academy in Andorra; Stars Academy. She also runs a management and recording studio to help new talents on the way.

Eurovision 2009

Susanne represented Andorra in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009[1] in Moscow, Russia with the song "La teva decisió (Get a Life)". The results of the national final in Andorra showed that she had received 47% of the jury vote and 66% of the public televote. The song however failed to make it to the final of Eurovision the same year, losing out in the first semi-final. It was not the first time Susanne has made an appearance in Eurovision, at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 she presented the Danish televoting results at the Final in Helsinki. She has been working extensively since to bring Andorra back to the contest since her appearance in the contest.

Personal life

Georgi got married on 10 September 2011. Susanne and Xavier Puigcercos has two daughters, Molly Puigcercos Georgi (2010) and Shelly Puigcercos Georgi (2012). In 2019, Molly was a contestant of the Spanish version of The Voice Kids broadcast on Antena 3.

Susanne arrived in Andorra in 1995 and has since lived there, she can speak some Catalan.[2]

References

  1. ^ Barclay, Simon. Eurovision Song Contest – The Complete & Independent Guide 2010. Simon Barclay. pp. 140–. ISBN 978-1-4457-8415-1. Retrieved July 4, 2011.
  2. ^ http://www.eurovisionandorra.ad/ang/news/n2.htm Archived December 23, 2008, at the Wayback Machine

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by Andorra in the Eurovision Song Contest
2009
Succeeded by
Withdrawn
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