MeKaDo (a name formed by combining the three vocalists' first names - Melanie Bender, Kati Karney and Dorkas Kiefer) represented Germany in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest with the up-tempo "Wir geben 'ne Party", translated into English as "We're Givin' A Party", as against the more idiomatic "We're Having a Party".
Monica Anghel & Marcel Pavel are Romanian singers. Together they represented Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2002 with the song "Tell Me Why". The song came 9th with 71 points, which was Romania's best result until then.
Turkish singer Buket Bengisu was born in Istanbul in 1978. She comes from a musical family and therefore entered the world of music at a very young age. As a child she studied guitar, piano and followed singing lessons. After she got her degree at the national School of Music in 2000 she started studying drama, musical and theatre.
Manuel Ortega (born April 8, 1980) is an Austrian singer born in Steyregg. When he was ten years old, he began his career as a singer. He sang with the Florianer Sängerknaben in one of the oldest choirs from Austria.
Sestre are a Slovenian drag act that represented Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2002. Tomaž (Marlenna), Damjan (Emperatrizz) and Srečko (Daphne) had been performing together since 2000 under the name Suspender Sisters with a classic drag queen show program.
Nuša Derenda is a Slovenian singer. She was born Anuška Žnideršič on March 30, 1969, in Brežice. Derenda represented Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2001 in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she took 7th place.
Nathalie Sorce is a Belgian singer from Mornimont. A relative secretly registered her for the talent competition "Pour la gloire", where she won the category of female soloists with her rendering of the gospel "Amazing grace". She then recorded her first album with the title "Wonderful grace" and then became one of the artists in the Belgian ESC selection.
Jessica Garlick (born 1981) is a British singer from Kidwelly, Wales. Garlick made her first steps into showbusiness when she was 16. At that age she won the Welsh final of the TV talent show Star For A Night. The same year she also featured in Michael Barrymore's My Kind of Music.
Marie N is stage name used by singer Marija Naumova outside of her native country Latvia. She became famous in Europe when she won national competition for Eurovision international song contest with her song I Wanna, which she co-write with Marats Samauskis. Her next single after her success was I Feel Good!
Sandrine François is a French singer, born December 1980 in Paris. Whitney Houston, Tracy Chapman and Aretha Franklin were her early inspirations. She was discovered singing in a pub and invited to sing on the television show of Mireille Dumas. This appearance led to a record contract, and to her working with producer-writer-arranger Erick Benzi (Jean-Jacques Goldman, Céline Dion).
Angelica Agurbash (or Anzhelika Agurbash, Russian: Анжелика Агурбаш, Belarusian: Анжаліка Агурбаш), born May 17, 1970, is a Belarusian pop-singer, who competed for Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005.