Small Teen vs Big Black German boy sex change! Follow the link for more information. She represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 in Oslo winning the contest with the song “Satellite”. Meyer-Landrut performed as part of the interval act during the second semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012.
In September she released the single “Stardust” from the album of the same name which was released on 12 October. In 2014 and 2015 Meyer-Landrut returned as a judge on the second and third season of The Voice Kids. In March 2015 she released the single “Traffic Lights” and the fourth studio album on which it appears, Crystal Sky, in May. She has been a brand ambassador for L’Oréal hair coloring and skin care products.
Lena Meyer-Landrut was born in Hanover, Germany, on 23 May 1991. German entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 in Oslo. After her first appearance, performing “My Same” by British singer Adele, Meyer-Landrut received much praise from the show’s jury panel and was instantly considered the favourite. Sample from the chorus of Lena Meyer-Landrut’s “Satellite”. Throughout the show, Meyer-Landrut was seen as the clear favourite. While competing at Unser Star für Oslo, Meyer-Landrut continued to attend school. The last show was held one month before the start of her final exams.
Following them she released her debut album, My Cassette Player, on 7 May 2010. Following her success in Germany Meyer-Landrut said she would enjoy pursuing a singing or acting career, but explained, “I’m not fixated on doing music my whole life. She said she originally planned to study acting after graduating school, but now is unsure “if time allows”. Representing a “big four” country, Meyer-Landrut automatically qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. Germany received a wild card during the running order draw, allowing the German representatives to choose the country’s position for the final. They chose position 22 out of the 25 spots.
The final was held on 29 May 2010 at Oslo’s Telenor Arena. Appearing fourth from last, Meyer-Landrut wore a simple black dress and performed on a bare stage with four backing singers. Her pared-back presentation was a break from recent Eurovision trends, as it did not feature any choreography, dancers or an elaborate stage show. The BBC called “Satellite” the first “contemporary pop hit Eurovision has produced in decades,” ushering in “a new era for the annual music jamboree”.
In January 2011, the TV-Show Unser Song für Deutschland was held and Meyer-Landrut’s 2011 Eurovision song was determined via televoting. The twelve songs Meyer-Landrut performed during that show were recorded on her second studio album Good News, which was released on 8 February 2011. In April 2011, she went on her first German tour of the largest concert halls in Berlin, Hanover, Frankfurt, Dortmund, Leipzig, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and Cologne, though the concerts were not sold out. In May 2011, Meyer-Landrut attempted to defend her title for the second consecutive time in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest at Düsseldorf. She was the third winner to do so, and the first in over 50 years. On 24 May 2012, Meyer-Landrut performed as part of the interval act during the second semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
She performed several of her new songs. Meyer-Landrut announced on her Twitter account that “Stardust” would be the first single from her new album of the same name on ! The single was released on 21 September and was certified Gold for selling 150,000 copies. The music video for it was shot in early February, by director Bode Brodmüller in Rathenau-Hallen.