Synonyms for kalomira or Related words with kalomira

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Examples of "kalomira"
Kalomira is the first album by popular Greek-American artist Kalomira that was released in September, 2004 by Heaven Music. The album was certified Gold.
In the fall of 2006, Kalomira became the female co-hostess on the hit Sunday night show "Pio Poli Tin Kiriaki" alongside Grigoris Arnaoutoglou on Mega Channel. In December, she released her third CD "I Kalomira Paei Cinema" (Kalomira Goes to the Cinema).
Kalomira entered the New York City auditions for Antenna's reality singing competition Fame Story 2, which was a licensed variant of the Star Academy franchise. She was one of two selected from over 200 auditions in New York. Despite speaking primarily English, and not speaking Greek fluently, Kalomira went to Greece after having completed one semester of college at Adelphi University where she was a music major with a scholarship. Kalomira placed first and her professional singing career began. Kalomira won the contest, earned 200,000 Euros and a recording contract with Heaven Music
At the end of 2007, Heaven Music chose Kalomira to be their contestant in the 2008 National Final to represent Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. Kalomira picked an R&B style upbeat song with a Greek feel composed by Konstantinos Pantzis with lyrics by Poseidonas Giannopoulos titled "Secret Combination". The song has an "American production" feel to it. On February 27, 2008, Kalomira won the National Final with "Secret Combination" and represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. To promote the song, Kalomira had a pre-Eurovision tour and visited several Eurovision countries throughout March and April.
In June 2011, Kalomira released her most recent and last pop song of Heaven Music, called "This Is The Time'" while a music video premiered in July. On 31 December, Kalomira did a concert for a charite causes, "Bring in 2012 with Kalomira!", for Greek Orthodox people in Washington DC. On 22 February 2012 her new single was released, only for husband's music company "Hot Kiss Records LLC", and is called "Other Side Tonight". The song was written by GMoney and Jeremy Beaber. On 2 March, Kalomira was presented with Australia's comedian actor Angelo Tsarouchas, a beauty pageant "Greek Beauty Pageant - Kalistia 2012" in Canada.
Kalomoira Special Karaoke Edition is a Karaoke DVD from the Greek-American pop singer Kalomira. The DVD was released by Heaven Music on September 2005, and it was only released in Greece. The DVD features many of Kalomira's music videos from her 2005 first studio album "Kalomira" such as the hit singles "Nomizeis", "Ego Eimai I Kalomira", "Proti Mou Fora" and "Pethaino Gia Sena" combined with the lyrics of the songs.
Kalomira performed 19th, the last act of the night. The stage show included new choreography, as well as Victoria Halkiti and Nektarios Georgiadis as backing vocalists. There was also a large book on stage that Kalomira stepped out of when singing the lyrics "an open book". At the same moment, Kalomira changed her outfit converting it from a pink dress into a mini-silver skirt. She wore clothes exclusively by J-Lo and managed to finish first receiving 156 points.
Kalomira Sarantis (Greek: "Καλομοίρα Σαράντη"; born Maria Kalomira Carol Sarantis, January 31, 1985), is a Greek pop and dance musician who is noted for winning in the Greek talent show Fame Story. She has released four studio albums, represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008, and hosted various television shows.
In January 2010, it was announced that Kalomira would be featured in a series of advertisements as the main spokesperson promoting Dominos Pizza in Greece. In March 2010, Kalomira renewed her contract with Heaven Music. Her next single was called "Please Don't Break My Heart", which featured American rapper, Fatman Scoop. The video was filmed in Turkey and the song premiered on Rythmos 94.9.
Kalomira released her fourth studio album after conquering third place in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. She planned on starting full promotion of the album, but on June 2, 2008, when Kalomira was supposed to be the guest on a popular morning show in Greece, she postponed her appearance because she had to fly to New York City immediately due to her sister's pregnancy. On June 4, 2008 Rythmos FM was supposed throw a summer party where Kalomira would perform all her new songs but this was also postponed since she was out of the country.
Kalomira performed in Thessaloniki’s FOCUS from July 8 to August 14. While entertaining audiences by night, she was recording her first album by day. Outside of Greece, Kalomira has appeared on NBC’s "Today Show" and "Access Hollywood" during the events of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, UPN's Greek Parade where she sang live and was interviewed, Fox News, was in the "Washington Post", "Newsday" and "New York Times" and most currently featured on Oprah for her Eurovision Performance, along with a number of other shows and websites. On September 1, 2004, Kalomira released her 15-track first album "Kalomira", which went gold. She then toured Greece accompanied by the rest of the "Fame Story" participants with appearances in Athens’s "Thalassa". In the same year, she closed her season at the REX studio with Despina Vandi and Thanos Petrelis. Kalomira received good reviews from critics and was awarded "Woman of the Year – Best Newcomer" by Life and Style magazine. Also in 2004, she had a minor credited role in the Greek TV drama series "I Lampsi", playing the part of Jennifer, where veteran director Nikos Foskolos compared her to Aliki Vougiouklaki. Also, Kalomira performed twice in Herodium theatre like a surprise cake for Dionysis Savvopoulos's birthday and she sang Marilyn Monroe's song, "Happy Birthday Mr. President".
Paizeis? (Greek: "Παίζεις?"; ) is the second album by the popular Greek-American artist Kalomira that was released on November 29, 2005 by Heaven Music.
On 17 October 2013, Kalomira came back after her break, as she had given birth to two boys. In March 2014, Kalomira came back to Greece after 2 and a half years since her last appearance. She gave many interviews on television and magazines, and she sang as a guest star with Claydee Lupa the new version of "Secret Combination", in the national final of Greece's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.
I Kalomira Paei Cinema is a concept album by the popular Greek-American singer Kalomira that was released on December 7, 2006 by Heaven Music. The album contains many popular classic songs from the old Greek Cinema. These songs have been performed by many Greek movie stars like Aliki Vougiouklaki. The album contains also a karaoke DVD. The album failed to match the success of her two previous albums. No singles were produced from the album.
The staging featured two b-boys dressed as mimes (twin brothers) and a sequined green man (Jenia Evgenios Buli, who has performed with Kalomira in 2008 and Giorgos Alkaios in 2010).
Secret Combination: The Album is the fourth studio album by Greek American singer Kalomira which was released at the end of May 2008 by Heaven Music. The album has 12 tracks written by Konstantinos Pantzis, Tasos Vougiatzis and Sunny X.
Kalomira performed a repeat of her semi-final performance at the Eurovision Final held on May 24, 2008. She presented "Secret Combination" 21st on the night after Azerbaijan and before Spain. Having led initially in the voting, Kalomira finished in third place behind Russia and Ukraine, receiving 218 points. The song received 12 points from United Kingdom, Germany, Albania, San Marino, Cyprus and Romania. On the other hand, Latvia, Iceland, Portugal, Finland, Norway and Lithuania were the only countries that did not vote it in their top ten, thereby giving it no points. The British LGR radio station commented "Visually, the presentation was quite addictively enticing, with a stunningly gorgeous Kalomira, her singing/dance capabilities and her three acrobatic male dancers. The purple-heart gimmick carved out of the giant, life-sized book, proving ingenious".
In the summer of 2015 Kalomira made a hot appearance on MAD VMA 2015 performing a new summer song titled "This Is Summer" released by Panik Records. In parallel she gave some tv interviews and left for USA until 2016 when she gave birth to her third child, a girl. In December 2016 she decided to make the awaiting comeback in Greece and release new music single titled "Ayta Ta Hristougenna" / "Christmas Time" by her previous record label Heaven Music. Kalomira took participated as a tv presenter at the backstage of the new music talent show Rising Star.
Kalomira announced on her online diary that she recorded her new album during September and October 2007 in Greece. The album, named "Secret Combination the Album", was released on May 29, 2008 and contained songs in both Greek and English, including her Eurovision entry "Secret Combination". There is also a bonus rap remix of "Secret Combination" by Master Tempo. The writers are Konstantinos Pantzis, Tasos Vougiatzis and Sunny X. Kalomira did not participate in the promotion of the album, due to a dispute with Heaven Music. She focused on presenting TV shows, including the Greek version of the game show "Big in Japan" which took place in Japan and featured 12 contestants.
In a recent interview, Kalomira said that she started her music career when she was eighteen and half years old. She has expressed herself through her music over a span of more than 10 years. Her music describes what she has gone through in her life.