Amarkhuu Borkhuu

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Amarkhuu Borkhuu
Birth name Borkhüügiin Amarkhüü
Born (1987-07-01) 1 July 1987 (age 31)
Bulgan Province, MPR
Genres Pop, R'n'B
Occupation(s) Singer, Actor
Years active 2003 – present
Labels FBI Music
Associated acts Premyer-Ministr, Marina Devyatova

Amarkhuu Borkhuu (Mongolian: Борхүүгийн Амархүү, Borkhüügiin Amarkhüü; born July 1, 1987 in MPR) is a pop singer and actor of Mongolian origin residing in Buryatia, Russia.

When he was a child his parents moved from Mongolia to Ulan-Ude, Buryatia in Russia because his father was invited to Buryatia to invent National Buryatian Circus.

In 2006, four of his best friends, including Buryatian friend Dorj, recommended him to go to Irkutsk to participate in show Narodniy Artist 3. He rose to popularity in Russia after winning Narodniy Artist 3 (2006),[1] the Russian version of Pop Idol with 61.7% of the vote over Marina Devyatova. In 2010, he starred in a Mongolian-Russian film “Operation ‘Tatar’”, where he first met his wife Ariunzul. He is a frontman of award-winning boy band Prime Minister. He is currently living in Ulaanbaatar Mongolia.

Amarkhuu Borkhuu is also well known for his participation as a judge in the widely popular Mongolian television show Universe Best Songs.

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  1. ^ Christel Caulet (4 April 2009). "Nouvelle Star: pourquoi autant de finalistes en France ?". Le Post (in French). Retrieved 13 February 2011. 

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