|Birth name||Anne Mondrup Gadegaard Jensen|
|Also known as||Anne, Anne G|
7 November 1991 |
Århus, Region Midtjylland, Denmark
|Genres||Pop, Europop, Eurodance|
|Labels||Universal Music (2003)
My Way Music (2004-2008)
U&I Music (2010)
Awake Music (2013-present)
|Associated acts||Nicolai Kielstrup, Caroline Lind, B-Boys|
Anne Mondrup Gadegaard Jensen (born 7 November 1991 in Århus, Region Midtjylland, Denmark), better known as Anne Gadegaard, is a Danish singer and songwriter. She is best known for finishing 5th at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 while representing Denmark.
- 1 Career
- 2 Discography
- 3 References
- 4 External links
2002–03: Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 and Arabiens Drøm
Anne started singing in 2002, inspired by the success of child singer Razz. In 2003, she entered the Danish MGP Contest 2003, where she was accepted, and later, won the competition to represent Denmark at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003. Her song was called "Arabiens Drøm". Although it had very good reviews, it did not win the contest. The song finished 5th out of 16 participants, scoring 93 points. During that year, she released her debut studio album Arabiens Drøm.
2004–05: Ini Mini Miny and Chiki Chiki
2006: De første og Største hits and Annes Jul
She released her first compilation album called De første og Største hits in 2006, which includes a DVD of her performing live at the Langelandsfestivalen 2005. Anne released her 4th studio album, Annes Jul, during Christmas time 2006 with two editions for the album, standard one and deluxe edition. Soon after, she toured Italy.
In 2008, she collaborated with the Danish singers Nicolai Kielstrup, Caroline Lind, B-Boys, Sebastian, Amalie, Mathias and Mark, in two music projects, presenting two songs called "En Verden Til Forskel" and "Gør Noget". Also in this year, some plans for a 5th studio album were cancelled. In 2010, she released a new single, entitled "Blah Blah", under the artistic name Anne G. After some months of the official release of the single, Anne released a music video for "Blah Blah". In 2013, she presented a new single, back as her original name Anne Gadegaard. The single was entitled "Bag Skyerne", and reached number 1 in iTunes Denmark and Norway.
2015–present: Eurovision Song Contest
In 2015, Gadegaard was announced as one of the ten competing musicians in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2015 with the song "Suitcase". She finished second in the final behind the winning song "The Way You Are" by Anti Social Media., which became Denmark's first Eurovision song to fail to qualify since 2007.
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions|
|Ini Mini Miny||
|"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released.|
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions|
|De første og Største hits||
As lead artist
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|2003||"Arabiens Drøm"||—||Arabiens Drøm|
|2005||"Chiki Chiki"||—||Chiki Chiki|
|"Kan Du Mærke Beatet"||—|
|2010||"Blah Blah" (credited as Anne G)||—||Non-album singles|
|2015||"Suitcase"||37||Melodi Grand Prix 2015|
|"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.|
As featured artist
|2005||"Here We GO!"
(featuring Cool Kids, B-Boys, Shout, Amalie og Frederikke, Sigurd Barrett, Kaj og Andrea & Sebastian og Jeppe)
|2008||"En Verden Til Forskel"
(featuring Nicolai Kielstrup, Sebastian, Amalie, Mathias & Mark)
(featuring Nicolai Kielstrup, Caroline Lind & B-Boys)
|2005||"Kan Du Mærke Beatet"|
- "MELODI GRAND PRIX 2015 (CD) - FORUDBESTILLING" (in Danish). Sony Music Entertainment. 26 December 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2015.
- Christensen, Kasper Madsbøll (5 January 2015). "DR udgiver alle Grand Prix-sangene på YouTube - to uger før showet" (in Danish). DR. Retrieved 15 January 2015.
- Petersen, Rasmus (5 January 2015). "Denmark: Grand Prix 2015 songs on YouTube - two weeks before the show". eurovisionworld.com. Retrieved 5 January 2015.
- Granger, Anthony (7 February 2015). "Denmark: Anti Social Media Has Won". Eurovoix. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
- Hung, Steffen. "Discography Anne Gadegaard". Danish Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung).
- Hung, Steffen. "Discography Anne Gadegaard". Norwegian Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung).