Ghost (Jamie-Lee Kriewitz song)
|Single by Jamie-Lee Kriewitz|
|from the album Berlin|
|Released||12 December 2015|
"Ghost" is a song performed by German singer Jamie-Lee Kriewitz. The song represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden, and was written by Thomas Burchia (better known as DJ Thomilla), Anna Leyne, and Conrad Hensel. The song was released as a digital download on 12 December 2015 through Polydor and Island Records. It was also performed as Kriewitz's winner's single during season five of The Voice of Germany.
Eurovision Song Contest
Kriewitz was announced as one of the participants in Unser Lied für Stockholm on 12 January 2016. In the final, she performed ninth and later advanced to the superfinal. She performed last in the superfinal, and was later announced as the winner with 44.5% of the tele-vote. She then represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. Being a member of the "Big 5", the song automatically advanced to the final, where it came in last place with 11 points.
|1.||"Ghost" (From The Voice of Germany)||3:52|
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||65|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||11|
|Sweden Heatseekers (Sverigetopplistan)||10|
|Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)||26|
|Europe||12 December 2015||Digital download||Polydor/Island|
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- Ghost - Single by Jamie-Lee Kriewitz on iTunes
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- "Austriancharts.at – Jamie-Lee Kriewitz – Ghost" (in German). Ö3 Austria Top 40.
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- Swedish Heatseekers Chart (13 May 2016). Retrieved 22 May 2016.
- "Swisscharts.com – Jamie-Lee Kriewitz – Ghost". Swiss Singles Chart.
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