Ho Le Thu
|Hồ Lệ Thu|
|Birth name||Tào Thế Lệ Thu|
|Instruments||Singing, Acting, Dancing|
Hồ Lệ Thu (real name Tào Thế Lệ Thu, born on October 19, 1973) is a famous singer from northern Vietnam.
Hồ Lệ Thu was born in Hà Nội, Vietnam. She started to exhibit her ambition for singing at a very early age, and when she was 10 years old, she attended the Labor Theatre House, a Vietnamese children's singing club. Many other Vietnamese singing artists, including Như Quỳnh and Phương Thanh, also attended this club.
Throughout Hồ Lệ Thu's teenage years, she participated in many singing competitions, and won many awards competing against Sài Gòn in secondary school. Thu eventually joined an amateur music band and starting to sing everywhere around Việt Nam.
In 1991, Thu's big chance came when a singing contest was held in Sài Gòn, and she performed excellently, fortunately receiving second prize, losing only to Như Quỳnh who won first prize.
After this, Thu received many invitations for shows and truly started to be recognized as a professional singer. Right now she is a singer for a program called Paris By Night produced by Thúy Nga, since DVD Paris By Night 73: Song Ca Đặc Biệt - The Best of Duets.
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|Buồn Ơi, Chào Mi!
- Cánh Cửa Cuộc Đời
- Đất Lạ
- Long Xích Lô
- Đâu Phải Vợ Người Ta
- Hồ Lệ Thu's favourite color is pink
- Hồ Lệ Thu lived in France
- Hồ Lệ Thu won the second prize of the Tiếng Hát Truyền Hình