Kate Hall (singer)

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Kate Hall at the Leipziger Stadtfest

Kate Semmelroth Hall (born 21 May 1983 in Harwich, Essex, England) is a British-Danish singer.


Hall was born in Harwich to an English mother and a Danish father, and moved to Allerød when she was three years old. As a child, she had lessons in singing, piano and dancing. When she was twelve years old, she was accepted into the Danish Radio Girls' Choir. A year later, she made studio recordings for Postman Pat. She appeared as a television presenter in The Voice TV Danmark, and reached the final of the Danish edition of Popstars where she finished third.[1]

After being discovered by the German music producer, Alex Christensen, she reached the German charts with the single "Is There Anybody Out There?", which he produced, in June 2005.

Hall was engaged to the singer Ben, and in 2007 released the four duet singles, "Bedingungslos", "Du bist wie Musik", "Ich lieb dich immer noch so" and "Zwei Herzen" with him. In November 2008 she announced that the engagement had been ended, after which she is continuing as a solo singer.[2]

She was a vocal coach in the seventh and tenth series of the German edition of Popstars.

In January 2013, Kate Hall was announced as one of the participants in the 2013 Danish National Song Contest, the winner of which would represent Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest.[3]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Kate Hall". Last.fm. August 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-26. 
  2. ^ "Power-Shopping gegen Liebeskummer". Bild.de. Axel Springer. Retrieved 2008-12-26. 
  3. ^ Grønbech, Jens (16 January 2013). "Her er de nye Grand Prix-stjerner.htm". DR. Retrieved 16 January 2013.