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Laura-Jayne Hunter (born 1986, Coleraine, Northern Ireland) is a British singer who lives and works in Leeds, England. Hunter holds a first class honours degree in popular music from the Leeds College of Music and was crowned winner of the Bright Young Things songwriter/performer competition in Leeds in 2008.
Hunter is the lead singer of the bands Vibetown and PaperJam as well as being a member of a girl group called Dollypop. Laura-Jayne was vying to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, Russia. She performed her entry "Out of control" in the national final on 20 February, and got the opportunity to meet American television host Jerry Springer. She eventually came third in the national final.
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