Sita (singer)

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Sita Vermeulen
Sita Vermeulen.jpg
during the Fairy Tale Concert on June 12, 2011
Background information
Birth name Sita Maria Vermeulen
Also known as Sita
Born (1980-06-08) 8 June 1980 (age 38)
Ilpendam, Netherlands
Origin Netherlands
Genres Pop
Instruments vocals, guitar
Years active 2001–present

Sita Maria Vermeulen (born 8 June 1980), known by the mononym Sita, is a Dutch pop singer. She rose to fame in the early 2000s as part of pop group K-otic. After the band disbanded in 2003, she had a brief solo career before turning to television, where she was featured primarily on children's television and was a candidate on the Dutch Dancing With The Stars. Since 2009, she has been hosting the Dutch Disney Channel.


Sita's career started in 2001 when she entered in the Dutch television show Starmaker, which was a talent show intended to create a band. During the show, Sita became a member of a band which was called K-otic.[1] Partly due to the popularity of the show, the band scored a few hits. In December 2001, Sita left the band to have a solo career, releasing "Happy", her first solo single. In January 2002 her first solo album, also called Happy, followed.[2]

In 2002, Sita released Happy in the United States, and "Happy" as a song was also included in the soundtrack of The Wild Thornberrys Movie.[2] As a consequence of her being involved in that movie's album, she received some coverage on Nickelodeon. Within Europe, she became more known in 2003 when she had the hit song "Le Chemin" together with the French band Kyo.[2] In 2007, Spanish singer Edurne released a cover of her song "Come With Me" under the name Ven Por Mi, achieving success in the Spanish charts.[citation needed]


Happy (2002)[edit]

  1. Happy (written by Jacqueline Nemorin & Tobias Gad) - 4:08
  2. Jerk (written by Kim Stockwood & Naoise Sheridan) - 4:09
  3. Selfish (written by Andreas Karlegård & Lisa Lindebergh) - 3:58
  4. Hello (written by Daniel Gibson & Julius Bengtsson) - 3:02
  5. I Surrender (written by Linus Nordén, Negin Djafari, Patrick Johansson & Robert Zuddas) - 3:48
  6. The World Goes Round (written by Carol Ann Brown & Stephanie Bentley) - 3:59
  7. You Make Me Feel (Like Myself) (written by Douglas Carr, Nik Kershaw & Pär Lönn) - 2:58
  8. Twisted (written by Mareme Hernandez, Paul Varney & Sarah Nagourney) - 5:08
  9. Backseat (written by Douglas Carr & Tamara Champlin) - 4:01
  10. Strong Winds (written by Douglas Carr & Ulric Johansson) - 4:33
  11. Everything (written by Alexis Strum, Ian Bouman & Paul Westcott) - 3:44
  12. Whenever (written by Alex Von Soos & Tom Nichols) - 4:27

Come with Me (2003)[edit]

  1. Come with Me
  2. Popstar
  3. Every Little Thing You Do
  4. My Kitchen
  5. Hold Me for a Moment
  6. Red Guitar
  7. Even as Your Friend
  8. Gravity
  9. A Million Stars
  10. Weak
  11. With You
  12. I Draw the Line

L'Envers du décor (2004)[edit]

  1. Ce qui nous rend fous
  2. Hello
  3. L'Envers du décor
  4. Red Guitar
  5. Si on court
  6. Rien à perdre
  7. Jerk
  8. Selfish
  9. With You
  10. Come with Me
  11. My Kitchen
  12. Bizarre Love Triangle
  13. Happy (bonus)


  1. ^ "K-otic (2001-2003)" (in Dutch). Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c "Sita (1980-heden)" (in Dutch). Retrieved 15 December 2010. 

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