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Tereza Kerndlová in 2008
|Birth name||Tereza Kerndlová|
6 October 1986 |
|Years active||2001 - present|
Tereza Kerndlová (born 6 October 1986 in Brno) is a singer in the Czech Republic. She rose to fame as a member of the trio Black Milk since 2001. After the trio split in 2005, she started a solo career and released the album Orchidej.
She represented the Czech Republic in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 with the song "Have Some Fun", which was written by Gordon Pogoda (who wrote 4 songs on her album Have Some Fun) and Stano Simor (who produced the album). It was performed in the second semi-final on 22 May and finished 18th of 19 entrants with just nine points. Despite the low placing, it is the country's third best result to date.
- Orchidej (2006)
- Have Some Fun (2007)
- Retro (2008)
- Schody z nebe (2011)
- Singles Collection (2013)
- "About Tereza Kerndlová". The official website of the Eurovision Song Contest. Retrieved 16 January 2010.
|Awards and achievements|
with Malá dáma
|Czech Republic in the Eurovision Song Contest
with Aven Romale
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