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Roberto Bellarosa

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Roberto Bellarosa born 23 August 1994 is a Belgian singer Bellarosa came to fame for being the first winner of The Voice Belgique He also represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 He finished in 12th place with 71 points

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Career
    • 21 2011–12: The Voice Belgique
      • 211 List of songs performed on The Voice Belgique
    • 22 2012–13: Ma voie and Eurovision Song Contest
  • 3 Discography
    • 31 Albums
    • 32 Singles
    • 33 Other charted songs
  • 4 Notes
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Biography

He was born in 1994 into a family of footballers of Italian origin at Vico del Gargano, in the southern region of Apulia At the age of nine Bellarosa was enrolled by his parents at a school of music in Huy During choral classes, his teacher was impressed by his voice, and his parents encouraged the young Bellarosa to take extra singing lessons

Career

2011–12: The Voice Belgique

In 2011, Bellarosa took part in the Walloon version of The Voice The Voice Belgique, created by John de Mol

After applying online, Bellarosa attended the blind auditions, where he sang "You Give Me Something" by James Morrison With Quentin Mosimann, Lio, Joshua and Beverly Jo Scott, all turning their chairs to face him, Bellarosa ultimately decided to join Quentin Mosimann's team with assistant coach Tara McDonald

On 10 April 2012, after 16 weeks of competition, Bellarosa was voted the winner gaining 57% of the votes from the public, receiving a contract with Sony Music, which he recorded an album along with two singles

List of songs performed on The Voice Belgique

Stage Date Song Original artist Notes
Blind auditions 3 January 2012 "You Give Me Something" James Morrison
Battle 31 January 2012 "Même Si" Grégory Lemarchal & Lucie Silvas Duel won against Daniela Sindaco
Live 28 February 2012 "Apologize" OneRepublic
Live 13 March 2012 "Wicked Game" Chris Isaak
Live 27 March 2012 "Le blues du businessman" Claude Dubois
Live 3 April 2012 "Just the Two of Us" Bill Withers Duo with Leonie W'asukulu
"As" Stevie Wonder
Live 10 April 2012 "Firework" Katy Perry With Renato Bennardo, Giusy Piccarreta, and Daisy Hermans
"You Give Me Something" James Morrison
"Vivre pour le meilleur" Johnny Hallyday
"Jealous Guy" John Lennon Winner

2012–13: Ma voie and Eurovision Song Contest

In 2012, Bellarosa participated in The Voice Belgique live tour along with 11 of the other contestants throughout Belgium On 6 July 2012, Bellarosa released his first single "Je Crois", working with his The Voice Belgique coach, Quentin Mosimann and assistant coach Tara McDonald His first album Ma voie was released on 21 September 2012, and his second single "Apprends-Moi" was released on 26 October 2012

On 16 November 2012, it was announced by Radio Télévision Belge Francophone RTBF, that Bellarosa would represent Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, to be held in Malmö, Sweden, with the song Love Kills He made it into the final and finished at the 12th place

Discography

Albums

Title Album details Peak chart positions
BEL
WAL
Ma voie
  • Released: 21 September 2012
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment
  • Format: Digital download, CD
11

Singles

Year Song Peak chart positions Album
BEL
VL
BEL
WAL
GER
NL
2012 "Jealous Guy" 4 Ma Voie
"Je Crois" 37
"Apprends-Moi"
2013 "Love Kills" 15 6 90 71 TBA
Year Song Peak chart positions Album
BEL
WAL
2012 "Apologize" 3 The Voice Belgique Live Show 1

Notes

  1. ^ "Apprends-Moi" did not enter the Ultratop 40, but peaked at number 19 on the wallione Ultratip chart

References

  1. ^ Archived 8 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Résumé LIVE The Voice => The Voice Belgique : Blind auditions 3 => De bons talents, Lio plutôt gourmande par L'INFOnet de la Real Tv" Linfonetrealtvfreefr 2012-11-13 Retrieved 2012-11-17 
  3. ^ "Roberto Bellarosa remporte la finale de "The Voice Belgique" – Belga Generique – Le Vif" LeVifbe 13 November 2012 Archived from the original on 2 January 2014 Retrieved 17 November 2012 
  4. ^ Storvik-Green, Simon 16 November 2012 "Roberto Bellarosa to Malmö for Belgium" European Broadcasting Union 
  5. ^ Gripper, Ann 19 May 2013 "Who are Eurovision Song Contest 2013 winners Full results table" Mirrorcouk Retrieved 19 May 2013 
  6. ^ a b c "Roberto Bellarosa > Belgium Wallonia Charts" ultratopbe/fr/ Hung Medien 
  7. ^ "Roberto Bellarosa > Belgium Flanders Charts" ultratopbe/nl/ Hung Medien 
  8. ^ "Roberto Bellarosa > German Charts" chartsde/ Hung Medien 
  9. ^ "Roberto Bellarosa > Dutch Charts" dutchchartsnl/ Hung Medien 

External links

  • Roberto Bellarosa on The Voice Belgique
Preceded by
Iris
with "Would You"
Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest
2013
Succeeded by
Axel Hirsoux
with "Mother"

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