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Anni Blomberg

Anni Blomberg

Anni Blomberg


Anni Blomberg (born Anni Anastasia Blomberg), also known as Annilei, is finnish girl with some amazing talent in singing. She was born in Helsinki August 10th, 1992. Her talent wasn't really noticed until she sang her first time public at her school's events. She loves acting, and has even sung in one play, called "Aika Pommi" ("Time Bomb"). Her singing abilities was really discovered in this play, when she sung "Hallelujah" from movie "Shrek" (Originally by Rufus Wainwright). Read more on Last.fm
Anni Blomberg (born Anni Anastasia Blomberg), also known as Annilei, is finnish girl with some amazing talent in singing. She was born in Helsinki August 10th, 1992. Her talent wasn't really noticed until she sang her first time public at her school's events. She loves acting, and has even sung in one play, called "Aika Pommi" ("Time Bomb"). Her singing abilities was really discovered in this play, when she sung "Hallelujah" from movie "Shrek" (Originally by Rufus Wainwright).

She also used to take singing lessons but she quit them for reasons unknown. Mr. Mikso (last.fm MIKKOLIINOS) as her recorder/producer since she had released one single called "Swing Low" for personal use only. The song has also recorded live. Anni and Mikko have recorded songs called "My Heart Will Go On" (by Céline Dion), "Stand by Me" (by Ben E. King), "Goodbye My Lover" (by James Blunt) and "Goodbye My Lover (Mikso Remix)". She attended Finnish Idols 2009 and X Factor Finland 2010 but didn't made through.

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