Hot Eyes was the international name for a Danish duo, in Denmark known as Kirsten & Søren. Kirsten sang in a church choir and was a bank employee, Søren sang in the band Sir Henry, when they met. Both took part in the 1983 national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. When Søren left Sir Henry, they decided to team up for the 1984 contest… and they won it, so they represented Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest. As they won the next national final too, they could go to Eurovision twice in a row. “Sku’ du spørg’ fra no’en” took a lot of notice because Søren’s 9-year old daughter Lea Bundgaard was one of the backings. They took part in the 1986 national final as well, and Kirsten was there as a solo singer in 1987. It was only 1988, when they won the contest again; now it was Kirsten who caught attention for being eight months pregnant. Three weeks after Eurovision, she gave birth. After the Eurovision Song Contest, the two did not record anything together anymore, although they officially split up in 1991. Søren Bundgård composed a lot of songs for others. Kirsten Siggård sang solo, won an award for her performance of Edith Piaf in 1991 and formed an all girl trio, Swing Sisters. In 2014, she played in a musical about Piaf.