Susanne Georgi is a Danish singer best known for representing Andorra in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009. Born on July 27, 1976, in Sjølund, Denmark, Georgi’s journey to the international stage began in her teenage years.
In the 1990s, she, along with her older sister Pernille Georgi, formed the pop duo Me & My, which gained a significant amount of fame in their native Denmark and Japan. They achieved international success with their self-titled debut album in 1995, which included the hits “Dub-I-Dub” and “Baby Boy.”
After Me & My, Susanne moved to Andorra where she continued her music career as a solo artist. She speaks fluently Catalan. She attempted to represent Andorra in the Eurovision Song Contest several times before finally being selected in 2009 with the song “La teva decisió (Get a Life),” a pop song with elements of disco. Despite a well-received performance, she did not advance beyond the semi-finals.
Following Eurovision, Georgi remained involved with the contest, particularly campaigning for Andorra’s return to Eurovision after the country withdrew due to financial reasons in 2009. She also continued to release music as a solo artist.
In addition to her music career, Georgi has also worked in the business side of the industry, co-founding a record label in 2011.
|Song||:||La teva decisió (Get a life)|
|Lyrics||:||Rune Braager, Marcus Winther-John, Lene Dissing, Susanne Georgi, Pernille Georgi, Josep Roca Vila|
|Composer(s)||:||Rune Braager, Marcus Winther-John, Lene Dissing, Susanne Georgi, Pernille Georgi|
|Backing Vocals||:||María Ángeles Barahona Paisan, Olga Romero Paz, Susana Ribalta Ponce, Belinda Sánchez Leal|