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Anjelika Ivanögregora
Anjelikaivanogregora
Ivanögregora performing at Mösikalifestivali 2016
Born Anjelika Ivanögregora
(1979-03-31) 31 March 1979 (age 39)
Ubenmoor, Lashardia
Occupation Singer, social worker
Children 3
Musical Career
Genres Pop, R&B, soul
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2015–present
Labels Cyclops Records

Anjelika Jenalisa Ivanögregora (born 31 March 1979) is a Lashardian singer and former social worker. She first came to prominence after competing in Mösikalifestivali 2016.

Life and careerEdit

Early lifeEdit

Ivanögregora was born on 31 March 1979 in Dragonstone, Ubenmoor. Her father Ivan, was a city councilor of Ubenmoor for over 20 years and member of the Lashardian Social Democratic Party, while her mother Janeta, worked as a dental hygienist. She has a younger brother, and the family was middle class.

She attended primary school in Ubenmoor, and went on to attend a social work-focused high school, graduating in 1997. She worked as a social worker in Ubenmoor before becoming a singer.

2015–present: Breakthrough and Mösikalifestivali 2016 & 2017Edit

In 2015, Ivanögregora uploaded a video of her performing the song "Żlo" by Ebona Jonölark to YouTube. The cover was an internet sensation, amassing over 2,000,000 views in two days. Following the success of the video, she was signed to Cyclops Records.

In late 2015, she was announced as a participant in Mösikalifestivali 2016 with the song "Töa" ("In the heart", in English). She advanced from her semi-final straight to the final, after placing second, and placed fifth in the final, placing third with the jury and sixth with the televote.

She competed in Mösikalifestivali 2017 as well, with the song "Perjimoon". However, she was eliminated in the semi-finals.

Personal lifeEdit

Ivanögregora was married in 2006, and has three children with her husband. The family resides in Lava Ubenmoor – Nica, Ubenmoor.

DiscographyEdit

SinglesEdit

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
LAS
"Töa" 2016 37 Mösikalifestivali 2016
"Perjimoon" 2017 98 Mösikalifestivali 2017