Katherine St-Laurent

October 07, 2011 02:30 ET

Eurovision Song Contest 2012/More Than 20 Years After Celine Dion, a New Hope Emerges From Canada: Katherine St-Laurent Will Sing Her Heart Out to Lead Switzerland to Victory!

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 7, 2011) -

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With her beautiful song "Wrong to let you go", the Canadian singer Katherine St-Laurent hopes to be the one chosen to represent and lead Switzerland to victory in the next edition of the Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Baku, Azerbaijan in May 2012. She is the only Canadian selected by French-speaking Switzerland competing to represent the country. A first round of voting is now taking place online until October 20, to determine which contestants will be part of the grand finale on December 10, 2011.

The last time Switzerland won the Eurovision Song Contest was in 1988, represented by a young Quebecer then little known in Europe, who went by the name of…Céline Dion. More than twenty years later, Katherine St-laurent is on her way to achieve the same feat. A truly talented artist with a promising future who has a young but remarkable career to prove it!

The lovely canadian singer needs your support and your votes on the RTS website before October 20! Vote here now!

You can also vote for Katherine St-Laurent here on the main Eurovision website from October 20-30.

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ABOUT KATHERINE ST-LAURENT

Katherine St-Laurent gained fans all across Canada when she became a finalist on the popular show Canadian Idol in 2008. She launched her first eponymous album in May 2011, which garnered much praise from critics. At only 20 years of age, the young singer is drawing more and more attention. And now, her beautiful voice, talent and ambition are crossing borders and oceans to conquer Europe!

www.katherinestlaurent.com

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