Sarah Engels

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Sarah Engels
File:Sarah-Engels-Echo-2012.jpg
Background information
Born(1992-10-15) October 15, 1992 (age 19)
Cologne, Germany
GenresPop
Years active2009–present
LabelsUniversal Music Germany
Websitesarahengels.net
 
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Sarah Engels
File:Sarah-Engels-Echo-2012.jpg
Background information
Born(1992-10-15) October 15, 1992 (age 19)
Cologne, Germany
GenresPop
Years active2009–present
LabelsUniversal Music Germany
Websitesarahengels.net

Sarah Engels (born October 15, 1992 in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia)[1] is a German singer. She currently resides in Hürth, North Rhine-Westphalia with her family.[1] She is best known for participating in season 8 of Deutschland sucht den Superstar, where she was eliminated from the Top 10,[2][3] only to return two shows later and eventually become the runner-up.

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Deutschland sucht den Superstar

Engels also participated in season 7 of Deutschland sucht den Superstar but was eliminated during the recall after her duet with Eugen Flittner.[1] In season 8, she was eliminated in the first Live Show.[4] Later on, she was asked to come back because RTL chief Tom Sänger (not the voters!) had eliminated Nina Richel from the show, allegedly for health reasons.[5]

Pietro Lombardi's brother posted a semi-nude picture of Engels after she had used Pietro's mobile phone to talk to girls.[6] After hearing about what Sarah had done, Lombardi's brother Marco, who wasn't too happy about her actions, decided to take "revenge" by sharing this semi-nude picture of Engels.[6] According to him, "Everyone knows how cheap Sarah Engels is. (She) is sneaky, a lying horse-faced ghit."[6]

By performance

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist)Percentage of calls
AuditionRun (Snow Patrol)[1]
RecallFootprints in the Sand (Leona Lewis)
Run To You (Whitney Houston)
A Moment Like This (Kelly Clarkson)
Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan)
Hurt (Christina Aguilera)[1]
Top 15
(February 19, 2011)
One Moment In Time (Whitney Houston)6,1% (9/15)
Top 10
(February 26, 2011)
When You Believe (Mariah Carey ft. Whitney Houston)6,7% (10/10)
Top 8
(March 12, 2011)
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Whitney Houston)26,0% (1/8)
Top 7
(March 19, 2011)
Release Me (Agnes)17,3% (2/7)
Top 6 (first show)
(April 2, 2011)
Symphonie (Silbermond)20,6%
Run (Snow Patrol)
Top 6 (second show)
(April 9, 2011)
Walking on Sunshine (Katrina And The Waves)17,8% (2/6)
Hurt (Christina Aguilera)
Top 5
(April 16, 2011)
The Best (Bonnie Tyler)26,5% (1/5)
What a Feeling (Irene Cara)
Footprints in the Sand (Leona Lewis)
Top 4
(April 23, 2011)
I'm So Excited (The Pointer Sisters)28,9% (2/4)
Eye of the Tiger (Survivor)
A Moment Like This (Kelly Clarkson)
Semi final
(April 30, 2011)
One Day in Your Life (Anastacia)37,3% (1/3)
Lady Marmalade (Labelle)
Beautiful (Christina Aguilera)
Final
(May 7, 2011)
How Will I Know (Whitney Houston)48,1% (2/2)
Run (Snow Patrol)
Call My Name (Winner's song by Dieter Bohlen, a bit altered for her)

Discography

Albums

Album TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positions
GERAUTSWI
Heartbeat2513

Singles

YearTitlePeak chart positionsAlbum
GERAUTSWI
2011"Call My Name"222Heartbeat
"I Miss You" (ft. Pietro Lombardi)2614
"Only for You"3347
"It's Christmas Time"75

Personal life

Engels is engaged to Pietro Lombardi.[7]

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