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|Born||May 27, 1990|
Inzing, Tyrol, Austria
Nadine Beiler (born May 27, 1990) is an Austrian R&B and pop singer, who won the third season of the Austrian casting show Starmania in 2007. On 16 February 2007, she released her first single, "Alles was du willst".Currently, Beiler is a professional singer and songwriter based in both Vienna and Tyrol, where she lives in Innsbruck. Beiler represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with her entry "The Secret Is Love" and came 18th.
In the summer of 2006, Beiler attended the first round of castings for the Austrian television show Starmania in the casting event in Tyrol. The quality of her singing was both well received by the jury in the first and second round. In the third pre-final round, she gained a ticket for the main show alongside the female candidate she was competing with. Only 16 years old, she was the youngest of the finalists who made through to the final 18.
In the show, Beiler performed the following songs:
On 26 January 2007, Beiler won the show in the final evening with a high voting approval of 68% of all votes cast (approximately 650,000 votes were cast by mobile phone by viewers of the show).
On 25 February 2011, Beiler won the Austrian national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with her entry "The Secret Is Love", and represented her nation in the second semi-final in Germany. She qualified for the final, in which she ended 18th. In the split jury voting, "The Secret Is Love" ended in 5th place.
Beiler started working on a new project under her new alias 'Dice Mora' with UK/Austrian producer Mac Desi with whom she previously worked with on her album I've Got a Voice on the song "Turn Around". Mac Desi produced 5 songs for her new alias Dice Mora in which the first song "Just Like" was released as a digital download in March 2015, along with a music video which was shot in both California and Austria.
|Komm doch mal rüber||4|
|I've Got a Voice||3|
|Sweet Artist's Mind||—|
|"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released.|
|"Alles was du willst"||2007||2||Komm doch mal rüber|
|"Was wir sind"||15|
|"The Secret Is Love"||2011||9||I've Got a Voice|
|"Right On"||2013||—||Non-album single|
|"Just Like"||2015||—||Just Like|
|"Let Them Fly"|
(with Markus Steiner)
|"Times Like These"||2016||—|
|"Field of Peace (Better Field)"|
|"Baby It's You"|
|"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.|
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