|Birth name||Thomas Ring Petersen|
|Born||17 February 1980|
|Origin||Copenhagen, Sjælland, Denmark|
Thomas Ring Petersen (born 17 February 1980 in Copenhagen, Denmark), better known as Thomas Ring or simply as Thomas, is a Danish singer who rose to fame as the winner of the third Danish series of The X Factor .
Thomas started as table tennis player reaching the national level by the age of 17. When he turned 18, he got a guitar for birthday and Christmas present from his parents, Berit and Ib. He soon started writing lyrics and music leaving table tennis. He graduated from Falkonergårdens Gymnasiumand is a qualified teacher at Københavns Dag- og Aftenseminarium (KDAS).
In 2017, Thomas competed in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2017 with the song, "Vesterbro". but he did not advance to the superfinal.
|Live show 1|
(12 February 2010)
|Free Choice||"Viva La Vida"||Coldplay||Safe|
|Live show 2|
(19 February 2010)
|Michael Jackson||"Man in the Mirror"||Michael Jackson||Safe|
|Live show 3|
(26 February 2010)
|Rock||"When You Where Young"||The Killers||Safe|
|Live show 4|
(5 March 2010)
|UK Number Ones||"Mad World"||Michael Andrews & Gary Jules||Safe|
|Live show 5|
(12 March 2010)
|James Bond Associated Of DR Big Band||"You Know My Name"||Chris Cornell||Safe|
|Live show 6 – Semi-final|
(19 March 2010)
|Viewers Choice||"Karma Police"||Radiohead|
|Live show 7 – Final|
(27 March 2010)
|Free choice||"With or Without You"||U2||Safe|
|Duet with guest artist||"Ensom" with Medina||Medina|
|Winner's single||"My Dream"||Thomas||Winner|
|Album Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
| DEN |
|Wrong Side of the Daylight||2|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
| DEN |
|2010||"My Dream"||1||Non-album single|
|2011||"Break the Silence"||4||Wrong Side of the Daylight|
|"Leave a Light On"||—|
|2013||"The Fire Still Burns"||—||Sideways|
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