Tibor Kocsis

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Tibor Kocsis
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Born (1981-09-01) 1 September 1981 (age 38)
Kecskemét, Hungary
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2011–present

Tibor Kocsis is a Hungarian pop singer, who won the second series of the Hungarian X-Faktor broadcast on the RTL Klub Hungarian television station, with the final broadcast on 18 December 2011. Kocsis was in the "Over 25" category and was mentored by Miklós Malek Jr. winning over other finalist and eventual runner-up Enikő Muri. [1]

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Preceded by
Csaba Vastag
X-Faktor (Hungary)
Winner

2011
Succeeded by
Gergő Oláh (singer)