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Tina Bride
Kim Poelmans

(1977-12-23) 23 December 1977 (age 45)
Sint-Truiden, Belgium

Tina Bride (birth name Kim Poelmans) is a Flemish dance singer. She was born in Sint-Truiden on 23 December 1977.


Bride trained and studied classical singing and jazz dance from the age of ten. She was discovered as a singer by the X-Session producer Marc Cortens in 2000, leading to the production of her first single, "Get To You", later that year.





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  1. (21 February 2010). Tina Bride wordt de nieuwe Cécile Muller, Sterrennieuws (in Dutch)