| Aneta Sablik|
| 12 January 1989 (age 26)
Bielsko-Biala, Poland (1989-01-12) |
Polydor, Island, Universal Records
Lydia Sablik, Andrzej Sablik
Dance-pop, Pop music, Pop rock
Meltem Acikgoz, Dieter Bohlen, Mieze, Severino, Kay One
Aneta Sablik Wikipedia
Aneta Sablik (born 12 January, 1989, Bielsko-Biała, Poland) is a Polish singer-songwriter. She gained popularity in Europe after winning the eleventh season of Germany's Idol, Deutschland sucht den Superstar (DSDS), translation; Germany Seeks The Superstar, which was broadcast on RTL Television. Sablik was the first competitor to receive the highest amount of points at every live show.
She was announced the winner of season 11 on Saturday May 3, 2014. She digitally launched her debut single "The One" on the same day of winning season 11. Her debut single "The One" quickly topped music charts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Luxembourg.
She won 500,000 euros, a car and a record label contract. Sablik signed a deal with Polydor Records (owned by Universal Music Group) to release her debut album, titled The One for late 2014.
Sablik was the first competitor to receive the highest amount of points at every Live Show.