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Dee Demirbag

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Birth name  Dilnarin Demirbag
Name  Dee Demirbag
Origin  Kirvan, Turkey
Role  Singer
Occupation(s)  Dancer, singer
Genres  Pop music
Years active  1995–present

Dee Demirbag wearing red and black outfit while singing

Born  14 November 1973 (age 47) (1973-11-14)
Siblings  Dilsa Demirbag Sten, Dilba

Similar  Nana Hedin, Dilba, Dilsa Demirbag Sten

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Dilnarin "Dee" Demirbag (born 14 November 1973 in Kirvan, Turkey) is a Swedish dancer and singer, of Kurdish background.

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Dee Demirbag in her sexy white outfit with gold details and belly button ring

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Early life

Dee Demirbag wearing sexy white outfit with gold details while singing and dancing

Demirbag was born in Kirvan, a small village in eastern Turkey. She came to Sweden with her family in 1976 and grew up in the cities of Karlstad and Uppsala. In the 90s she started her career as a dancer, singer and photo model.

Career

Dee Demirbag wearing sexy white outfit with gold details while hands on her hips

She appeared in the Swedish TV series NileCity 105.6 in 1995 and was dancing in Staffan Ling's Swedish TV program Stadskampen in 1998.

Dee Demirbag wearing sexy white outfit with gold details while holding  microphone

Dee figured in E-Type's band And on stage.

Dee Demirbag wearing sexy white outfit with gold details while singing and dancing

In 2000 Dee signed up with Stockholm Records for a solo project and made her debut single '"All The Way Up"' followed by the single '"Want You To Go".

Dee Demirbag wearing sexy white outfit with gold details while singing and dancing with E-Type

In 2001 she left E-Type, but since 2005 she has been touring with the band on most concerts and still does so.

Personal life

Dee Demirbag wearing black top while singing and dancing

She lives in Stockholm, Sweden. She is sister of Dilba and Dilsa Demirbag Sten.

References

Dee Demirbag Wikipedia


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