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Birth name  Monica Anghel
Name  Monica Anghel
Occupation(s)  Singer
Role  Singer
Instruments  Voice
Genres  Pop music
Years active  1985–present



Born  1 June 1971 (age 44)Bucharest, Romania (1971-06-01)
Spouse  Marian Caraivan (m. 2010), Andrei Carandino (m. 1994–2005)
Albums  Cutiuta muzicala 9, Best Of, Destine
Similar People  Marcel Pavel, Luminita Anghel, Gabriel Cotabita, Cornel Fugaru, Stefan Iordache

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Monica Anghel ([moˈnika ˈaŋɡel]; born 1 June 1971 in Bucharest), is a Romanian singer and TV star. In 1996, she took part in the international preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest. The Romanian song "Rugă pentru pacea lumii" was not chosen to go to the international final in Oslo. In the same year, she won the "Golden Stag" for Romania.

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Anghel participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002 in Tallinn, with Marcel Pavel. Their song "Tell me why" reached the 9th place, which was the third best score ever for Romania. A few years later Anghel started to collaborate with comic group Divertis.

Monica Anghel Monica Anghel Summertime Recital Live Cerbul de aur 1996 YouTube

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Monica Anghel Monica Anghel Spunemi YouTube


Monica Anghel Monica Anghel i Marcel Pavel Tell me why Eurovision Song Contest

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Monica Anghel Wikipedia