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Rebeka Dremelj

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Rebeka Dremelj Škaler
Rebeka Dremelj
Rebeka Dremelj
Background information
Born (1980-07-25) July 25, 1980 (age 40)
OriginBrežice, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation(s)Singer, model, tv presenter, fashion designer, actress
Years active2001–present
LabelsMenart, Hayat Production
Associated actsDomen Kumer, SOMA DOLARA

Rebeka Dremelj (born July 25, 1980 in Brežice, Slovenia, at the time SR Slovenia, Yugoslavia) is a Slovene singer, model, fashion designer, actress, and TV Host. She was chosen to represent Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008[1] in Belgrade, Serbia with the song "Vrag naj vzame".

Professional and personal life

Rebeka Dremelj, a singer and Miss Slovenia 2001. Dremelj participated in Miss World 2001 and at the Miss World Talent Show in 2001 she landed the second place and thus signed a contract with Sony Records London. Dremelj represented Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 where she did not make it through the final. Since 2011 is Rebeka married with Sandi Škaler, and they have 2 kids. First daughter is Šajana ( born in September 2012), and another daughter was born in December 2016 with name Sija.


Popular Singles

Rebeka Dremelj in Belgrade, 2008
Rebeka Dremelj in Belgrade, 2008
  • Ko ugasnejo luči
  • Prvi korak
  • Nisem kriva
  • Ne ustavi se
  • Ne boš se igral
  • Pojdi z menoj
  • To je prava noč
  • Daj mi daj
  • Slovenski superboy
  • Vrag naj vzame
  • Petek 13.
  • Sončno dekle
  • Ribica
  • Brez obraza


  • Prvi korak – 2002
  • To sem jaz – 2004
  • Pojdi z menoj – 2006
  • Nepremagljiva – 2009
  • Differo – 2010


  1. ^ Barclay, Simon. Eurovision Song Contest – The Complete & Independent Guide 2010. Simon Barclay. pp. 175–. ISBN 978-1-4457-8415-1. Retrieved June 26, 2011.

External links

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Maša Merc
Miss Slovenia
Succeeded by
Nataša Krajnc
Preceded by
Alenka Gotar
with "Cvet z juga"
Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Quartissimo feat. Martina Majerle
with "Love Symphony"
This page was last edited on 25 August 2020, at 15:51
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