Lena Meyer-Landrut

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Lena at a concert on the Only Love Tour 2019

Lena Johanna Therese Meyer-Landrut (born May 23, 1991 in Hanover ) is a German singer and songwriter . With the song Satellite she won the Eurovision Song Contest on May 29, 2010 and thus achieved the second victory for Germany in this competition. In 2011 she appeared again with the song Taken by a Stranger and reached tenth place. Since the release of her first album, she has performed as Lena . Occasionally she works as a model .

Private, youth and education

Lena Meyer-Landrut grew up as an only child in the Hanoverian district of Misburg-Anderten with her single mother. Her father left the family when she was two years old. She is a granddaughter of Andreas Meyer-Landrut on her father's side and a second niece of Nikolaus Meyer-Landrut . In June 2010 she finished school at IGS Roderbruch with the Abitur . In the 2011 winter semester, she enrolled in the languages ​​and cultures of Africa and philosophy courses at the University of Cologne . However, because of the start of work on her third album, she did not take up the study.

Artistic career

During school time, Meyer-Landrut turned to ballet and jazz dance to show dance consisting of hip-hop , jazz and expressive dance. In 2009 she worked as an amateur actress in the television series K11 - Commissioners in action , help me! and Judge Alexander Hold with.

2010: Our star for Oslo and My Cassette Player

Appearances in Our Star for Oslo
show song Original interpreter
1. Elimination show My same Adele
3. Elimination show Diamond Dave The Bird and the Bee
4. Elimination show Foundations Kate Nash
5. Elimination show New Shoes Paolo Nutini
6th elimination show
Mouthwash Kate Nash
Neopolitan Dreams Lisa Mitchell
7. Elimination show
Mr. Curiosity Jason Mraz
The Lovecats The Cure
8. Elimination show
Bee previously unpublished
Love me

In autumn 2009 Meyer-Landrut applied for the casting show Our Star for Oslo , the German preliminary decision for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 . She was selected for the narrower group of candidates and appeared on the first television show with the song My Same by the British soul and pop singer Adele . The then 18-year-old student received great praise from the jurors around organizer Stefan Raab . Adele described Meyer-Landrut's version as "fascinating". The original version of the song - like the New Shoes by Paolo Nutini , sung by her later - only made it into the German single charts after her casting show appearance. Even Kate Nash's Foundations , Neopolitan Dreams of Lisa Mitchell and Jason Mraz ' Mr. Curiosity got back into the German single charts for Meyer-Landrut interpretation.

Even before the final, Meyer-Landrut was the favorite. She won the competition against the same age student Jennifer Braun with the song Satellite by Julie Frost and John Gordon and received a recording contract with Universal Music . One day after winning Our Star for Oslo , Meyer-Landrut was the first German singer to take the top three places on major download portals with the final songs Satellite , Bee and Love Me , composed especially for her by Raab , the text of which she wrote herself like iTunes and Musicload . At the same time, she set a sales record with the singles. As the first interpreter, she was able to place three titles in the top five of the German single charts. Satellite reached number one in the German and Swiss charts and number 2 in Austria . Under the artist name Lena , she released her debut album My Cassette Player on May 7, 2010 , which immediately landed at number 1 in the German charts and at number 3 in Austria and Switzerland.

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Lena in May 2010 rehearsing for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest
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Lena at the press conference after her 2010 victory
Voices for Germany at the ESC 2010

As the representative of one of the four largest EBU contributors, Meyer-Landrut was directly qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. The responsible NDR selected starting position 22 (out of 25) via a wildcard drawn from Germany. Meyer-Landrut performed with four background singers and won with 246 points (→ points awarded for Germany ) ahead of the band maNga from Turkey (170 points) and the Romanian duo Paula Seling and Ovi (162 points). It was the second win for a German contribution after Nicole's success in 1982 .

The reach of 14.69 million television viewers and a market share of 49.1 percent in Germany meant the highest level of audience interest in a Eurovision Song Contest since the introduction of private television . In the course of the announcement of the distribution of points, the number of viewers grew to 20.45 million.

One day after the finale, Meyer-Landrut was received by the then Prime Minister of Lower Saxony , Christian Wulff, in her hometown of Hanover, where she entered the city's Golden Book and was then celebrated by around 40,000 fans.

Two days after the final, the winning title rose to number 1 on the Norwegian charts . After that he also took first places in Sweden , Finland , Switzerland , Denmark and again in Germany. Meyer-Landrut achieved placements in other European countries as well as in Australia with her debut single .

At the Schlager Festival during Stockholm Pride in July 2010

From mid-June to early August 2010, Meyer-Landrut completed her first promotion tour through the cities of London , Paris , Amsterdam , Vienna , Brussels , Oslo , Malmö , Helsingborg , Stockholm and Zurich . In addition to numerous radio , newspaper and television interviews , Meyer-Landrut had live appearances on the Norwegian television program Allsang på Grensen and the Swedish television program Sommarkrysset . In addition to Safura , Didrik Solli-Tangen , Anna Bergendahl and Hera Björk , she appeared at the Schlager Festival at Stockholm Pride. On August 6, 2010, their fourth single, Touch a New Day , was released, written and produced by Raab. In October 2010, the Belgian 3D animation film Sammy's Adventure - The Search for the Secret Passage was released in cinemas, in which Meyer-Landrut lent the German voice of the turtle girl Shelly . The synchronized work took place in June 2010 at Berliner Synchron and was completed after two days.

In September 2010, the automobile manufacturer Adam Opel AG engaged Meyer-Landrut as an advertising medium for a year, including a. for a special model Corsa Satellite , also based on its ESC hit .

In March 2011 Meyer-Landrut had two guest appearances in Anke Engelke's sketch comedy Ladykracher . In April 2011 she was seen in a Sesame Street special, where she interpreted her hit Satellite under the title Bert, oh Bert in German.

2011: Our song for Germany and Good News

The idea of ​​having Meyer-Landrut compete again as the defending champion at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Düsseldorf came from Stefan Raab, who had already put this suggestion into the room at the press conference shortly after the victory at the ESC. In the German preliminary decision, our song for Germany , the TV viewers chose the song for the ESC. Meyer-Landrut presented six songs each in two semi-final shows, which were broadcast live on ProSieben on January 31 and February 7, of which three each made it to the final of the preliminary round. All songs and the respective backgrounds of their creation - some had composed Stefan Raab and Lena, another also came from the singer Aloe Blacc after at TV total had been a guest - were previously totally regularly presented at TV. In the live broadcast broadcast by ARD on February 18, viewers chose the song Taken by a Stranger, written by the Californian composers Gus Seyffert and Nicole Morier together with the Norwegian singer Monica Birkenes . Meyer-Landrut's second studio album Good News , which was released on February 8, 2011, contains all contributions from the German preliminary decision. Like their debut album, Good News made it to the top of the German album charts and reached gold status after a week . On March 1, 2011, she was the first German artist to hit the top 100 of the German single charts with six songs (five newcomers and one returnee). At the 2011 Echo Awards , she won an ECHO in the category Most Successful Newcomer National and one in the category Most Successful Artist National . She was also nominated in three other categories.

Appearance in Hanover in April 2011
Appearance in Cologne in April 2011
Performance in Frankfurt in April 2011

From April 13th to 29th, 2011 Meyer-Landrut completed her first tour. The Lena Live Tour 2011 led through the nine cities of Berlin , Hanover , Frankfurt , Dortmund , Hamburg , Leipzig , Munich , Stuttgart and Cologne .

About eight months before it started, the tour generated a lot of media coverage. There was speculation about a slow advance sales as well as statements by some prominent artists who expressed concern that the halls were too big for an inexperienced newcomer. The number of visitors for the entire tour was estimated at around 75,000.

She was supported by the rock band kleinstadthelden on the first six concerts and by the indie pop group Mikroboy on the last three .

The touring band consisted of Andreas Grimm (band leader, keyboard), Mathias Höderath (keyboard), Alex Vesper (drums), Bruno Müller (guitar), Nico Brandenburg (bass) and Bastian Ruppert (guitar, trombone). The singer and band were supported by background singers Anji Hinke, Grace Risch and Maya Saban as well as a four-piece string group. The dancers came from the team of the choreographer Nikeata Thompson . Meyer-Landrut presented a total of 21 songs (including three encores) from their first two albums as well as the song Who'd Want to Find Love for the first time . The concert on April 15, 2011 in the Frankfurter Festhalle was recorded and released on DVD on May 9, 2011 under the title Good News - Live .

On May 14th, Meyer-Landrut sang in the Düsseldorf Arena in front of 36,000 spectators for the second time at the ESC for Germany. With her contribution Taken by a Stranger she reached the 10th place. At the opening of the Song Contest she sang a rockabilly version of Satellite together with the moderators Stefan Raab, Judith Rakers and Anke Engelke . This version of the song also made it into the charts.

For the Matthias Schweighöfer film What a Man , which was released in August 2011, she recorded the song What a Man , a cover version of the 1968 hit Linda Lyndell . In September 2011 she was an external reporter for Bundesvision Song Contest 2011 .

2012–2014: Stardust and The Voice Kids

Appearance as a former winner at the ESC 2012 in Baku

In April 2012 she participated in an advertising campaign for the 60th birthday of Hannover Airport . On May 24, 2012, she performed alongside the former song contest winners Alexander Rybak , Marija Šerifović , Dima Bilan and Ell & Nikki as a break at the second semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku .

In August 2012 it was announced that the theme song of Sesame Street had been recorded in a new version with Lena Meyer-Landrut and that the broadcast would begin in October 2012.

In 2012 Meyer-Landrut recorded her third studio album Stardust in Stockholm and Hamburg (recording studio Clouds Hill Recordings ) , which was released on October 12, 2012. On September 21, 2012, the preliminary single of the same name was released, which entered the German single charts at number 2. In December 2012 and January 2013 the album and single were awarded gold. In March 2013, the second single Neon (Lonely People) was released from the album. At the Echo Awards 2013 on March 21, 2013, the video clip for Stardust was recognized as the best national music video.

In autumn 2012 Meyer-Landrut took part in the Giraffe Monkey album project in aid of Die Arche - Christian Children's and Young People's Work , to which she contributed the Pippi Longstocking song Pirate Grandpa Fabian .

In March 2013 Meyer-Landrut was the music godmother at Dein Song , the KiKA songwriting competition for children. Together with Tim Bendzko and Henning Wehland , she was a coach and jury member in the first season of the Sat.1 casting show The Voice Kids , which was broadcast in April and May 2013. In 2014, 2015 and 2016 she was there again as a coach. In 2015, her protégé Noah-Levi won the show.

Lena in Wernigerode (2013)

In April 2013 Meyer-Landrut completed the “No One Can Catch Us Tour”, a club tour in which she visited thirteen German cities ( Stuttgart , Munich , Nuremberg , Dresden , Berlin , Hamburg , Kiel , Münster , Dortmund , Cologne , Saarbrücken , Hanover and Offenbach ). The touring band consisted of Reiner "Kallas" Hubert (drums), Felix Weigt (bass), Marcus Schneider (guitar), with whom she had already recorded her album Stardust in the studio, as well as Katie Freudenschuss (keyboards) and Kerstin Sund (guitar). The final concert in the Capitol in Offenbach was streamed live on the internet.

On May 17, 2013 the third single from the album Stardust , Mr. Arrow Key , was released as a download EP, which, in addition to the studio version of the title, contains live recordings that were recorded at the Hamburg concert of the “No One Can Catch Us Tour” .

At the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö , Meyer-Landrut was part of the German jury together with Alina Süggeler , Carolin Niemczyk , Tim Bendzko and Florian Silbereisen . As the jury spokeswoman, she announced the German voting results in the final on May 18, 2013.

In June 2013 Meyer-Landrut took part in a commercial for a shower head newly developed by Stefan Raab and since September 2013 she has been a brand ambassador for the French cosmetics group L'Oréal .

In October 2013 Meyer-Landrut acted (alongside Roger Cicero , Annett Louisan , Stefan Kaminski and Heinz Rudolf Kunze ) as a speaker in the two giraffe radio plays Wir sind da and The Treasure Hunt by Cally Stronk and Steffen Herzberg.

In the animated film Tarzan 3D , which was released in German cinemas in February 2014 , she lent Jane the German voice. The film was awarded the Golden Sparrow in May 2014 . In November 2014, the compilation albums Giraffes 3 and I Love Disney were released, to which Meyer-Landrut contributed cover versions of the film songs Schlaft alle (from Pippi in Taka-Tuka-Land ) and A Whole New World (from Aladdin ).

Meyer-Landrut operates various social media channels, including Twitter, TikTok, Instagram and a YouTube channel, on which she regularly publishes vlogs, music videos and entertainment videos.

2015–2016: Crystal Sky and Carry You Home Tour

Lena at the city festival in Ludwigshafen (2016)

Already in August 2014 she confirmed via Twitter that her fourth studio album will be called Crystal Sky . The first single Traffic Lights was released on May 1, 2015 and the album on May 15, 2015. In September 2015, she released the single Wild and Free , the title song of the film Fack ju Göhte 2 . The song earned her the first place in the top 10 of the German single charts since Stardust, which was released in 2012 .

In October 2015, Lena Meyer-Landrut completed her third tour through six German cities ( Berlin , Hamburg , Leipzig , Stuttgart , Frankfurt am Main and Cologne ). She was supported by the Australian singer-songwriter Kat Vinter in the opening act and as a background singer as well as by Lary (as a guest singer in Berlin, Frankfurt and Cologne) and the The Voice Kids candidates Noah-Levi and Samuel in Berlin. In February 2016 the Carry You Home Tour 2.0 followed, which took them through the following ten German cities and Luxembourg : Hanover , Bielefeld , Erfurt , Munich , Frankfurt , Luxembourg , Bremen , Dortmund , Hamburg , Berlin and Cologne . She was accompanied by the Belgian singer Emma Bale in the opening act and by Jenniffer Kae as a background singer.

On April 8, 2016 she released the single Beat to my Melody as a remix EP. The song was already released on the album Crystal Sky .

In June 2016, Meyer-Landrut flew to the DreamWorks studios in Los Angeles to advertise the animated film Trolls alongside Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick . From the end of August to the beginning of September 2016, the dubbing work for the film took place in Berlin, where Lena lends the German voice to Princess Poppy, the character spoken by Anna Kendrick. The film opened in Germany on October 20, 2016.

Since 2017: Sing my song and Only Love, L

On February 9, 2017, Meyer-Landrut was on the jury alongside Florian Silbereisen and Tim Bendzko in the program Unser Song 2017 , the German preliminary decision for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Ukraine .

On April 14, 2017, Meyer-Landrut published the single Lost in You on the download and streaming portals , in which Nico Santos was involved as co-author and Djorkaeff and Beatzarre as producers. This title took 58th place in the German single charts.

On May 20, 2017, Lena Meyer-Landrut took on Lena Gercke at Schlag den Star and won the show with 68 to 52 points.

From May 23 to July 18, 2017, VOX broadcast the fourth season of Sing my Song - The Exchange Concert , with the focus on the songs of Lena Meyer-Landrut on June 6, which were performed by the participants. In this program, Lena also presented her new song If I Wasn't Your Daughter , which reached number 35 in the German single charts. Immediately after its publication, the song and its content were discussed in the German media.

In August 2017 there was a collaboration with the hip-hop group Genetikk and the streaming service Netflix to promote the TV series Marvel's The Defenders in Germany, resulting in the single Long Live the Gang and a music video.

In September 2017, she supported Chancellor Angela Merkel in the federal election campaign . On her social media accounts, she published a picture that she showed as part of an advertising campaign for the incumbent and with the quote "I love diamond - because she gives women the vision to be anything." was subtitled.

On October 1, 2017, Lena made her catwalk debut as a model at the Le Défilé L'Oréal Paris show at Paris Fashion Week .

In December 2017, Lena completed the End-Of-Chapter-One-Tour, on which there were guest appearances by Mark Forster , Michael Patrick Kelly , Genetikk and Moses Pelham .

In June 2018 there was a collaboration project with Topic and Juan Magán , in which the single Sólo Contigo was released.

The single Thank You was released on November 16, 2018, and the accompanying music video on November 29, 2018. Contributors include Christoph Amend , editor of the weekly newspaper Die Zeit and Danyiom Mesmer, winner of the second season of The Voice Kids. Meyer-Landrut addresses bullying in this song.

In 2019 Lena returned to The Voice Kids as a coach.

On March 15, 2019, the single Don't lie to me was released from the fifth studio album Only Love, L , which was released on April 5, 2019. On April 11, 2019, the film Willkommen im Wunder Park was released in German cinemas. In this American-Spanish animated film, Lena lends the main character June the German voice. In April and May 2019, the summer collection campaign Selected by with the Swedish textile retailer H&M caused violent criticism of Lena from opponents of H & M's manufacturing practices.

The music video for Boundaries , directed by Björn Dunne , was released on May 17, 2019 . It was created as a campaign with 20th Century Fox to market the movie X-Men: Dark Phoenix in Germany and contains excerpts from the film.

On August 16, 2019, the duet Better with Nico Santos was released. In November 2019, Lena was nominated for the audience Bambi , but this went to Max Giesinger in the audience vote .

On December 6, 2019, she released a new version of her album (More Love Edition).


Studio albums

year Title
music label
Top ranking, total weeks, awardChart placementsChart placementsTemplate: chart table / maintenance / without sources
(Year, title, music label , placements, weeks, awards, notes)
2010 My Cassette Player
Universal Music
Quintuple gold
× 5
Quintuple gold

(44 weeks)DE
AT1 (18 weeks)
CH3 (18 weeks)
First published: May 7, 2010
Sales: + 500,000
2011 Good News
Universal Music

(22 weeks)DE
AT7 (11 weeks)
CH15 (14 weeks)
First published: February 7th, 2011
Sales: + 200,000
2012 Stardust
Universal Music

(22 weeks)DE
AT14 (8 weeks)
CH31 (1 week)
First published: October 12, 2012
Sales: + 100,000
2015 Crystal Sky
Polydor / Iceland
DE2 (18 weeks)
AT25 (2 weeks)
CH40 (1 week)
First published: May 15, 2015
2019 Only Love, L
Universal Music
DE2 (24 weeks)
AT4 (10 weeks)
CH14 (4 weeks)
First published: April 5, 2019


Lena at her final concert of the Carry-You-Home- Tour at the Gloria Theater Cologne, 2015
  • Lena Live Tour (2011)
  • No One Can Catch Us Tour (2013)
  • Carry You Home Tour (2015)
  • Carry You Home Tour 2.0 (2016)
  • End Of Chapter One Tour (2017)
  • Only Love Tour (2019)


Lena at the Berlinale 2017



Guest appearances

Voice actress

Radio plays

  • 2014: Tarzan - the original radio play for the movie , Edel: Kids
  • 2016: Trolls - the original radio play for the movie , Edel: Kids
  • 2019: Welcome to Wunder Park - The original radio play for the movie , Edel: Kids
  • 2020: Trolls World Tour - The original radio play for the movie , Edel: Kids

Awards and nominations

Lena with her 1LIVE crown as Best Artist (2015)




  • Golden Camera in the Best National Music category
  • Echo in the categories Most Successful Newcomer National and Most Successful Artist National
  • Comet in the Best Artist category
  • MTV Europe Music Awards in the categories Best German Act and Best European Act
  • ESC Radio Awards 2011 in the Best Female Act category


  • MTV Germany : Annual voting in the Queen of Pop category 2011 (audience vote)






  • Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2019 in the categories Favorite Singer Germany, Austria and Switzerland and Favorite Cast Germany, Austria and Switzerland with "The Voice Kids"
  • Education award from Ansbach University
  • Bravo Otto in silver in the national singer category


  • Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2020 in the categories Favorite Singer Germany, Austria and Switzerland , Favorite Earwig Germany, Austria and Switzerland for Better (with Nico Santos) and Favorite Cast Germany, Austria and Switzerland for The Voice Kids 2020 Coaches (with Max Giesinger, your friends and Sasha)



  • Comet in the Best Starter category
  • Golden Henne: Readers' Award of Superillu , Category: Music
  • Bravo Otto in the Super Singer category


  • Echo in the categories Album of the Year for My Cassette Player , Hit of the Year National or International for Satellite , Radio-Echo for Satellite
  • Comet in the Best Song category
  • MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Global Act
  • 1 Live Krone : Best single Taken by a Stranger


  • European Music Award Sound in the Pop Germany category
  • Echo in the categories Most Successful Artist National Rock / Pop and Best Video National
  • 1 Live Krone: Best Single (Stardust)




  • Golden Camera in the Most Popular German Music Act category
  • ECHO in the category Artist Rock / Pop National



  • Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2019 in the Favorite Big Kid category Germany, Austria and Switzerland
  • Bambi in the category: Bambi for the public
  • 1 live crown in the category "Best Artist"
  • 1 live crown in the "Best Single" category for Better (with Nico Santos)


  • Hubert Bücken (Ed.): Our Lena. A girl enchants Europe . Zeitgeist Media, Düsseldorf 2010, ISBN 978-3-934046-21-4 .
  • Michael Fuchs-Gamböck , Thorsten Schatz : Lena - Just get out and live! (=  Heyne . Band 64048 ). Heyne, Munich 2010, ISBN 978-3-453-64048-1 .
  • Pamela Runkel: Lovely Lena - With “Satellite” to the stars . Lingen, Düsseldorf 2010, ISBN 978-3-941118-48-5 .
  • Ralf Steckert: Standardized feeling. Robert Enke and Lena Meyer-Landrut in the crisis. In: P. Villa, J. Jäckel, Z. Pfeiffer, N. Sanitter, R. Steckert (Eds.): Banale Fights? Perspectives on Popular Culture and Gender. Springer VS, Bielefeld 2012, ISBN 978-3-531-18213-1 , pp. 175-193.
  • Christoph Amend : How are you, Germany ?: What happened to the country where I grew up . Rowohlt Buchverlag, Hamburg 2019, ISBN 978-3-498-00139-1 .

Web links

Commons : Lena Meyer-Landrut  - Collection of images

Individual evidence

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