Kalomira Sarantis

Pop Singer

Kalomira Sarantis was born in West Hempstead, New York, United States on January 31st, 1985 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 39, Kalomira Sarantis biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 31, 1985
United States
Place of Birth
West Hempstead, New York, United States
39 years old
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Model, Singer
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Kalomira Sarantis Life

Maria Kalomira Carol Sarantis (born January 31, 1985), also known as Kalomira, is a Greek-American singer, guitarist, actor, and television presenter.

She first appeared on Long Island, New York, in 2003, after winning the Greek talent competition Fame Story.

She has since released four studio albums, represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008, and appeared on various television programs.

Early life

Maria Kalomira Sarantis was born in West Hempstead, New York, on Long Island, on January 31, 1985. Her parents, Nikos and Eleni Sarantis, are known to her immediate family as Carol (her childhood nickname). She had aspired to be a pop star from the start. She studied violin for nine years and was active in the school orchestra. Miss West Hempstead (Homecoming Queen) at her high school in 2003. She won second place in a music competition run by WBLI Radio in 2003. Jessica Simpson, LL Cool J, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Michelle Branch, and Nick Lachey appeared on several live shows following her appearance.

Personal life

She married real estate developer George Boosalis on September 26 at Saint Paul Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Hempstead, New York. In December 2012, Kalomira gave birth to two twin boys. In July 2016, she gave birth to a baby for the fourth time in four years.


Kalomira Sarantis Career


Kalomira auditioned for Antenna's reality singing competition Fame Story 2, a licensed extension of the Star Academy franchise, in New York City. She was one of two finalists chosen from a total of over 200 auditions in New York. Despite speaking mainly English and not fluently, Kalomira went to Greece after finishing one semester of college at Adelphi University, where she was a music major with a scholarship. Kalomira's first appearance and her first attempt at singing began. Kalomira won the competition, earned 200,000 euros, and a Heaven Music recording deal.

From July 8 to August 14, Kalomira appeared in FOCUS in Thessaloniki's FOCUS. She was recording her first album by day, when entertaining audiences by night. Kalomira's presence on NBC's "Today Show" and "Access Hollywood" during the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, UPN's Greek Parade, where she sang live and was interviewed, Fox News, and a number of other television and online publications. Kalomira, the artist's debuting of a 15-track debut on September 1, 2004, went gold. She travelled around Greece with the rest of the "Fame Story" participants, as well as appearances in Athens' "Thalassa." Despina Vandi and Thanos Petrelis both finished their seasons at the REX studio in the same year. Kalomira received positive feedback from critics and was named "Best Newcomer" by Life and Style magazine. Also in 2004, she appeared in the longest-running Greek television drama series Lampsi, in which veteran director Nikos Foskolos likened her to Aliki Vougiouklaki. In addition, Kalomira performed twice in Herodium Theatre as a surprise cake for Dionysis Savvopoulos' birthday, and she performed "Happy Birthday Mr. President" by Marilyn Monroe.

Kalomira's second album, Paizeis, was released in 2005.

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There are 12 songs on the site, two of which were written and composed by her. Elli Kokkinou, Andreas Stamos, and Constantinos Christoforou also agreed to appear at the Piraeus 130 music festival with her. In comparison to songs from her first and second albums, she included covers of songs including "Scandalous," "Don't Cha," and "Don't Phunk with My Heart." On April 11, 2005, she appeared as a special guest on the first live concert of the first season of Star Academy Bulgaria.

Kalomira was the female co-hostes on the hit Sunday night show Pio Poli Tin Kiriaki with Grigoris Arnaoutoglou on Mega Channel in the fall of 2006. She released I Kalomira Paei Cinema in December (Kalomira Goes to the Cinema).

In the 2008 National Final to represent Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008, Heaven Music selected Kalomira to be their contestant. Kalomira performed "Secret Combination," a Konstantinos Pantzis-produced Greek feel with lyrics by Poseidonas Giannopoulos. The song has a "American production" feel to it. Kalomira won the National Final of "Secret Combination" on February 27, 2008, and represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. Kalomira went on a pre-Eurovision tour and toured many Eurovision countries between March and April to promote the song.

Kalomira fared well in the first semifinal, which took first place on May 20, 2008. In an interview with Eleni Menegaki, she said that above all, she wanted the Greek people to be proud of the achievement.

Kalomira revealed on her online diary that she recorded her new album in Greece between September and October 2007. The album, titled Secret Combination the Album, was released on May 29, 2008, and it contained songs in both Greek and English, as well as her Eurovision entry "Secret Combination." Master Tempo's "Secret Combination" is also available as a bonus rap remix. Konstantinos Pantzis, Tasos Vougiatzis, and Sunny X are among the writers' books to be included in the book's promotion. She concentrated on television shows, especially the Greek version of the game show Big in Japan, which attracted 12 contestants.

Kalomira would be featured in a series of advertisements promoting Domino's Pizza in Greece in January 2010. Kalomira's contract with Heaven Music ended in March 2010. Fatman Scoop, an American rapper, appeared on her next album "Please Don't Break My Heart" (please don't break my heart). The video was shot in Turkey and premiered on Rythmos 94.9.

"This Is The Time" was her most recent and last pop song of Heaven Music in June 2011, only months after a music video premiered in July. "Bring in 2012 with Kalomira was a rage cause" on December 31, according to Kalomira. "For Greek Orthodox Christians in Washington, D.C." Her latest single was released on February 22, 2012, but it was only for her husband's music company "Hot Kiss Records LLC" and "Other Side Tonight." GMoney and Jeremy Beaber wrote the song. Kalomira was unveiled in Canada on March 2nd by Australian comedian Angelo Tsarouchas, a beauty pageant Greek Beauty Pageant.

Kalomira returned from her break on October 17, 2013, after she had given birth to two boys. After 2 and a half years since her last appearance, Kalomira returned to Greece in March 2014. She appeared in numerous television and magazines, and she appeared in the national final of Greece's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.

She first began performing in the United States and began touring around the country. In Philadelphia, Greece and Nigeria hosted the first stop, where she performed the Greek national anthem and several songs. "St. Nicholas Greek Folk Festival 2014, featuring: Kalomira!" performed for the first time in Baltimore on June 6. On July 23, she appeared in New York City at "The Loukoumi make a difference foundation." Anna Vissi, Gloria Gaynor, Constantine Maroulis, and Olympia Doukakis appeared together.

In a recent interview, Kalomira said that she began playing music when she was eighteen and half years old. Over the course of more than ten years, she has expressed herself through her music. Her music reflects what she has gone through in her life.

Kalomira appeared on MAD VMA 2015, performing a new summer song called "This Is Summer," which Panik Records released. She did television interviews and migrated to the United States before giving birth to her third child, a girl, in parallel. She made the highly awaited Christmas single, "Ayta Ta Hristougenna"/ "Christmas Time," by her previous record label Heaven Music in December 2016. Kalomira appeared on the backstage of the upcoming music talent competition Show Rising Star to be a TV host.