Jelena Karleuša Tošić is a Serbian singer and media personality. Born and raised in Belgrade, she rose to prominence in the mid-1990s upon her debut record Nada Frejd. Collectively, Karleuša has released ten studio albums to date and has held two big scale concerts: All About Diva and Viva la Diva Show; in front of 15,000 and 40,000 fans, respectively. Having sold over million records, while also being one of the highest-earning regional performers, she is regarded as one of the most popular Serbian artists. Additionally, Karleuša has been a judge and mentor on the popular televised singing contest Zvezde Granda since 2015. Recognized as a fashion icon, she has also developed a strong social media presence through her personal style, becoming the first Serbian woman, and second person overall after Novak Djokovic, to reach one million followers on Instagram.
|Born:||August 17, 1978, Belgrade, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia|
|Other names:||Dje Kej, Diva|
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About Jelena Karleusa
Serbian pop singer and columnist who became popular after releasing her debut turbo-folk album, Ogledalce, in 1995. She became a judge on the singing competition Zvezde Granda in 2015.
Her debut album sold upwards of 100,000 copies across Serbia and Montenegro, establishing her as a true pop star. She went on to have several chart hits, collaborating with Marina Tucaković much of the time.
She remixed the song "Dance Pe Chance" from the movie Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and titled it "Insomnia." She released it on her website on December 30, 2009 and by the next day, it had been downloaded 1.5 million times.
She was married for two months to Bojan Karić. She then wed Serbian football player Dusko Tosic in 2008. She named her daughters Athena and Nika after the Greek goddesses of war and victory, Athena and Nike.
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