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Born Christoff de Bolle on June 18, 1976, Belgian pop crooner Christoff became one of his nation's best-known exports — continentally speaking — by appearing twice as representative of his nation in the Eurovision Song Contest, in 1993 and 2002. As a solo artist, he first hit the charts in 1990, with the single "I Feel So Good." More success was found in partnership with his sister — also a famous pop singer — Lindsay. Their 1990 duets together, "Love Is More Than One Word" and "Through Rain and Wind," flirted with the upper reaches of the charts. After the Eurovision competition in 1993, Christoff went back to selling singles in Belgium, and for the next decade was a regular hitmaker, including another — this time reaching the Top Five — hit single with sister Lindsay. His tenth anniversary as a performer, in 2001, was marked with the release of a compilation and another hit single. Christoff reappeared in the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest, but unfortunately he did not make the finals. More hits continued for the blond-haired, blue-eyed vocalist, and in 2007 Christoff had another hit album in the stores, entitled Blauwe Ogen (Blue Eyes).