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Glennis Grace

Glennis Grace

Glenda Hulita Elisabeth Batta
(1978-06-19) 19 June 1978

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Occupation Recording artist
Years active 1994–present
Partner(s) Moos Majri (2006–12)
Children 1
Website .nl.glennismusicwww

Glennis Grace (born as Glenda Hulita Elisabeth Batta, 19 June 1978, Amsterdam) is a singer from the Netherlands who in 2005 won the national selection in the Netherlands for the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 for the nation. Grace's song was the ballad My Impossible Dream, but she did not advance the semifinal. She was discovered after she won a Dutch TV talent show where she performed Whitney Houston's "One Moment in Time". In April 2011 she reached the top of the Dutch singles chart with a rendition of "Afscheid", originally made famous by Volumia!


Year Title Single Chart positions
Single Top 100 Dutch Top 40
1994 "I'm Gonna Be Strong" 13 13
1995 "Somewhere In Time" 46 -
1995 "Goodbye (A Love Triangle)" 74 -
2002 "Always On My Mind" 43 -
2003 "Absolutely Not" 68 -
2005 "My Impossible Dream" 15 26
2005 "Shake Up The Party" 33 -
2007 "Hoe" 33 -
2008 "Dansen Met Het Leven" 40 -
2008 "Als Je Slaapt" 9 -
2010 "Als Je Mij Weer Aankijkt" 22 -
2011 "Afscheid" 1 2
2011 "Always" 26 -
2011 "Wil je niet nog 1 nacht" 3 5
2012 "Ik ben niet van jou" 59 -
Year Title Album Chart positions
Album Top 100
1995 "Real Emotion" -
2004 "Secrets Of My Soul" -
2005 "My Impossible Dream" 28
2008 "Glennis" 32
2011 "One Moment In Time" 26
2011 "One Night Only" 2
2012 "This Is My Voice" 2

External links

  • Official homepage (Dutch)
  • Glennis Grace on Twitter
  • Glennis Grace at the Internet Movie Database
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
with "Without You"
Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with "Amambanda"
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