Artist Profile

Kati Wolf

Artist Profile


Kati Wolf

Kati’s career began at the age of seven when she sang the opening track for Vuk, a Hungarian animated film. She continued to study music before starting to receive recognition following her appearance on the Hungarian version of The X Factor back in 2010. She finished the competition in 6th place and went on to be chosen to represent Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011.

In the contest in Dusseldorf, Kati performed her song “What About My Dreams?” which was a fan favourite leading up to the show. She became the first act to reach the final for Hungary in 4 years before eventually finishing in 22nd place, receiving 12 points from Finland.

The following year she returned to the selection show “A Dal” as a judge. She once again returned to the competition in 2015 as a contestant, she reached the final again with the song “Ne engedj el”.

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Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest

Hungary debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994, they were represented by Friderika Bayer and the song “Kinek mondjam el vetkeimet”. She went on to finish in 4th place scoring a total of 122 points and four sets of 12 points. This result remains’ Hungary’s best in their history in the contest. Hungary participated from 1994 to 1994 before withdrawing until 2005, the country didn’t return again until 2008. Hungary then once again withdrew in 2010 before returning in 2011. Since their return in 2011 Hungary has qualified for the final every year. | Find out more about this artist and others like them at

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