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Siranush Harutyunyan (Սիրուշո) (born on January 7, 1987 in Yerevan, Armenia), is a pop singer, best known for representing Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008, in Belgrade, Serbia, with the song "Qele, qele", where she came 4th in the final. Sirusho's first appearance in front of audience was in Canada, when she was seven years old. At the age of nine, she received an award for her song "Lusabats". She took piano lessons in a musical school named after Sayat-Nova. She currently studies diplomacy at the Yerevan State University. Sirusho is the daughter of the famous Armenian singer Susan Margaryan. Her first, self-titled album was released in 2000, and the second one, "Sheram", was released in 2005. It contained 10 songs of gusan Sheram. At the first Armenian National Music Awards ceremony, she won several awards: Future of Armenian music, Best album and Best female performer. Her third album, "Hima", was released in 2007. Her latest album, "Havatum em", was released in 2010. Sirusho was the Armenian spokesperson in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. She represented her country in the contest the following year, with the song "Qele qele", which came 4th in the final, with a total of 199 points. Sirusho has toured in many countries and has spread Armenian pop and folk music in Canada, USA, Syria, Iran, France, Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Germany, Lebanon, Russia, Turkey, Georgia, Jordan, Egypt, etc. For the past four years, she has consecutively been awarded as the Best female artist in Armenia (2005), Best female artist in Russia (among the Armenian population) (2006), Best female artist in the USA (among the Armenian population) (2007), and Best female artist (2007) (Armenian Golden Star Awards). Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.