Duncan de Moor (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdʏŋkən də moːr]; born 11 April 1994), known professionally as Duncan Laurence, is a Dutch singer-songwriter. He represented the Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with his song "Arcade" and went on to win the competition, giving the Netherlands its first Eurovision win since 1975. "Arcade" became one of the most successful Eurovision Song Contest winning entries on streaming platforms and international charts in recent history. Prior to Eurovision, Laurence was a semi-finalist in the fifth season of The Voice of Holland.
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Dutch singer best known for her victory in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Arcade." He then went on to compete in The Voice of Holland's fifth season.
He was born and raised in Spijkenisse, Netherlands.
He began his musical career by studying at the Tilburg Rock Academy. Before graduating from the school in 2017, he worked for a number of different brands.
He is also known for having co-written the song "Closer" with Jihad Rahmouni for the K-Pop duo TVXQ.
As a contestant on the fifth season of The Voice of Holland, he was teamed up with coach Ilse Delange .
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● Duncan Laurence was born on April 11, 1994 (age 28) in Spijkenisse, Netherlands ● He is a celebrity singer
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