The career of Edsilia Rombley started in 1995, with Gracia Gorré, Karima Lemghari and Susan Haps in the group called Dignity. A year later the singles “Talk To Me” and “Hold Me” from the compilation album “No Sweat” entered the charts. In 1996, Edsilia won the final of the European Soundmix Show. She left Dignity in 1997, to start a solo career, released her first solo single “Baby It’s You”. In 1997 she recorded her first album “Thuis”. In 1998, Edsilia competed in the Eurovision Song Contest, where she gained 150 points and placed 4th with the song “Hemel en aarde”. This was the best result the Netherlands had achieved since their win in 1975 with Teach In. In 2007 she participated again in the Eurovision Song Contest, but did not reach the Final. In 2020, she hosts the Eurovision Song Contest.