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Aalto is also known for her prolific career as a voice actress, dubbing animated and live-action media for the Finnish audience. Most notably, she's the Finnish voice of Anna in Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' franchise, and also voiced the title character of 2010's ''Film/{{Alice in Wonderland|2010}}''.

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Aalto is also known for her prolific career as a voice actress, dubbing animated and live-action media for the Finnish audience. Most notably, she's the Finnish voice of Anna in Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' franchise, and also voiced the title character of 2010's ''Film/{{Alice in Wonderland|2010}}''.



* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' (2013) as Anna (Finnish dub)
** ''Disney/FrozenFever'' (2015)
** ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' (2017)

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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen|2013}}'' (2013) as Anna (Finnish dub)
** ''Disney/FrozenFever'' ''WesternAnimation/FrozenFever'' (2015)
** ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' ''WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' (2017)


'''Saara Aalto''' (born 2 May 1987) is a Finnish singer-songwriter and voice actress.

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'''Saara Aalto''' Saara Sofia Aalto (born 2 May 1987) is a Finnish singer-songwriter and voice actress.


Aalto is also known for her prolific career as a voice actress, dubbing animated and live-action media for the Finnish audience. Most notably, she's the Finnish voice of Anna in Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}}'' franchise, and also voiced the title character of 2010's ''Film/{{Alice in Wonderland|2010}}''.

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Aalto is also known for her prolific career as a voice actress, dubbing animated and live-action media for the Finnish audience. Most notably, she's the Finnish voice of Anna in Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}}'' ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' franchise, and also voiced the title character of 2010's ''Film/{{Alice in Wonderland|2010}}''.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}}'' (2013) as Anna (Finnish dub)
** ''WesternAnimation/FrozenFever'' (2015)
** ''WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' (2017)

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}}'' ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' (2013) as Anna (Finnish dub)
** ''WesternAnimation/FrozenFever'' ''Disney/FrozenFever'' (2015)
** ''WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' (2017)


After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she performed a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which were then voted on and chosen by the Finnish public: the winning one was the song "Monsters". She flew the Finnish flag in Lisbon, managed to get out of the first semi-final but came in second-to-last place during the grand final.

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After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she performed a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which were then voted on and chosen by the Finnish public: the winning one was the song "Monsters". She flew the Finnish flag in Lisbon, managed to get out of qualify from the first semi-final (the first Finnish act to do so since Softengine in 2014) but came in second-to-last place during the grand final.


After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she performed a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which were then voted on and chosen by the Finnish public: the winning one was the song "Monsters".

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After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she performed a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which were then voted on and chosen by the Finnish public: the winning one was the song "Monsters".
"Monsters". She flew the Finnish flag in Lisbon, managed to get out of the first semi-final but came in second-to-last place during the grand final.



* AlwaysSecondBest: To the point of becoming a RunningGag of sorts. She ended up in second place on ''The Voice of Finland'', ''The X Factor UK'' and ''UMK''. At the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest she thankfully qualified from the first semi-final, but she joked on the fact that she was announced second-to-last and when she drew which half of the final to perform in, she got the second one!

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* AlwaysSecondBest: To the point of becoming a RunningGag of sorts. She ended up in second place on ''The Voice of Finland'', ''The X Factor UK'' and ''UMK''. At the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest she thankfully qualified from the first semi-final, but she joked on the fact that she was announced second-to-last and when she drew which half of the final to perform in, she got the second one!one!
** And, in the grand final, she ended up second-to-last, leaving behind only host Portugal.


After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she will perform a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which will then be voted on and chosen by the Finnish public.

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After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she will perform performed a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which will were then be voted on and chosen by the Finnish public.
public: the winning one was the song "Monsters".



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* AlwaysSecondBest: To the point of becoming a RunningGag of sorts. She ended up in second place on ''The Voice of Finland'', ''The X Factor UK'' and ''UMK''. At the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest she thankfully qualified from the first semi-final, but she joked on the fact that she was announced second-to-last and when she drew which half of the final to perform in, she got the second one!

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'''Saara Aalto''' (born 2 May 1987) is a Finnish singer-songwriter and voice actress.

After an initial showing on Finland's ''[[Series/BritainsGotTalent Got Talent]]'' in 2007, Aalto entered public consciousness as a contestant on ''[[Series/TheVoice The Voice of Finland]]'' in 2012, where she ultimately finished second. She later competed on the British ''[[Series/TheXFactor X Factor]]'' in 2016, as one of [[Series/TheOsbournes Sharon Osbourne]]'s Over-25s, and finished there as runner-up as well. Because of her performance in the latter, she was tapped to become a judge on Finland's own version of ''X Factor'' in 2018.

After a failed bid to represent Finland at the Series/EurovisionSongContest in 2016, Aalto was later confirmed to be her country's entrant for the 2018 edition, eschewing the usual competition format of ''Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu'' in favor of being internally selected by the Finnish committee. Instead, she will perform a selection of three potential songs to be entered at Eurovision, which will then be voted on and chosen by the Finnish public.

Aalto is also known for her prolific career as a voice actress, dubbing animated and live-action media for the Finnish audience. Most notably, she's the Finnish voice of Anna in Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}}'' franchise, and also voiced the title character of 2010's ''Film/{{Alice in Wonderland|2010}}''.

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!! Selected filmography:
* ''[[Series/BritainsGotTalent Talent Suomi]]'' (2007) {{as herself}}
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfDespereaux'' (2008) as Princess Pea (Finnish dub)
* ''Film/{{Alice in Wonderland|2010}}'' (2010) as Alice (Finnish dub)
* ''Anime/FromUpOnPoppyHill'' (2011) as Umi (Finnish dub)
* ''WesternAnimation/BubbleGuppies'' (2011 -- present) as Molly (Finnish dub)
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' (2011 -- 2014) as Iris (Finnish dub)
* ''[[Series/TheVoice The Voice of Finland]]'' (2012) {{as herself}}
* ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians'' (2012) as Tooth Fairy (Finnish dub)
* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' (2012 -- present) as Musa (Finnish dub)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}}'' (2013) as Anna (Finnish dub)
** ''WesternAnimation/FrozenFever'' (2015)
** ''WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' (2017)
* ''WesternAnimation/HeyDuggee'' as Norrie (Finnish dub)
* ''Series/TheXFactor'' (2016) {{as herself}}
* ''Series/EurovisionSongContest'' (2018) {{as herself}}
* ''X Factor Suomi'' (2018) {{as herself}} (judge)
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!! Discography:
* ''Blessed with Love'' (2011)
* ''Enkeleitä Angels'' (2011)
* ''You Had My Heart'' (2013)
* ''Ai De Zhu Fu'' (2013)
* ''Tonight'' (with Teemu Roivainen; 2015)
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