Sertab Erener (born 4 December 1964) is a Turkish singer, better known outside her native country for winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 2003 with the song "Everyway that I Can", giving Turkey its first and only Eurovision victory in the process. She boasts a 25-year-long musical career in which she also collaborated in the Turkish dubs of Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
- Sakin Ol! (1992)
- Lâl (1994)
- Sertab Gibi (1996)
- Sertab Erener (1999)
- No Boundaries (2004)
- Aşk Ölmez (2005)
- Regârenk (2010)
- Ey Şûh-i Sertab (2012)
- Sade (2013)
- Kırık Kalpler Albümü (2016)
Tropes seen or associated to her work:
- Belly Dancer: Her Eurovision performance featured a belly dance routine. When she served as the opening act the next year in Istanbul (picture above), she reprised the routine with male dancers.
- Flower Motifs: Roses, in the music video for "Everyway that I Can".
- Dark Horse Victory: The early Eurovision odds placed Sertab far behind Russia's t.A.T.u., but she ended up narrowly beating Belgium's Urban Trad for the crown, while the Russians settled for third.