Eva Avila
Canadian reality TV participant
Eva Avila
Eva Avila is a singer and songwriter. She won the fourth season of the CTV reality show Canadian Idol in 2006.
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Grand spectacle, petite foule - Cyberpresse
Google News - over 5 years
Hier soir, on a pu entendre Jean-François Bastien, Martin Giroux, Eva Avila, Marie-Denise Pelletier, Matt Laurent, et autres, prêter leur voix à la célèbre musique du non moins célèbre groupe britannique dans un déploiement très imposant
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Une avocate gatinoise à Occupation double - Cyberpresse
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En 2006, M. Bureau s'était rendu à Toronto pour assister à la grande finale de Canadian Idol, remportée cette année-là par la Gatinoise Eva Avila. Quant à savoir s'il appuiera d'une façon ou d'une autre Mme De Rop lors de son aventure télévisuelle,
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Classique de canots: une tradition du patrimoine mauricien - L'Hebdo Mékinac Des Chenaux
Google News - over 5 years
Autour d'eux se greffe une multitude d'artistes invités, comme Marie-Denise Pelletier, Jean-François Bastien, Eva Avila, Hugo Lapointe et Marc Déry. Le premier soir (vendredi à 19h), les spectateurs auront droit à une reconstitution du spectacle The
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The Wall, comme si vous y étiez en 1980... - Nouvelliste
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Et comme épicurien, je veux servir quelque chose de raffiné, de pur et d'excitant», continue l'instigateur du projet qui réunira à Shawinigan les Marie-Denise Pelletier, Marc Déry, Eva Avila, Alexandre Désilets, Martin Giroux, Stéphanie Bédard,
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ZPN au Festival des arts de Saint-Sauveur - Journal Le Nord
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Sacrifices », qui compte une liste impressionnante de collaborateurs dont Eva Avila, est un album percutant qui connaît un franc succès. Avec son nouvel opus, sorti en avril dernier, ZPN continue de faire réfléchir le monde sur le racisme, la guerre,
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Lawyerpress celebra su IV Jornada de Marketing y Comunicación en los despachos ... - Lawyer Press
Google News - over 5 years
... añade Hans A. Böck. La responsable de Redes Sociales y Comunicación 2.0 de Lawyerpress, Eva Ávila, tuvo que contestar a una amplia lista de preguntas desde los despachos que intentan definir una estrategia para su presencia en las redes
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Fête nationale 2011: nos suggestions de spectacles - Showbizz.net
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À St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, au Parc Wilfrid-Laurier, Richard Petit et ses Vikings accueilleront Michel Pagliaro, Marc Déry, Gabrielle Destroismaisons, Wilfred Lebouthiller, Stéphanie Bédard, Eva Avila, Martin Giroux et Jean-François Bastien
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School essay on Idol Ryan Malcolm saved from spring-cleaning purge - EMC Frontenac
Google News - over 5 years
After Ryan, there were other Idol winners, but you probably don't remember their names - Kalan Porter, Melissa O'Neil, Eva Avila, Brian Melo and Theo Tams. Canadian Idol never took off like American Idol and one summer, there just wasn't a Canadian
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Les Vikings à la Classique - Cyberpresse
Google News - almost 6 years
À Shawinigan, les spectateurs pourront voir et entendre Marie-Denise Pelletier, Marc Déry, Eva Avila, Alexandre Désilets, Martin Giroux, Stéphanie Bédard, Blacky et Jean-François Bastien. En point de presse, en visio-conférence, Richard Petit
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Du Pink Floyd pour une bonne cause - Métro Montréal
Google News - almost 6 years
Des artistes tels que Martin Deschamps, Hugo Lapointe, Marie-Denise Pelletier, Eva Avila et Vincent Peake (Groovy Aaardvark) se sont succédé sur scène pour interpréter les succès du célèbre opus du groupe britannique. Ne s'attaque pas à Pink Floyd qui
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Concert-bénéfice pour la lutte contre le cancer - Canoë
Google News - almost 6 years
Sur la scène, les amateurs retrouveront Martin Deschamps, Marie Denise Pelletier, Stéphanie Bédard, Patrick Bourgeois (des BB), Jean-François Bastien, Martin Giroux, Eva Avila, Alexandre Désilets, Hugo Lapointe…, pour ne nommer que ceux-là
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Eva Avila
    TWENTIES
  • 2016
    Age 28
    On August 19, 2016, Avila sang the National Anthem at the Ottawa REDBLACKS game against the Montreal Alouettes.
    More Details Hide Details The following is a complete discography of every album and single released by Avila. 2007: Somewhere Else Tour2009: I Am... Tour (support act) Cholette and Proulx, two politicians who appeared at the Canadian Idol final, published a full page newspaper ad to ask local residents to vote for Avila. This drew criticism from local residents, who claimed it was a waste of taxpayers' money. It was later ruled that the two politicians had to pay the costs. Avila's name was mentioned in the Outaouais Parti Québécois 2007 election platform recognizing local culture, including Avila and Pierre Lapointe. After complaints from her record company, Sony BMG, the party decided to remove her name.
  • 2015
    Age 27
    In 2015, Avila recorded "Unidos Sono Mas", the Spanish language version of the theme song for the 2015 Pan American Games.
    More Details Hide Details It was one of three versions of the song, alongside Serena Ryder's English-language "Together We Are One" and Jasmine Denham's French "Ensemble on est immense".
  • 2013
    Age 25
    On October 15, 2013, Avila released "Bitter Meets Sweet", the first single from her EP Never Get Enough, released on May 5th, 2015.
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  • 2011
    Age 23
    Eva Avila sang the National Anthem and performed at the halftime show at the Montreal Alouettes' home opener on June 29, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details She sang three songs, including "I Owe It All to You".
  • 2010
    Age 22
    She also performed at the 2010 Winter Olympics closing ceremony on February 28, 2010.
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  • 2009
    Age 21
    She recently performed at the Virgin Festival 2009 in Montreal.
    More Details Hide Details She was the third act.
    In late March 2009, Avila was the support act for the four Canadian dates of Beyoncé Knowles' I Am...
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    If the album was released and well received in America, Avila stated that she hoped to extend the album's supportive tour into the U.S. When released in Canada on October 28, Eva's second album, Give Me the Music, hit the national albums chart at number 63, a surprisingly low debut considering the lead single had peaked at number 21 on the Canadian Hot 100. "Damned", the second single from the album debuted on the Hot 100 in January 2009 and peaked at number 83.
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  • 2008
    Age 20
    Following the success of her debut album, Avila returned to the recording studio in Toronto to begin work on her second album. On August 9, 2008, she announced on Canada's eTalk that the first single to be taken from her second album would be called "Give Me The Music", composed by Matrax Production and written by Frankie Storm, Tee Marie a.k.a.
    More Details Hide Details Tanya Miller of (Tha Kopi Writz) and Shaun Johnson and would be released on September 2, with the album of the same name following on October 28. She also stated that the record label, Sony BMG Canada were hoping to make the record her first American release.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2007
    Age 19
    The third and final single from Avila's album, "Fallin' for You" was released in April 2007 and peaked at number thirty-five.
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    Eva and her Canadian Idol predecessor, Melissa O'Neil, were both nominated for the 2007 Juno Award for Best New Artist, but Tomi Swick won the award.
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    Also in 2007, she participated on the hip hop compilation Les 40 Voleurs with La Dynastie on the song "La Fausse Raison".
    More Details Hide Details Eva also recorded the song "Canada (You're a Lifetime Journey)", the finale tune to the film O Canada!, which is shown at the Canadian pavilion in Epcot in Orlando, Florida.
    On March 26, 2007, eTalk confirmed that Avila would be the new face of Maybelline New York, making her the first Canadian to be a face for the brand.
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  • 2006
    Age 18
    On November 19, 2006, Avila performed the national anthem at the 94th Grey Cup game in Winnipeg.
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    Avila's debut album, Somewhere Else, was released on November 14, 2006, and debuted at number 6 on the Canadian albums chart, selling 16,000 copies in its first week.
    More Details Hide Details The second single from the album, "I Owe It All To You", peaked at number nine.
    Avila started the 2006 NHL season on October 4 when she performed the Canadian national anthem at the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators game.
    More Details Hide Details She performed the anthem again before another Battle of Ontario game at the Scotiabank Place on October 26 following an autograph session on the same afternoon at Gatineau's Les Galeries de Hull shopping centre.
    On October 5, 2006, the CTV television network reported that Avila has signed a modelling contract with Ford Model.
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    However, on September 16, 2006, Eva Avila was crowned as the fourth Canadian Idol winner, defeating Craig Sharpe by a margin of only 131,000 votes or 3%.
    More Details Hide Details To date, she is one of only five singers from Quebec or Francophone Canada to crack the top ten and the first to win the event: Season one's Audrey de Montigny was the first to reach the top ten, Steffi DiDomenicantonio in season four, Khalila Glanville in season five and Katherine St-Laurent in season six. Hours after her victory, Avila signed with the Sony BMG Canada record label and released her first single "Meant to Fly", which debuted at number one on the Canadian singles chart, a position it held for a huge nine weeks. The single was eventually certified double platinum.
    In early 2006, Avila auditioned for the fourth season of Canadian Idol in Ottawa.
    More Details Hide Details She advanced into the top 10, and then she made it to the final two of the competition. During the final show, hundreds of Avila's supporters were gathered at Gatineau City Hall while Canadian Idol crews were filming scenes occasionally during the show. Several local politicians such as Gatineau mayor Marc Bureau, Hull—Aylmer federal MP Marcel Proulx, as well as Hull provincial MNA Roch Cholette were in attendance. During the finale show, Judge Zack Werner said that Avila was the show's most obvious candidate for international stardom, but he thought Craig Sharpe would win the competition.
    She won the fourth season of the CTV reality show Canadian Idol in 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Avila's father introduced her to music. She has been singing in public since age 2, and at age 9 was a winner on Homegrown Cafe, a talent show on CJOH-TV in Ottawa. Prior to Idol, she worked as a postal clerk and a beauty consultant. She is a former winner of the Jeune Diva du Québec contest. Avila also participated in another competition for a Quebec TV téléroman aired on Radio-Canada called Virginie. She usually speaks English and French, as well as a little Spanish because her father is of Peruvian origin. Her nickname, given by her family when she was a small child, is still Eva le dragon (Eva the dragon).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1987
    Born
    Born on February 25, 1987.
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