Anna Vissi celebrated her birthday and revealed her age!

Anna Vissi

Anna Vissi celebrated her birthday yesterday and the candles on the cake showed exactly how old she is.

She was brilliant, as always with her mood uplifted, and blew out the candles on her cake, which testifies without any hesitation that she turned 65!

The singer published several videos on social media that show us how she spent her birthday gathering all the highlights from the surprise party they organised for her.

Nikos Karvelas sang her the classic birthday song with his guitar, but with his own lyrics: "You may grow up but not an old woman."

The singer was captured by the celebrant and uploaded the video via Instagram Stories.

In the description, Anna Vissi pointed out that: "I always woke up with such a gift from him. His songs..."

Anna Vissi was born in 1957 in Cyprus. She was admitted into the Cyprus Conservatory when she was only six years old.

Around the time she hit her teens, her family moved to Greece just so the young Vissi could further her budding musical career. Within time, the talented singer caught the attention of many well-known people in the music business, including producer and famed songwriter Nicos Karvelas, whom she later married. In 1996, Vissi released her debut album, Klima Tropiko, which means tropical climate in English.

Her first full-length effort brought in glowing reviews from critics and went platinum quickly. A year later, she was chosen to sing at the Miss Universe Pageant. It was the first chance she had to receive worldwide attention.

A year later, the awards and hit tunes were already piling up. Her second album, Travma, was also on the market. The sophomore offering went gold less than two weeks after its release date. Half a year later, it reached triple platinum.

One of the biggest hits from Travma was a tune produced by Ric Wake, "Forgive Me This." Wake is maybe best known for his work with the international star Celine Dion.

If anyone had any thoughts at first of calling Anna Vissi a one-hit-wonder or a short-rising star who would burn out in a few months, they were proven wrong in 1998 when she walked away from the Popcorn Music Awards with no less than seven honours to her credit, including Best Album, Best Song, Best Female Singer, and Best Live Appearance.

Vissi seemed unstoppable and decided to broaden her fame, targeting the United States and the English language market with the release of the album Everything I Am.

It carries superb tracks such as "On a Night Like This," "Still in Love With You," "Kick the Habit," "Supernatural Love," and "No More the Fool." Vissi travelled the States on tour to support the release, performing shows in significant locations like New York and Los Angeles.

Working with her management and Sony Music after the new millennium arrived, the whole world seemed like an open stage for the resolute Vissi. ~ Charlotte Dillon, Rovi

Vissi met Nikos Karvelas in the early 1980s and married in 1983. They have a daughter, Sofia Karvela, who lives in New York. They later divorced but remain good friends; Karvelas continues to write most of Vissi's songs.

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