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Adela Vinczeová (born 12 October 1980) is a Slovak television presenter.
Česko Slovenská SuperStar (English: Czech&Slovak SuperStar) is the joint Czech-Slovak version of Idol series' Pop Idol merged from Česko hledá SuperStar and Slovensko hľadá SuperStar which previous to that had three individual seasons each.
Idols (also known as SuperStar in some countries) is a reality television singing competition format created by British television producer Simon Fuller and developed by FremantleMedia.
A combined 273 artists have won the television series ''Idols, a reality singing competition adapted in forty-six regions.
''OTO'' Awards Winners and nominees ---- Most wins Adela Vinczeová | 10x Marcel Merčiak | 9x Miroslav Žbirka | 7x Patrik Herman | 7x ---- Most nominations Miroslav Žbirka | 16x Lenka Čviriková | 15x Patrik Herman | 14x Marcel Merčiak | 14x ---- Special awards not included With ten awards having received in main categories, Adela Vinczeová is the most successful participant in the so far history of the ''OTO'' Awards poll, making her the most voted Entertainer and Host in general.
Marta Jandová (born 13 April 1974) is a Czech musician and actress, best known for being the lead singer of the German alternative rock band Die Happy.
''OTO'' Award TV Program ---- Currently held by Tvoja tvár znie povedome – Markíza ---- First awarded | Last awarded 2000 | Present ''OTO'' Award for TV Program has been bestowed to the most recognized television program of the past year in Slovakia since 2000.
SuperStar (previously known as Česko Slovenská SuperStar) is a joint Czech-Slovak version of the Idol series' Pop Idol.
10th OTO Awards ---- SND, Bratislava, Slovakia ---- Overall winner Adela Banášová ---- Hall of Fame Štefan Kvietik ---- ''Život'' Award Martin Mózer ---- ◄ 9th | 11th ► The 10th OTO Awards, honoring the best in Slovak popular culture for the year 2009, took time and place on March 13, 2010 at the former Opera building of the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava.