Background information
Birth name Zoë Straub
Also known as Zoë
Born 1 December, 1996
Vienna, Austria
Origin Austria
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2002–present

Zoë Straub, most commonly known as Zoë is an Austrian singer and actress from Vienna.

Early life

Zoë is the daughter of Papermoon founder Christof Straub and singer-model Roumina Wilfling. As a child she attended Lycée Français de Vienne, a French curriculum school in Vienna. She released her first single in 2002 called, "Doop Doop" featuring her parents. Five years later she joined the Kiddy Contest and sang, "Angel without wings".


Zoë attempted to represent Austria at Eurovision 2015 with her song, "Quel filou", in the end placing third with 11.32% of the televote and placing second in the jury. Despite her failure, she has released several new songs including, "Adieu", "J m'en fous" and "Mon cœur a trop aimé" (which peaked at #12 on the Austrian charts).

North Vision Song Contest 16

Initially Capcha One won Austria's selection to compete in Jerusalem, however due to one of the members of the band being too young, second place Zoë was instead chosen by ORF with her song, "Adieu". It qualified from the first semi final and was drawn ninth in the final. The song has charted in over ten countries.