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Anais Lameche
Birth name Anaïs Helena Kretz Lameche
Born 19 August 1987 (1987-08-19) (age 22)
French Alps, France
Genres Pop, Dance
Occupations Singer Dancer
Years active 2001-Present
Labels Sony BMG, Columbia, (Music World)(2001-2005)
Associated acts Play

Anaïs Helena Kretz Lameche (born 19 August 1987 in French Alps, France) was an original member of the Swedish pop group Play from the band's formation in 2001 to its disbanding in late 2005.

In 2001 Play's first single "Us Against The World" was featured on the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movie Holiday in the sun. "Us Against the World" was followed by "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" a cover of a Diana Ross song.The song featured Chris Trousdale from Dreamstreet and received high rotation on Radio Disney.

Their self-titled album dropped in 2002. "Play" included both singles plus 5 additional songs.

In 2003 Replay was released with 2 big hits "Whole Again" and "I Must not chase the boys." It also featured another Diana Ross cover "Aint No Mountain High Enough" also after Replay's release Faye Hamlin quit the group to pursue her education and modeling and was re-placed with Janet Leon.

In 2004 Don't stop the music was released with the single being "Evergirl" for nickeloden's new show that was never aired. There was also a duet with Aaron Carter "Every Little Step" They also redid "Ain't No Mountain High" with Janet Leon.

In late 2004, the Christmas album "Play around the Christmas Tree" was released. It has 10 of their favorite Christmas songs. It also was their last recorded album.

Anaïs was asked to join Play by Play's manager, Laila Bagge, who discovered Anaïs at her dancing school after the Lameche family settled in Täby, Sweden. Anaïs' older sister, Amanda Lameche, had already worked with Laila Bagge and had released a pop record in the United States.

In Play, Anaïs sang alto harmonies and some solos. She was the oldest member of the band. Recently, Anaïs has tried her hand at modeling. Anaïs is now doing a solo project like her former Play band members Faye Hamlin, Anna Sundstrand and Rosie Munter.

As of 2009, Lameche, along with Faye Hamlin and a new member, Sanne Karlsson, will return as Play, but as a trio.

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