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Dominika Peczynski
Birth name Dominika Peczynski
Born September 20, 1971 (1971-09-20) (age 38)
Warsaw
Origin Sweden, Poland
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer, Model, Television host
Years active 1990s - present
Associated acts Army of Lovers, Nouveau Riche
Website http://www.mothervirgin.com

Dominika Peczynski (born September 20, 1971) is a Swedish singer, model and television host.

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Early life

Dominika Maria Peczynski was born September 20, 1971 in Warsaw, Poland, to Russian Jewish mother Tina and Polish father. She lived in Poland till 7 years when she moved to Stockholm. Dominika has rich past because of her hippie-style of life. She had traveled to several countries long before her famous Dominika's Planet. After coming to Stockholm she joined one of the model agencies. For a long time she lived in Prague.

Music

She joined the Swedish pop music group Army of Lovers in 1992, making her debut with the group with Hasta Mañana, a cover of the ABBA song. Peczynski already knew the other members of Army of Lovers; Michaela Dornonville de la Cour and Camilla Henemark worked for the same modelling agency, she had been at school with Jean-Pierre Barda and had previously had a relationship with Alexander Bard.

Since the Army of Lovers split, she has worked as a TV presenter for a number of different Swedish and overseas shows, including the Swedish version of Temptation Island and her own programme, Dominika's Planet, which aired in the UK. In 1998 she posed for the adult magazine Playboy.[1]

In 2000 she gave birth to a daughter, Hannah.

New career

In 2005 a new music project called Nouveau Riche was launched, featuring Peczynski and Ulrich Bermsjö. Their debut single "Oh Lord" was released in November 2005. Following the release of their second single "Hardcore Life", Peczynski left the band. After several weeks, however, she was replaced by another female singer and her contributions to the band have been removed from all subsequent releases and official marketing tools.

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