According to a posting on her official web site, the Finnish daily newspaper Iltalehti has named NIGHTWISH frontwoman Tarja Turunen "The Most Stylish Woman in Finland." Iltalehti wrote, "NIGHTWISH singer Tarja Turunen has made her gothic-style perfect. Tarja like to dress to clothes that fits her music and her look. Strong colors and dramatic lines. Tarja is like a Queen. Also people who don't like NIGHTWISH's music like Tarja's style."As previously reported, Turunen's official web site has uploaded several pictures from the video shoot for her collaboration with German "Star Search" winner Martin Kesici on his song "Leaving You for Me", which is due to appear on Kesici's second album. Check out the photos from the shoot, which took place at Rosala Center (Viking Village) on the west coast of Finland, at this location.
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