In the same month at the MTV Europe Music Awards, Abreu was nominated for Best Finnish Act.
After a sell-out tour across Finland to promote her debut album, Abreu returned to the recording studio to work on her second album.
The song debuted and peaked at number eight on the singles chart and was accompanied by Abreu's first music video.
As a young girl she lived in Portugal, and outside music, her other hobbies include reggaeton-dance and playing the violin.
Abreu became multilingual at a young age; she is fluent in Finnish, Portuguese, English, and Spanish, and she knows a little Swedish.
On April 5, 2007, Koivunen won the crown as the third Finnish Idol with 57% of the public vote, with Abreu declared as runner-up.
Following her participation in Idols, Abreu was signed to Sony BMG Finland and her Latino-inspired, debut single "End of Love" was released in July 2007.
The contest's four judges were all impressed by the power and conviction of her voice, especially as Abreu was only sixteen years old.
She passed through to the theatre rounds of the contest and then the live finals.
Abreu's Portuguese father Paulo lives in Sintra, Portugal, while she and her Finnish mother Liisa live in Vantaa.
Abreu has a brother, Emil, who is four years her senior.
Sen sijaan narsisti muuttaa läheisensä – tuhoaa kanssaihmisensä minuuden jatkuvalla mitätöinnillä, tyytymättömyydellä ja toiseen projisoidulla vihalla.
Paras suojautuminen narsistia vastaan on hakeutua irti tällaisesta ihmissuhteesta.
Narsisti osaa tekeytyä viekkaudessaan myös haavoittuvaksi. Narsisti tekee kanssaihmisistä riippuvaisia itsestään vetoamalla heidän heikkouksiinsa ja häpeäpisteisiinsä.