Kristína Peláková (born 20 August 1987), professionally known as Kristína, is a Slovak singer. Kristina started singing, dancing and playing the piano in her childhood in Svidník, Slovakia. She took her music teacher's advice to attend the conservatory in Košice and to major in singing. During her studies, Kristina frequented the Jazz Club in the town where she met her future producer Martin Kavulič. He helped her to get a contract with the H.o.M.E. Production record label. Her first single "Som tvoja", featuring the rapper Opak, was released in 2007. The first track that became a hit in Slovakia was "Vráť mi tie hviezdy" in 2008. Her debut album ….ešte váham was released in the same year. Kristina won the national selection to represent Slovakia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 with the song "Horehronie" getting the largest share of televotes and coming second in the jury vote. The track, an ode to the homonymous region in Slovakia, was composed by Kavulič. The song peaked at #1 on the Slovak airplay chart.
Kristina failed to qualify to the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 final from semifinal 1 on 25 May.
In October 2010, her sixth single "V Sieti ťa mám" reached #1 on the Slovakian airplay chart; making it her second chart-topping single of the year. On 18 October 2010, she released her second album with the same name.