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Sanna Nielsen

Sanna Viktoria Nielsen (born 27 November, 1984) is a singer from Bromölla, Sweden. At the age of eleven she reached the number one spot on the Svensktoppen charts with the song Till en fågel (To A Bird). In September 1996 she released her debut album "Silvertoner" (Tones of Silver). During the following years Nielsen released the album Min önskejul in 1997 and the single "Time to Say Goodbye" in 1999.

She participated in Melodifestivalen 2001 singing Igår, idag (Yesterday, Today), which finished 3rd. Nielsen returned to Melodifestivalen in 2003 with Hela världen för mig (Entire World To Me), which finished 5th, and in 2005 with Du och jag mot världen (You and I Against the World), a duet with Fredrik Kempe, which finished 8th...

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Jan Johansen

Jan Christian Johansen (born 9 January 1966 in Stockholm) is a Swedish singer. His father is jazz musician Egil Johansen and his mother is Ellen Böback. He represented Sweden at the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest with "Se på mej" and finished third with 100 points. The song stayed at the top of Svensktoppen for fifteen weeks, charting for thirty weeks in total.

Johansen has participated in Melodifestivalen three times since "Se på mej" - fourth place in 2001 with "Ingemansland", seventh place in 2002 with "Sista andetaget" and second place in Melodifestivalen 2003 with "Let Your Spirit Fly", a duet with Pernilla Wahlgren. He also composed "Still Believe" performed by Jocke Bergström in the MF 2004.


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