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Origin  Ullern, Norway
TV shows  Melodifestivalen
Role  Singer
Name  Elisabeth Andreassen
Years active  1979–present

Elisabeth Andreassen

Birth name  Elisabeth Gunilla Andreassen
Born  March 28, 1958 (age 57)Gothenburg, Sweden (1958-03-28)
Genres  Country, musical, pop, rock, schlager
Associated acts  Chips, Bobbysocks, Kikki, Bettan & Lotta
Albums  Elisabeth, Elisabeth Andreasson, Kjaerlighetsviser
Music groups  Bobbysocks!, Kikki, Bettan & Lotta (2001 – 2004), Chips (1980 – 1983)
Children  Nora Andreassen, Anna Andreassen
Similar People  Hanne Krogh, Jan Werner Danielsen, Tor Endresen, Kikki Danielsson, Lotta Engberg

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Elisabeth Gunilla Andreassen (born 28 March 1958), also known as just Bettan, is a Swedish-Norwegian singer who has finished both first and second in the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Career

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Her talent was discovered in 1979 by Swedish musician and TV host Lasse Holm. She was produced by Bert Karlsson's label Mariann Grammofon AB. In 1980, she joined Lasse's group Chips. Chips participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 with the song "Dag efter dag" ("Day After Day"), and reached 8th place.

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Andreassen is active in many musical genres such as country, schlager, and musicals. She is mostly famous from Eurovision Song Contest 1985 when she and Hanne Krogh participated as Bobbysocks with the song "La det swinge", and won.

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Andreassen has sung in various genres such as country, pop, rock and in musicals. She plays three instruments; guitar, piano and contrabass. She has also been a revue and musical artist.

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"Bettan" has a record as the woman with the most participations in the Eurovision Song Contest, tied with Lys Assia, Sue of Peter, Sue & Marc, and Valentina Monetta. She has participated four times, three times in duets (with Kikki Danielsson in 1982, Hanne Krogh in 1985, and Jan Werner Danielsen in 1994) and once on her own (in 1996).

Personal life

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Born on 28 March 1958 in Gothenburg, Sweden, to Norwegian parents. She lives in Ullern, Oslo in Norway with her two daughters, born in 1995 and 1997 respectively. Elisabeth and married Tor Andreassen on 2 July 1994 and before that Elisabeth was known as Elisabeth Andreasson. On 13 June 2016 Tor Andreassen died of a heart attack.

Hits

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  • Då lyser en sol (1981)
  • Killen ner' på Konsum svär att han är Elvis (There's a Guy Works down the Chipchop Swears he's Elvis) (1981)
  • Together Again (1981)
  • God morgon (Good Morning) (1981) (as Chips)
  • Dag efter dag (Day after Day) (1982) (as Chips)
  • La det swinge (Let it swing) (1985) (as Bobbysocks)
  • Ängel i natt (1985)
  • Tissel Tassel (1985)
  • Waiting for the Morning (1986) (as Bobbysocks)
  • Danse mot vår (Serenade to Spring) (1992)
  • I evighet (Eternity) (1996) (Wir sind dabei) (1998)
  • Pepita dansar (1997)
  • Lys og varme (2001)
  • Vem é dé du vill ha (2002) (as Kikki, Bettan & Lotta)
  • Eurovision Song Contest

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    Altogether, Elisabeth has participated in the Swedish Melodifestivalen, Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix and the Eurovision Song Contest fourteen times, plus two as presenter.

    Melodifestivalen

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    1981. Chips - "God morgon" (Good morning), 2nd place1982. Chips - "Dag efter dag" (Day after day), 1st place1984. Elisabeth Andreassen - "Kärleksmagi", 6th place (last)1990. Elisabeth Andreassen - "Jag ser en stjärna falla", 7th place2000. TV-host, with nine other artists.2002. Kikki, Bettan & Lotta - "Vem é dé du vill ha", 3rd place2011. Elisabeth Andreassen - "Vaken i en dröm"

    Melodi Grand Prix

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    1985. Bobbysocks - "La det swinge" (Let it swing), 1st place1992. TV-host, with Jahn Teigen1994. Bettan & Jan Werner - "Duett" (Duet), 1st place1996. Elisabeth Andreassen - "I evighet" (Eternity), 1st place1998. Elisabeth Andreassen - "Winds of the Northern Sea", 2nd place2003. Kikki, Bettan & Lotta - "Din hånd i min hånd", 4th place2015. Elisabeth Andreassen & Tor Endresen - "All over the world", 4th place

    Eurovision Song Contest

    1982. Chips - "Dag efter dag", 8th place, Sweden1985. Bobbysocks - "La det swinge", 1st place, Norway1994. Elisabeth Andreassen & Jan Werner Danielsen - "Duett", 6th place, Norway1996. Elisabeth Andreassen - "I evighet", 2nd place, Norway

    Chips

  • God morgon/It Takes More than a Minute (1981) - Single
  • Having a Party (1982)
  • Dag efter dag/Här kommer solen (1982) - Single
  • 20 bästa låtar (1997) - Compilation album
  • Kikki, Bettan & Lotta

  • 20 år med oss - Vem é dé du vill ha (2002)
  • Vem é dé du vill ha (2002) - Single
  • Live från Rondo (2003)
  • Solo

  • Angel of the Morning (1981)
  • I'm a Woman (1983)
  • Elisabeth Andreasson (1985)
  • Greatest Hits Vol. 2 (1985)
  • Greatest Hits (1986)
  • Älskar, älskar ej (1988)
  • Elisabeth (1990)
  • Stemninger (1992 to 1994)
  • Julestemninger (1993)
  • Elisabeth Andreassens bästa 1981-1995 (1995)
  • Eternity (1996)
  • Bettans jul (1996)
  • Så skimrande var aldrig havet (1997)
  • 20 bästa (1998)
  • Kjærlighetsviser (2001)
  • A Couple of Days in Larsville (2004)
  • Short Stories (2005)
  • Bettan Country (2007)
  • Spellemann (2009)
  • Julenatt (2009)
  • Kärleken & livet (2012)"
  • References

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