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Name  Sanna Nielsen
Labels  Warner, Parlophone
Spouse  Joakim Ramsell
Years active  1996–present
Height  1.80 m
Occupation(s)  Singer
Role  Singer

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Born  27 November 1984 (age 31) Edenryd, Skane, Sweden (1984-11-27)
Genres  Pop, schlager, soul, dansband music (early career)
Associated acts  Mats Elmes, Sonja Alden, Shirley Clamp, Fredrik Kempe
Albums  7, I'm in Love, Silvertoner, Min Jul, Min onskejul
Similar People  Shirley Clamp, Sonja Alden, Fredrik Kempe, Charlotte Perrelli, Jessica Andersson
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Birth name  Sanna Viktoria Nielsen
Music group  Mats Elmes (1995 – 1996)

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Sanna Viktoria Nielsen (born 27 November 1984) is a Swedish singer and television presenter. After her seventh attempt, she won Melodifestivalen in 2014 with the song "Undo" and so represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark, finishing in 3rd place overall. Sanna was one of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 commentators for Sweden and hosted Melodifestivalen 2015 along with comedian Robin Paulsson. She was announced as the new presenter for the sing-along show Allsång på Skansen for the summer of 2016. She will host Eurovision The Party at the Tele2 Arena for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.

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Career

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Nielsen was born and grew up in the town of Edenryd in Bromölla Municipality, Skåne. Her paternal grandfather was a Dane from Århus. Nielsen's career started at several talent searches, the first being in 1992 in Olofström. In 1994 she participated in a talent search in Kallinge and won with the song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight". Nielsen performed with the danceband Mats Elmes between 1995 and 1996 at the age of eleven.

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At the same time she reached the number one spot on the Svensktoppen chart with the song "Till en fågel". Nielsen became the youngest person to reach number one at the chart.

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In September 1996 Nielsen's debut album "Silvertoner" was released. A reviewer of the album for Göteborgs-Posten compared Nielsen to Carola Häggkvist and Sissel Kyrkjebø. During the following years Nielsen released the album Min önskejul in 1997 and the single "Time to Say Goodbye" in 1999. During her high school years, she studied the Estetichal programme and music at Helenehoms Gymnastin in Malmö.

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In December 2001 Nielsen participated in a Christmas tour along with Christer Sjögren, Sten Nilsson and Charlotte Perrelli. In 2002 she toured with Roger Pontare and in December the same year she participated in a Christmas concert with Kalle Moraeus and Tito Beltran in both 2003 and 2004.

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In February 2006, her second solo music album Nära mej, nära dej was released with lyrics and music by Fredrik Kempe and Marcos Ubeda. In July–August 2007 she was on a new music tour called Sommar, Sommar, Sommar along with Shirley Clamp and Sonja Aldén. In April 2008 the album Stronger was released, an album completely in English language, the first time Nielsen had such an album. The same year the album Our Christmas was released, containing Christmas songs along with Shirley Clamp and Sonja Aldén.

In 2011, she released the album I'm In Love. In December 2013 Nielsen released her seventh studio album called Min jul with Christmas songs.

Participation in Melodifestivalen

Nielsen has participated seven times in Melodifestivalen, Sweden's annual music competition and national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. She made her debut in 2001 performing "I går, i dag", which finished third. She returned to the contest again in 2003 with "Hela världen för mig" finishing fifth. After a one-year break, Nielsen returned again in Melodifestivalen 2005 with "Du och jag mot världen", this time as a duet with Fredrik Kempe, which finished eighth.

2007

On 3 March 2007, Nielsen participated in Melodifestivalen again with "Vågar du, vågar jag". During the Second Chance round, the song qualified for the final at the Stockholm Globe Arena on 10 March 2007, where the song ended up in seventh place after the final of Melodifestivalen 2007.

2008

Nielsen participated in Melodifestivalen 2008, performing "Empty Room", written and composed by Bobby Ljunggren and Aleena Gibson. She reached the final from the Västerås semifinal on 16 February 2008. Although the song won the public televote in the final inside the Stockholm Globe Arena on 15 March, beating Charlotte Perrelli's second-placed song "Hero" by more than 50,000 votes, it was denied the chance to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest after losing out to Perrelli in the overall points-based scoring system once the jury vote was factored into the results, thus finishing only second in the final official standings.

During 2008, "Empty Room" won the OGAE Second Chance Contest 2008 with a 91 points lead to runner-up Coral from Spain.

Return in 2011

Nielsen participated in the Melodifestivalen 2011, with the song "I'm in Love". She came first at the second semi-final which took place in Gothenburg on 12 February 2011. One month later, she finished fourth at the finale.

Melodifestivalen win and Eurovision 2014

Nielsen decided to return to the contest in 2014, this time with the song "Undo". She competed in the second semifinal held on 8 February, in which she qualified for the final, held at the Friends Arena, Stockholm on 8 March. She won the final and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark in the first semifinal on 6 May. Nielsen made it to the final. In the final Nielsen placed third place with 218 points. That also placed Nielsen as the second highest scoring singer for Sweden at the Eurovision after Loreen in 2012. Undo became Nielsens first song to reach the UK Top 40 singles charts at place 40

After Eurovision 2014

On 29 September 2014, Nielsen was announced as the host for Melodifestivalen 2015 along with comedian Robin Paulsson.

On 10 April 2015, it was announced that Nielsen and Edward af Sillén would commentate the SVT broadcast of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.

In August 2015 it was announced by SVT that Nielsen would become the new presenter for the all-sing show Allsång på Skansen at Skansen in Stockholm in the summer of 2016.

Nielsen will return to Eurovision when she hosts the "Eurovision The Party" event that will be held at the Tele2 Arena on the night of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 final.

Personal life

Sanna Nielsen got engaged in 2006 in Las Vegas, the couple lived in Lidingö outside of Stockholm before splitting up in 2008. She is currently living in Årsta south of Stockholm with her boyfriend Joakim Ramsell.

Awards

  • 2002 – Ulla Billquist-stipendiet, 25 000 kronor
  • 2002 – Birgit Nilssons stipendium
  • 2003 – Skåning of the Year
  • 2008 – Song of the Year, "Empty Room", Gaygalan 2008
  • 2008 – Lidingöbo of the Year
  • References

    Sanna Nielsen Wikipedia


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