Played the title character in the Norwegian version of the stage play Shirley Valentine.
|1969||Norway||Oj, Oj, Oj, Så Glad, Jeg Skal Bli||artist|
As named artist or writer.
|1977||Norway||Sang||artist (with Benny Borg)|
|1974||Norway||Yo-Yo||artist (Kjersti & Kirsti)|
|1970||Germany||Pierre, der Clochard||artist|
|1969||Norway||Oj, oj, oj, så glad jeg skal bli [Winning song]||artist|
|1968||Norway||Jeg har aldri vært så glad i noen som deg [Winning song]||artist|
|1967||Norway||Dukkemann [Winning song]||artist|
|1966||Norway||Gi meg fri||artist|
|1965||Norway||Karusell [Winning song]||artist|
With her victory in Liverpool, Loreen became the second person to win the Eurovision Song Contest twice as a lead artist. But Loreen wasn't the only person to achieve a second win this year.Read more