Singer and songwriter who placed fourth in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 and was the winner for the song "Kärleken är" at the Melodifestivalen in 1998.
She started singing in a choir when she was four years old before joining the country music group Tomboola Band when she was twelve.
She achieved Platinum-certified status in Denmark for the 2000 soundtrack record, Promise To Love, for the Danish film, Eneste Ene.
She was born into a Swedish family in Ängelholm. She married Hakan Werner in 1999 and they have two daughters, Bonnie Lee and Havanna.
She worked with songwriter Andreas Carlsson who wrote Celine Dion's big hit song, "That's The Way It Is," in 1999.