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Loreen (singer)

Loreen at Sommarkrysset in 2013
Background information
Birth name Lorine Zineb Nora Talhaoui
Born (1983-10-16) 16 October 1983
Stockholm, Sweden
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2004–present
Labels Warner Music Sweden
Website .seloreen

Lorine Zineb Nora Talhaoui (Swedish pronunciation: ; born 16 October 1983), known by her stage name Loreen (),[2] is a Swedish pop singer and music producer.[3][4] Loreen represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan, with her entry "Euphoria" and won the contest with 372 points. In Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in the Swedish city Malmö, Loreen sang both in the semi final and the grand final. Interested in becoming a musician, she took part in the Idol 2004 television competition, coming fourth overall. The following year she released her first single, "The Snake", with the band Rob'n'Raz and became a television presenter on TV400. While working as a segment producer and director for several Swedish reality TV shows in 2011, she released the single "My Heart Is Refusing Me" to commercial success in Sweden.


  • Early life 1
  • Music career 2
    • 2004–10: Idol and hiatus 2.1
    • 2011–13: Melodifestivalen, Eurovision Song Contest and Heal 2.2
    • 2014–present: Paperlights and touring 2.3
  • Political activism 3
  • Discography 4
  • Tours 5
  • Awards and nominations 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Early life

Loreen was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1983 to immigrant parents, She was raised in a Liberal Muslim household. Early in her life, Loreen moved to Västerås. She grew up there, and calls Västerås her hometown.[5][6] She spent most of her teenage years in Gryta, a residential area in Västerås.[7][8]

Music career

2004–10: Idol and hiatus

Loreen became known to Swedish audiences after taking part in the Swedish Idol 2004 competing as Lorén Talhaoui. During the qualification round, she placed third by the public vote. She would have been eliminated, but received a wildcard from the judges, allowing her to compete in the program.[9] She finished fourth overall, and was eliminated during the eighth week.[10] After Idol, in 2005, she released a promotional single, "The Snake", with the group Rob'n'Raz. That same year, she also presented the TV show Lyssna, broadcast by the Swedish station TV400.[11] After a year, she took a hiatus from more visible roles, and worked as a segment producer and director for reality TV shows such as TV3's Värsta pojkvänsakademin, TV4's Matakuten and SVT's Frufritt.[12]

Episode Theme Song Original artist Performance order Result
Audition Free choice "Love Is On the Way" Billy Porter N/A Judges' Wildcard
Week 1 My idol "If I Ain't Got You" Alicia Keys 7 Safe
Week 2 Chart toppers "Just Like a Pill" Pink 10 Bottom three
Week 3 Soul "I Wish" Stevie Wonder 3 Safe
Week 4 Swedish hits "Vill ha dig" Freestyle 4 Safe
Week 5 Max Martin "Stronger" Britney Spears 5 Safe
Week 6 Cocktail "Where Do I Begin?" Andy Williams / Shirley Bassey 6 Safe
Week 7 Soundtracks "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes 2 Bottom two
Week 8 Song from year born – 1983 "Thriller" Michael Jackson 2 Eliminated
"Every Breath You Take" The Police 2

2011–13: Melodifestivalen, Eurovision Song Contest and Heal

Loreen in Melodifestivalen 2011

Loreen returned to the public eye when she took part in Melodifestivalen 2011 with the song "My Heart Is Refusing Me", which she co-wrote with Moh Denebi and Björn Djupström.[13] After placing fourth in the second semifinal in Gothenburg on 12 February 2011, she competed in the Second Chance round,[14] but failed to qualify for the final after a sing-off with Sara Varga.[15][16] The song was released on 11 March 2011 and became a hit on the Swedish Singles Chart, debuting and peaking at number 9.[17] Following Loreen's success a year later, the song re-entered the chart, peaking at number 22 in May 2012.[17]

In the first semifinal of Melodifestivalen 2012 on 4 February, Loreen advanced directly to the final round with her entry "Euphoria",[18] written by Thomas G:son and Peter Boström.[19] She won the national final on 10 March with a combined total of 268 points and represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan.[20] The song won the competition with a total of 372 points from 40 voting countries out of 42 (Italy was the exception, and Sweden could not vote for itself).[21] According to online betting companies, she was the favourite to win the contest.[22][23] On 3 June 2012, Loreen's Eurovision-winning entry "Euphoria" charted at No. 3 on the UK Official Singles Chart, the highest chart position for a non-UK Eurovision entry since Johnny Logan's "Hold Me Now" in 1987. The single sold 62,148 copies in its first week in the United Kingdom.[24] She is also noted for having an ongoing chart presence in the United Kingdom, remaining in the top twenty for weeks after the competition, rare for a Eurovision song.[25][26][27] On 21 June 2012, Loreen made an appearance at the MTV World Stage in Gothenburg, Sweden. The title of her debut album, Heal, was confirmed in late August 2012.[28] Released on 24 October 2012, Heal debuted atop the Sverigetopplistan Albums Top 60,.[29] IT was certified platinum in Sweden during its second week, denoting domestic shipments exceeding 40,000 units.[30] A remix version of "My Heart Is Refusing Me" was released on 8 October 2012 as the second European single from the album. On the same day, "Crying Out Your Name" was released as the fourth single in her native Sweden.[31]

To promote the album, Loreen appeared as a musical guest on several European TV shows, including Polish talent show Must Be the Music on 21 October 2012,[32][33][34] the second season of the Romanian version of X Factor on 18 November 2012[35] and the final of the third series of Dutch talent show The Voice of Holland.[36] Loreen premiered a new single included in the reissue of her debut album in the opening of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.[37] The song is called "We Got the Power", and was produced by Patrik Berger and written by Ester Dean, who have previously worked with Icona Pop, Rihanna and Robyn.[38]

2014–present: Paperlights and touring

Loreen opening the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden with a children choir.[39]

In October 2013, Art on Ice announced that Loreen will be one of the artists performing on their 2014 tour, the concept of which is to combine live music with performances from figure skaters.[40] The tour took place in Finland, Sweden and Switzerland.[41][42][43][44][45]

In January 2014, Swedish SVT have resurrected their prize winning series Sápmi Sessions – in which well known Swedish artists travel North to meet their talented counterparts within the Sami population, and embark on a new collaboration.[46] They will have never met before, but will have three days to write and record a whole new song together.[47] And Loreen herself was the subject of the first episode, working with Ingá-Máret Gaup-Juuso and coming up with the song "Son" for her new album.[46][48]

Loreen embarked on the Jaz Beach in Budva. During an interview with, she says: "The new album is coming out in October and after that there will be a lot of touring. It's very different from "Euphoria", it's a lot dirtier and more hip-hop."[58] In Summer 2014, Loreen was nominated for three Rockbjörnen[59] and five World Music Awards.[60] On September 20, Loreen performed at Eurasian Music Awards at the Central Stadium in Almaty, Kazakhstan.[61][62][63] Loreen performed at Eurovision Gala Night at the Casino Luxembourg in Luxembourg and she confirmed that her new album coming soon in January 2015.[64][65][66]

On November 22, Loreen annouced on Instagram that her new album is called Paperlights.[67][68] She has been working in the studio with Kiesza.[67][69]

Political activism

During the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan, Loreen was the only entrant to meet local human rights activists. She later told reporters that "human rights are violated in Azerbaijan every day. One should not be silent about such things."[70] An Azerbaijan government spokesman responded critically, saying the contest should not "be politicised"[70] and requested that the EBU prevent such meetings.[71] Swedish diplomats replied that the EBU, Swedish TV and Loreen had not acted against the competition's rules.[72]

In July 2012, Loreen performed at Slavianski Bazaar in Belarus, where Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko was in attendance. During her visit to the country, she met with the wife of political prisoner Ales Bialiatski, Viasna representatives and independent journalists, and in a two-hour meeting expressed her support of political prisoners and signed the petition to ban the death penalty in the country.[73] Loreen later stated she was fully aware of the risks coming with "speaking out," including the possibility of being stopped or arrested at the airport when trying to return home.[74]

In August 2013, she was the ambassador of the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan[75] and she visited Kabul, Afghanistan and the village Yaskin Bala in Warsaj Valley with Carl Bildt, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden.[75] Next year, the construction of a new primary school will start in the village and the plan is that Loreen will come back and follow the work of the new school until it is constructed.[76] "It was a great experience to meet the people of Warsaj in Yaskin Bala, both men and women. I hope to come back soon and meet my friends again," says Loreen, "Education is the most important issue, when it comes to decrease poverty and to help people taking control over their own lives," says Loreen, "I am very impressed of what SCA is doing in Afghanistan. To me, this is the right way of development efforts. I am happy to be committed in that work."[75][77] For her work, Loreen was announced new patron of the World's Children's Prize in New York City, United States.[78] On 30 October 2014, she won the World's Children's Prize again and meet with Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai[79] and Queen Silvia of Sweden in a ceremony at the Gripsholm Castle in Mariefred, Sweden.[80][81] She wants to support the WCP – the world's largest educational programs for children about children's rights.[80]


  • Heal (2012)
  • Paperlights (2015)


Awards and nominations

Loreen's victory in Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku.
Year Ceremony Category Work Result
2012 Gaygalan The best Swedish song of the year[82] "My Heart Is Refusing Me" Won
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Swedish Act[83] Herself Won
Best European Act[83] Nominated
Rockbjörnen Best Female Artist[84] Won
Best Song[84] "Euphoria" Won
World Music Awards Best Female Artist[85] Herself Nominated
Best Entertainer of the Year[86] Nominated
Best Song[87] "Euphoria" Nominated
Premios 40 Principales Mejor Canción Internacional en Lengua No Española[88] Nominated
2013 Grammis Song of the Year[89] Nominated
Artist of the Year[89] Herself Nominated
Internationally Most Successful Swedish Artist of the Year[89] Nominated
Gaygalan The best Swedish song of the year[90] "Euphoria" Won
Artist of the Year[91] Herself Nominated
Radio Regenbogen Award Listeners Award[92] "Euphoria" Won
Rockbjörnen Best Live Act[93] "Wonk Eurovision 2013" Nominated
Best Song[93] "We Got the Power" Nominated
Best Female Artist[93] Herself Nominated
World Music Awards Best Female Artist[94] Nominated
Best Artist[95] Nominated
Best Live Act[96] Nominated
Best Song[97] "Euphoria" Nominated
Best Video[98] Nominated
2014 Gaygalan The best Swedish song of the year[99] "We Got the Power" Nominated
Spirit Music Awards 2014 Best Album Dance/Electronic[100] Heal (2013 Edition) Nominated
Rockbjörnen Best Song[59] "Son" (feat. Ingá-Máret Gaup-Juuso) Nominated
Best Live Act[59] September 12, 2013, Gröna Lund Nominated
Best Fans[59] Warriors Nominated

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Swedish House Mafia
Winner of MTV EMA for Best Swedish Act
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Ell & Nikki
with "Running Scared"
Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Emmelie de Forest
with "Only Teardrops"
Preceded by
Eric Saade
with "Popular"
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Robin Stjernberg
with "You"
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