Sunday, 13 March 2011

Linda Bengtzing

Linda Birgitta Bengtzing, March 13, 1974 Gullspång, Sweden is a Swedish pop singer famous for her participation in the fourth season of the Swedish Fame Factory and for her entries at Melodifetivalen 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2011.

Linda grew up in Gullspång, in the west of Sweden. In 1987 and 1989 she released two unsuccessful singles and then disappeared from the music industry for fifteen years.

In 2004 Linda took part in the fourth season of Fame Factory, after that her song Alla Flickor was selected for the Swedish pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. In the final Linda came last, scoring 15 jury points but no points at all from the telemeters. The single reached no. 8 in the Swedish chatters and a few months later she released Diamanter which reached no. 32 in the charts.

In 2005 Linda appeared again in Melodifestivalen. Her song Jag Ljuger Så Bra, originally written for Jessica Andersson, came 7th in the final but reached no. 2 in the Swedish charts. In 2007 Linda released together with singer Markoolio the song Värsta Schlagern, a parody on traditional Melodifestivalen entries. The song is rumored to have been entered into Melodifestivalen 2007.

In 2008 Linda participated again at Melodifestivalen with the song Hur Svårt Kan Det Va which came 5th in the final. The song got ni points at from the telemeters.

In 2011 Linda participated one more time at Melodifestivalen, this time she tried to represent Sweden with the song E De Fel På Mig but unfortunately it came last in the final.

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