Kikki, Bettan & Lotta was a Swedish-Norwegian singer trio formed by three female Scandinavian pop and schlager stars, Kikki Danielsson, Elisabeth “Bettan” Andreassen and Lotta Engberg, active 2001-2004. Kikki and Lotta are Swedish, while Bettan is Norwegian (but born, and also frequently active in Sweden). In November 2000, they sang together at the TV-aid En helg för världens barn, there they sang the song “Feels Like Home.” It was the first time they sang together all three as a group. However, Kikki Danielsson and Elisabeth Andreassen had sung together in the band Chips in the early 1980s, when they won Melodifestivalen 1982 with “Dag efter dag.” On the other hand, Kikki competed with Bettan at the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 when Kikki was representing Sweden, while Bettan won for Norway as a part of Bobbysocks.

Kikki, Bettan & Lotta competed in the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2002, singing the song “Vem é dé du vill ha” (written by Thomas G:son), finishing third in the Swedish final on March 1, 2002. On March 8, 2002 they released the album 20 år med oss - Vem é dé du vill ha. The following year, the ladies entered the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix 2003 with “Din hånd i min hånd” (music again by G:son, lyrics by Bettan), finishing fourth. Since 2002 they were also touring Sweden with their own three-star show, until 2004 when Kikki fell out for “personal reasons.” Bettan and Lotta continued to tour for some time alone.

Edited by anjouzarin on 17 May 2007, 06:03

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