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Pernilla Karlsson

About Quick Facts NamePernilla Karlsson Born11 June 1990 Nationality🇫🇮 Finnish National SelectionUuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2012 In Eurovision2012 Baku SongNär Jag Blundar (2012) Biography Pernilla Karlsson, born June 11, 1990, in Siuntio, is a Finland-Swedish artist.  Karlsson engaged in music from an early age, though not always at a professional level. She has been singing and dancing almost her entire life, and at the age of 15, she won a competition called The Smallest Schlager Competition in the World. Despite her musical successes, she continued to focus on her other passion, handball, playing in Finland’s top division with Siuntio IF. As a female handball player, Karlsson has highlighted issues of sexist comments in the sports world. On February 25, 2012, she won Finland’s national selection (The Contest for New Music). She performed in the first semi-final on May 22 but did not advance to the final. After representing Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012, she has worked in music, including collaborations with her brother Jonas. On the Finland-Swedish radio channel Yle X3M, she created the program Stiftelsen together with Frida Lindholm. They called themselves “Frillan” and “Prillan” and since August 2014, also produced the podcast Frillan & Prillan OFF AIR. Karlsson left the radio channel in June 2018. Entries När Jag Blundar Country🇫🇮 Finland Year2012 LanguageFinnish LyricsJonas Karlsson MusicJonas Karlsson BackingsHeikki Takkula (cello) Results Semi Points: 41Position: 12Running order: 9 Results Finals Points: –Position: –Running order: –

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