Anita Skorgan is a Norwegian pop singer who peaked in reputation during the past due ’70s and early to mid-’80s, where time she strike the Top 10 again and again, won a Spellemannprisen award, and represented her homeland in the Eurovision Tune Competition not once but twice. Delivered on November 13, 1958, in Gøteborg, Norway, she produced her record debut in 1975 with Til En Venn. Her second record, Du Er Naer Meg (1976), broke in to the Best 20 and ushered in ten years of commercial achievement on her behalf. Third album Youthful Young lady (1997) was a lot more effective, spawning the very best Five hit one “Casanova.” Furthermore, she was selected to represent Norway in the 1977 Eurovision Tune Competition with “Casanova.” A few years afterwards she symbolized Norway in the 1979 Eurovision Tune Competition with “Oliver,” that was a high Ten hit one on her behalf. That same season her full-length work Ingen Vei Tilbake (1979) earned a Spellemannprisen prize for Pop Record of the entire year. While Skorgan released a small number of single albums in the 10 years that followed, included in this Pastell (1980), De Fineste (1981), Karma (1985), and Light Magic (1986), she experienced her biggest success in cooperation with fellow Norwegian pop vocalist Jahn Teigen (himself a three-time Eurovision representative). Their collaborative record Cheek to Cheek (1983) was a chart-topping smash that spawned a set of Best Five strike singles: “Adieu” and “Friendly.” After peaking in reputation during the past due ’70s and early to middle-’80s, Skorgan slowed her result considerably and moved into circumstances of semi-retirement. Through the 1990s she released just two albums, Fundamental (1990) and Julenatt (1994), and her result stayed erratic following the turn from the century. Especially, she was an associate from the supergroup Queen Bees in 2005.