Carola Häggkvist, also known as simply Carola, is a Swedish singer and songwriter. She has been among Sweden’s most popular performers since the early 1980s, and has released albums ranging from pop and disco to hymns and folk music. Her debut album, “Främling” (1983), sold around one million copies and remains the biggest-selling album in Swedish music history. She has also worked as a songwriter. During her 30-year-long career, she has recorded many top-selling albums and singles and is referred to as Sweden’s most prominent female singer. Some of her biggest hits are “Främling”, “Tommy tycker om mig”, “Fångad av en stormvind”, “All the Reasons to Live”, “I Believe in Love”, “Genom allt”, and “Evighet”. She has released records in various languages: Swedish, Dutch, German, English, Norwegian and Japanese. Häggkvist has represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest on three occasions: in 1983, finishing third; in 1991, winning the contest; and in 2006, finishing fifth, which gives her one of the best track records in Eurovision history.