|Past members||Jessica Andersson|
Fame was a Swedish duo consisting of Jessica Andersson (born 27 October 1973 in Stockholm) and Magnus Bäcklund (born 16 November 1965 in Kristinehamn, Värmland County). They met each other at the televised arts school and contest Fame Factory, which aired in autumn 2002. Bäcklund was the overall winner, while Andersson dropped out to give birth to her son Liam. Bäcklund also has two young twin daughters at home. Andersson is a former photo model and Bäcklund is a commercial pilot.
In 2003, Fame won the favour of the Swedish public and the jury with the song "Give Me Your Love" in a landslide victory in Melodifestivalen 2003 at the Stockholm Globe Arena. Fame won with 240 points, overtaking such former Melodifestivalen winners as Jan Johansen, Jill Johnson and Afro-Dite, as well as the famous Swedish pop group Alcazar. They went on to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest, eventually garnering 107 points, which put them in fifth place.
In 2004, they participated in Melodifestivalen again and reached sixth place with the song "Vindarna vänder oss" ("The Winds Turn Us").
After break up
- Magnus Bäcklund
Magnus Bäcklund went on to take part in Melodifestivalen 2006 with the song "The Name of Love". He took part in the first semifinal and made it to the Andra Chansen (second chance) round. From there he reached the final, where he finished 5th. Jessica Andersson also entered with the song "Kalla nätter" ("Cold Nights"), but came in fifth in her semifinal round, which eliminated her from the competition.
- Jessica Andersson
Jessica Andersson took part in Melodifestivalen four times with "Kalla nätter" in 2006, "Kom" in 2007, "I Did It for Love" in 2010 and "Can't Hurt Me Now" in 2015, but without winning the competition. She will compete again in Melodifestivalen 2018 with the song "Party Voice". She also released two solo albums: Wake Up in 2009 and 40.14.4 in 2013.
|2003||Give Me Your Love||11||Track list
|2003||"Give Me Your Love"||1||Give Me Your Love|
|"Pop Into My Heart"||53|
|2004||"Vindarna vänder oss"||23|
|2005||"Gjorda för varann"||47|
|"All in the Game"||54|
- "Fame discography". swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
with "Never Let It Go"
| Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Det gör ont"
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