Sweden/Greece: Johnson and Paparizou duet on new song

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The 1998 Swedish Eurovision representative Jill Johnson and 2005 Greek Eurovision winner, Helena Paparizou, have joined forces to record a sophisticated country tinged ballad called Enough.

Jill Johnson represented the Swedish nation in Birmingham at the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest with the Bobby Ljunggren and Ingela Forsman composed ballad Kärleken är. She finished in 10th place with 53 points.

Helena Paparizou  is a Greek singer who was born and raised in Sweden. Paparizou previously reached 3rd place as part of Antique at the 2001 contest. She eventually went on to win the contest for Greece in 2005 with the Christos Dantis and Natalia Germanou composed up-tempo dance number My number one.

The two Eurovision Song Contest veterans have now joined forces to collaborate on a song entitled Enough which is taken from Johnson’s recently released album Duetterna.


Johnson’s album Duetterna features collaborations with industry veterans such as Lionel Richie and Ronan Keating as well as an assortment of established Swedish music industry personnel such as the 2012 Melodifestivalen entrant Lisa Miskovsky. You can purchase the album here. http://jilljohnson.se/shop/

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