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  Roxette vocalist Marie Fredriksson dead at 61

Roxette vocalist Marie Fredriksson dead at 61
Roxette vocalist Marie Fredriksson dead at 61
(CNN)Singer Marie Fredriksson passed on Monday following a 17-year fight with malignant growth, her administration organization has affirmed
The 61-year-old was an effective independent craftsman in her local Sweden before getting together with Per Gessle to shape Roxette, the demonstration that proceeded to accomplish worldwide acclaim.

The team's breakout single was "The Look," arriving at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 diagram in 1989.

Another single, "It Must Have Been Love," turned into a raving success in the wake of including in the soundtrack of the 1990 lighthearted comedy "Pretty Woman," featuring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts.

Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle of Roxette perform in front of an audience at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party in London on November 11, 1990.

Roxette visited broadly, with Fredriksson picking up acknowledgment as a capable live entertainer.

In 2002 she was determined to have a mind tumor, from which she recouped following forceful treatment.

By 2009, Roxette was performing once more and even made a few additional collections.

In any case, by 2016 specialists had exhorted Fredriksson to quit visiting to organize her wellbeing.

"Marie leaves us an excellent melodic inheritance. Her astonishing voice - both solid and touchy - and her mystical live exhibitions will be recalled by us all who was fortunate enough to observe them," Dimberg Jernberg Management said in an announcement.

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"Be that as it may, we likewise recall an awesome individual with a colossal hunger forever, and a lady with an exceptionally large heart who thought about everyone she met."Former bandmate Gessle discharged an announcement recollecting Fredriksson as an "extraordinary artist, an ace of the voice, an astounding entertainer."

The pair were companions for over 40 years, Gessle said.

"I'm pleased, respected and glad to have had the option to share such a large amount of your time, ability, warmth, liberality, and comical inclination," he composed.

 "All my adoration goes out to you and your family. Things will never be the equivalent."


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