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Annika during an Alcazar concert in 2004
|Birth name||Annika Eva Ingegerd Johansson|
|Born||18 May 1971|
Annika Eva Ingegerd Kjærgaard (originally Johansson) (born 18 May 1971) is a Swedish singer and former member of the Swedish pop group, Alcazar.
Kjærgaard was born in Hässleholm, Sweden. Mostly known as Annikafiore in Alcazar, she quit the group in 2007, leaving a spot open for Lina Hedlund. Magnus Carlsson also left during that time. However Therese Merkel and Andreas Lundstedt stayed and continued with the Alcazar project.
In 2009, Annikafiore formed a new group called Avatar versus Eve (A.v. E). Their first single "Party People" came with six different versions, including a remix by the internationally known SoundFactory.
- 1999–2002: Casino – Released in: Sweden, UK, Taiwan, Japan, Australia, USA & Europa.
- 2003–2004: Alcazarized – Released in: Sweden, Germany, Asia, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.
- 2004: Dancefloor Deluxe [2CD] – Released in: Sweden & Finland
- 2005: Dancefloor Deluxe – Released in: Sweden & Germany & Tyskland
- 2005: Start the Fire
- 2005: Alcastar
- 2004: Here I Am
- 2004: Physical
- 2004: This is the World We Live in
- 2003: Love Life
- 2003: Someday
- 2003: Ménage à trois
- 2003: Not a Sinner nor a Saint
- 2002: Don't You Want Me
- 2001: Sexual Guarantee
- 2001: Crying at the Discothèque
- 2000: Ritmo del Amor
- 1999: Shine On
A.v. E singles
- 2009: Party People
- 2009: I'm On Fire (feat. Sophie Rimheden)
- 2010: Forbidden Love (Official Copenhagen Pride 2010 song)
- 2011: Don't Wanna C U 2nite No. 16 Swedish Dance Charts
- "Festivalräv kollar vår sångtävling Sr.se". Archived from the original on 10 September 2012. Retrieved 22 March 2009.
- "Nya Alcazars hemliga stjärna". Archived from the original on 28 June 2009. Retrieved 22 February 2009.
- "Splittrade av jättebråket". Archived from the original on 13 October 2012. Retrieved 22 February 2009.
- Jeppe "Master" Kjærgaard at RoyalDanishOpen.se Archived 27 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine
- RoyalDanishOpen.se screenshot Archived 6 March 2014 at the Wayback Machine