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Sandra Lyng

Sandra Lyng Haugen (born 18 April 1987) is a Norwegian singer.


  • Biography 1
  • Idol performances 2
  • Discography 3
    • Albums 3.1
    • Singles 3.2
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Sandra Lyng Haugen is from the town of Mosjøen in the municipality of Vefsn. She rose to popularity after her participation in the TV 2 (Norway) program in which she placed fourth in Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2004, the Norwegian version of Pop Idol.[1]

She released the single I morgen which stayed on the Norwegian charts for 16 weeks, peaking at number 2. She also released the summerhit Sommerflørt singing with Equicez-member Phillip. Sandra also released the album Døgnvill under the Universal Norway label. Døgnvill stayed on the charts for 9 weeks, peaking at #10, which is a longer period of time than Kjartan Salvesen who won Sandra's season charted. Sandra is today fairly popular in Norway and is known for her easygoing pop music. She just released her brand new single 'PRTeY' featuring rapper 'Lazee' in September 2013.[2]

Idol performances



Year Album Peak positions Notes
2005 Døgnvill  – Tracklist
  • "I morgen" (with Whimsical and KleenCut)
  • "Alt jeg vil ha"
  • "Lykken er"
  • "Døgnvill"
  • "Ingenting"
  • "Kan du føle det?"
  • "Skilles"
  • "Rykter"
  • "Sommerminner"
  • "Savner deg"
  • "Vuggesang"
Other collective albums
  • 2004: Idol: De Elleve Finalistene


Year Album Peak positions Album
2004 "Sommerflørt"
(feat. Philip)
2005 "I morgen"
(feat. Whimsical & Kleen Cut)
2009 "Hjemsøkt" N/A
2013 "PRTeY"
2014 "Don't Care"
2015 "Play My Drum" 2 107


  1. ^ (TV 2 Norway)Sandra Lyng Haugen
  2. ^ (TV 2)Sandra Lyng Haugen
  3. ^ a b "Sandra Lyng discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 25 July 2015. 

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