Clara Hagman

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Clara Hagman
Clara Hagman Toronto 2010.JPG
Clara Hagman, 2010
Background information
Birth name Clara Hagman
Born 9 July 1991 (1991-07-09) (age 24)
Gävle, Sweden
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2008-Present
Associated acts Ace of Base

Clara Hagman (born 9 July 1991 in Gävle, Sweden) is a Swedish singer and former member of the pop group Ace of Base. Since 2014 she performs under the name Clara Mae.


Vocal competitions[edit]

Hagman participated in Lilla Melodifestivalen 2002 with the song "Hej, vem är du" finishing fourth.[1]

In 2008, Clara competed in the inaugural Next Star singing competition. She performed Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" and placed second in the competition.

The following year, she made it into the semi-finals round of Idol 2009 after performing renditions of Duffy's "Warwick Avenue" during the audition rounds. She performed Oh Laura's song "Release Me" for her semi-finals appearance, but did not receive enough votes to advance to the finals round.

Ace of Base (2009-2012)[edit]

In 2009, Hagman was recruited by Ulf Ekberg and Jonas Berggren along with another singer, Julia Williamson, to join Ace of Base, replacing founding members Jenny and Linn Berggren. The new lineup released their first album, The Golden Ratio on 24 September 2010. Clara departed the band in 2012.[2]

Solo career (2014-present)[edit]

Clara has embarked on a solo career and has changed her stage name to Clara Mae.[3] Her first released single was titled Changing Faces.[4] On 12 June 2015 she released the single Avalon.[5]


  1. ^ Angelica Ränttilä, Madelene Linderstam. "Nytt ess i Ace of Base", Gefle Dagblad, 8 augusti 2010. Läst den 30 oktber 2013.
  2. ^ Julia's official Facebook page, retrieved 2014-03-24 
  3. ^ Johanni Sandén. "Clara Hagman blir Clara Mae", Gefle Dagblad, 29 July 2014. Read on 15 March 2015.
  4. ^ Changing Faces by iamclaramae - SoundCloud, retrieved 2015-03-15 
  5. ^ Clara Mae Avalon Single - Muzoic, retrieved 2015-06-29 

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