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Rollergirl Nicci Juice.jpg
Rollergirl in 2001
Background information
Birth name Nicole Safft
Born (1975-11-19) November 19, 1975 (age 42)
Origin Lünen, Germany
Genres Trance
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1999–2003
Labels Universal Music Group

Nicole Safft (born 19 November 1975), professionally known as Rollergirl, is a German singer with a number of successful tracks such as "Dear Jessie" (a loose cover of a Madonna song) and "Luv U More", the latter being a cover of a song by Sunscreem.


The love for rollerskates developed early when working at a rollerskating rink. Safft was discovered by German producer Alex Christensen on Majorca and signed up for auditions. In 1999, Christensen produced the song "Dear Jessie" for Rollergirl, which was successful as the opening song at a techno-parade in the United Kingdom, where Safft continued to work using the stage name, 'Nicci Juice'. The pseudonym Rollergirl was taken from Heather Graham's role as a naive young porn starlet in the film Boogie Nights.

"Geisha Dreams" (2002) was Rollergirl's last release[citation needed] before she retired to focus on her private life, around Christensen and their son, born in 2003. Safft has also appeared with Daniel Hartwig as co-presenter of the German television channel RTL 2's The Dome and Megaman 2002.



Year Single Peak chart positions Album
1999 "Dear Jessie" 43 13 11 10 25 22 Now I'm Singin'... And The Party Keeps On Rollin'
"Luv U More" 19 21 19 75 51
2000 "Eternal Flame" 40 87 Singles only
"You Make Me Feel Like Dancing"
2001 "Superstar" 27 37 6
"Close to You" 70 53
2002 "Geisha Dreams" 24 35 13
2003 "In the Name of Love"
"Beautiful Day"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


  • 2000 - Now I'm Singin'... And the Party Keeps on Rollin' (Album)
  • 2001 - Now I'm Singin'... And the Party Keeps on Rollin (Album, revised version) (#19 SWE)


  1. ^ Austrian peaks
  2. ^ French peaks
  3. ^ German peaks
  4. ^ Norwegian peaks
  5. ^ Swiss peaks
  6. ^ Swedish peaks
  7. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.

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