Silje Vige

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Silje Vige
Birth name Silje Vige
Born (1976-05-24) 24 May 1976 (age 40)
Origin Jørpeland, Norway
Occupation(s) school teacher
Instruments singer
Years active 1993

Silje Vige (born 24 May 1976, in Jørpeland)[1] is a Norwegian singer from Jørpeland outside Stavanger.

Vige won the Melodi Grand Prix with an ethno-ballad written by her father. The win allowed her to compete as Norway's entry in the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest with "Alle mine tankar" ("All my thoughts"). She finished in fifth place among the 25 participants.[2]


  • Alle mine tankar (Single, 1993)
  • Alle mine tankar (Album, 1994)


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  2. ^ "Norway in 1993". ESC Today. Retrieved 15 June 2010. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Merethe Trøan
with "Visjoner"
Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Elisabeth Andreassen & Jan Werner Danielsen
with "Duett"