Mimi Werner

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Mimi Werner
Werner in 2018
Werner in 2018
Background information
Birth nameMimmi Michaela Sarah Werner
Born (1990-12-17) 17 December 1990 (age 31)
Borås, Sweden
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2013–present
LabelsBMG Scandinavia

Mimmi Michaela Sarah Werner (born 17 December 1990), better known as Mimi Werner, is a Swedish singer and songwriter.[1] Werner began her professional music career in 2015, after signing to BMG Scandinavia. She traveled to Nashville to begin writing music, and later released her debut single "Forever Again", an English version of the Swedish song "Strövtåg i hembygden" by Mando Diao.

Werner first achieved national recognition after being announced as a competitor in Melodifestivalen 2016, with the song "Ain't No Good", which became her most successful single to date. She competed in the first semi-final, held in Gothenburg on 6 February 2016, where she placed fifth and was eliminated. Her debut extended play Here We Go Again was released later that year, and also produced the single of the same name, featuring Swedish singer Brolle. Following Melodifestivalen 2016, Werner appeared on several Swedish television programs such as Bingolotto and Doobidoo. She later competed in Melodifestivalen 2018 with the song "Songburning", where she qualified to the second chance round.


Extended plays[]

Title Details
Here We Go Again
  • Released: 8 April 2016
  • Label: BMG Scandinavia
  • Formats: Digital download


Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Forever Again"
(featuring Josh Jenkins)
2015 Here We Go Again
"Ain't No Good" 2016 73
"Here We Go Again"
(featuring Brolle)
"Where Will I Be"
"Get Me Out of Goodbye"
"Songburning" 2018 91
Non-album single


  1. ^ "Mimi Werner - Melodifestivalen - SVT.se". svt.se. Retrieved 28 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Discography Mimi Werner". Swedish Charts Portal. Hung Medien.
  3. ^ "Sverigetopplistan – Sveriges Officiella Topplista". Sverigetopplistan. Retrieved 17 March 2018.

External links[]

Media related to Mimi Werner at Wikimedia Commons

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