Malin Olsson

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Malin Olsson
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Malin Olsson in Hedemora in September 2013
Born (1982-03-19) 19 March 1982 (age 38)
Occupationtelevision presenter, singer
Years active2001–

Malin Isabel Sofie Dos Santos Cardoso Olsson (born March 19, 1982) [1] is a Swedish television presenter and a former singer and beauty queen.


Olsson was crowned Miss Sweden in 2001, Olsson went on to represent Sweden in Miss Universe 2001 in Puerto Rico. [2] [3] After ending her reign as Miss Sweden she signed on to becoming a member of the girl music group NG3 which released a few successful music singles between 2002 and 2003 and then disbanded. [2] In 2005, Olsson was headhunted by The Voice TV in Sweden and Vecko Revyn to host a show on the music network, soon afterwards she was hired by SVT to present the kids show Bobster which she has presented since. [2] Olsson is presenting the SVT kids show Sommarlov since 2010, and has also presented the game show Minuten, Magiskt and Hela Sveriges Fredag [4] amongst other shows also on SVT. [2]

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