The bronze statuette, signed Astri Berman Taube, has been awarded to “someone who made Sweden happier” since 1979 and this year it was thus Mia Cut Inger’s turn.
“With his insightful and self-disclosure of humor, where everything do not have to be cold and ironic, clever or quick, she’s got the Swedish people laugh and cry. Her bold openness, music inside and stage presence gets through whatever scene or the media. She delivers a burst of humor and seriousness that both touches and enriches. The mixture clarity and vulnerability is just as amusing as worrisome, “read the explanatory statement.
The prize was awarded by Lotta Engberg in the live broadcast of” Lotta at Liseberg “on Monday evening. To standing ovations took Mia Skäringer stage to receive their award.
– I am very moved, she said.
After having received the price she invited the rain soaked audience an appearance Håkan Hellström “You can go your own world.”
Last year Lisebergsapplåden Jonas Gardell.