Roxette singer, Marie Fredriksson, has died aged 61.
They reached no 2 six times in the US with "The Look", "Listen to Your Heart", "Dangerous", "It Must Have Been Love", "Joyride" and "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)".
"Marie Fredriksson died on the morning of December 9 in the suites of her previous illness". "Things will never be the same".More news: Kim And Khloe Kardashian Have Threatened To Fire Kourtney From KUWTK
In 2002, Marie was diagnosed with a severe brain tumour, receiving an aggressive treatment that took its toll but ultimately was successful.
In 2016, she announced that she would no longer touring, writing on Facebook: 'It's been an incredible 30 years! It's not that long ago we spent days+nights in my tiny apartment sharing impossible dreams. I'm honoured to have met your talent+generosity. And what a dream we eventually got to share.
Fredriksson and Gessle formed Roxette in the mid-80s and released their first album Pearls Of Passion in 1986, but it was 1987 single It Must Have Been Love that catapulted them into the spotlight.More news: 'Parasite' Takes Earns Top Awards from L.A. Film Critics Association
A statement released by Marie's family said: "It is with great sadness that we have to announce that one of our biggest and most beloved artists is gone". "It's been an unbelievable 30 years! All our shows and memories over the years will forever be a big part of my life", said the singer at the time.
The singer's management company said her funeral will be private with only close family members present.
Fredriksson is survived by her husband Mikael Bolyos and two children.More news: On Florida trip, Trump to address Jewish group, GOP dinner