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“In the 1980s, commercial channels made stars of their presenters – often young, female and attractive, such as Ulrika Jonsson, and not meteorologists.”
“Louise Pitre ( 'Ulrika') created the role of 'Donna Sheridan' in the Toronto production of "Mamma Mia!", and went on to make her Broadway debut and earn a Tony Award® nomination for the same role, when the musical first opened on Broadway in 2001.”
“The four men convicted in the case have since filed an appeal, and on Tuesday it was revealed that the judge who will be hearing the case, Ulrika Ihrfelt, had previously been a member of the Swedish Copyright Association (Svenska FÃ¶reningen fÃ¶r UpphovsrÃ¤tt).”
“When summering on the chain of islands, says Ulrika Arph, head of business development at Oscar Properties, a Stockholm-based real-estate company, "you are on the same spot.”
“Ulrika Jonsson has been papped and probed not because of a job she did 20 years ago, nor because of her later work presenting Gladiators, serving as team captain on Shooting Stars, or appearing on Celebrity Big Brother, but because of her love life.”
“I am nobody, says Ulrika Jonsson from behind Miu Miu shades as we sit in the sunny, if poncy, courtyard of the Hotel du Vin in Henley on Thames.”
“I am someone who used to tell you if it was going to be sunny' … Ulrika Jonsson.”
“This is, arguably, the best twist in the Ulrika Jonsson story.”
“Next year, Ulrika I've already dropped the surname will be launched into our collective media-hungry mouths.”
“Why should we listen up to Tricky Stewart, of RedZone Entertainment shouting about his new voice-of-now and Swedish-born beauty Ulrika Lindstrom?”
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