Marie Ulven Ringheim (born 16 February 1999), also known as Marie Ulven or professionally as girl in red (stylized in all lowercase), is a Norwegian indie pop singer-songwriter. She is known for appealing to people with her "bedroom pop anthems about romance and mental health." Her single "I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend" has gained over 150 million streams online, and was listed at No. 9 on The New York Times list of "The 68 Best Songs of 2018". Since 2018, Ulven has released two extended plays from her bedroom studio and has amassed over 6 million monthly streamers on Spotify.
Ulven has been named a "queer icon" by Paper, and a "phenomenon" that is "one of the most astute and exciting singer-songwriters working in the world of guitar music" by The New York Times. Her music, which is made from the comfort of her bedroom, has amassed over 150 million streams as of October 2019. Since 2019, Ulven has been on two North American tours and two European tours, and has performed at festivals such as Lowlands, Rock en Seine and Øyafestivalen. She was named by NME as "one of the most hyped acts at The Great Escape" in 2019.