NYDALEN (Dagbladet): Three semi-finalists tonight were in the semifinals at "Shall we dance" where they danced the most important dance in the competition.
"Time for Home" – Einar Nilsson (54), Paradise Hotel contestant Martine Lunde (22) and former soccer player Jan Gunnar Solli (37) all danced tonight in their program. Each round on a parquet floor.
In the end, Martine Lunde pulled the shortest straw a week before the big finale, which ended in a dance dance with Jan Gunnar Solli.
"I thought I was more sorry, but I am very happy to be in third place, and I never thought I had to go," Lunde said with a smile to Dagbladet.
There is no bitter taste.
She adds that she did not write about her experience and voting at home near the finals.
"What I'm most proud of is that I can not learn show dancing, but I just think that Jan Gunnar and Ennor deserve to attend the final meeting, I hate them.
In recent months, Martine Lunde has organized a great deal of daily life to participate in the TV 2 program. She does not hide that there are things that are expected to gain time.
"It would be nice to have time for friends and family again," she admitted, "I can not remember saying yes about having a girlfriend these days.
She is 22 years old and she can not be sure she will continue to dance.
"I will travel to Stockholm and have a private lesson at Frederik," she added, adding that she believes the two dance partners will keep her friendship.
– Certainly, Brannberg replies.
Next week Einar Nilsson will fight with dance partners Anette Stokke and Jan Gunnar Solli to stand out in the dance competition with their dance partner Rikke Lund.
– not good?
Last week, kick boxer Thea Næss came home.
In a letter to Dagbladet last Saturday, "How strange is it that you worked so hard, how hard you worked, and you got too close to your goal.
But she pointed out that the dance showed her taste.
"I definitely keep dancing, and everyone I have seen at home is infected with the dancing we hopefully share, so that more people can dance." Næss thinks it is good.
A week before that week, when remarkable blogger Sophie Elise Isachsen (age 23) decided to leave the contest just before the race. It was for mental reasons.
The words "We should dance well" have always given me the confidence to feel excited, so I cherished my belief in myself entirely. But it also requires you to appreciate and fulfill it now. There is no dramatic reason, but I did not do well. At the time, he told Isagsen to Dagbladet.
Isachsen's decision was announced only a few weeks after Aune Sand decided to put the dance shoes on the shelf so that Amalie Snøløs could take his place in the competition.
However, the smell of snow falls after two weeks.
Undoubtedly there were many unpredictable incidents of "We Should Dance" this fall this season. Bare Shock, Shock Ends and Tears have been shown on Saturdays on TV 2 in recent weeks.
Many events have created headlines, but most are former handball players and Frank Løke, the "Farmen celebrity" profile, stood by shocking viewers to hit the right side of the bag without notifying them beforehand .
This caused Løke to leave the program.
Traditionally, TV 2 invites all previous participants to the park when they become finalists.
Earlier today, the channel was temporarily confirmed to Dagbladet as the only participant of the year who was not invited by Frank Løke.
– Frank intentionally violated the production guidelines and broke the foundation for future cooperation. Thus, he said Jan-Petter Dahl, director of public relations and media for TV 2.
In confrontation with Dagbladet, Løke could say that he wanted to think about his reunion with his former "Should We Dance" colleagues.
– TV 2 can decide who is invited to the party. It was fun to meet again with the other participants. I had the best tone, but he had another plan for the weekend, he said.
Next Saturday, you will see who won the goose in this year's "Should We Dance".
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