Sunday , October 24 2021

"Should we dance": – Martine Lunde from "We should dance" a week before the finale



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NYDALEN (Dagbladet): Tonight is the semi-final in "We must dance", where the three semi-finalists danced today the most important dance of the competition.

"Time for home" – Nilsson's seminar (54), participant of "Paradise Hotel" Martine Lunde (22) and former player and DJ Jan Gunnar Solli (37) all danced this evening the best they could, and everyone got two rounds each on the dance floor.

Finally, Martine Lunde pulled out the shortest straw just a week before the grand finale, after the dancing dance against Jan Gunnar Solla.

"I thought I would be more sorry, but I'm so glad I came to third place, I never thought I should go that far," Lunde said to Dagbladet with a smile after sending.

They did not get bitter

She adds that she is grateful for this experience and is not bitter about being chosen for home so close to the finale.

"I am most sorry because I can not learn the dance of the show, but I think that Jan Gunnar and Einar deserve the last places so sick, and I hate them both," he says.

In recent months, Martine Lunde has drastically organized her daily life to take part in the TV 2 program. She does not hide that there are several things she needs to stay.

"It will be great to have time for friends and family." I do not recall that I could say "yes" to my girlfriend recently, he admits.

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The 22-year-old is not sure whether she will continue dancing in the future.

"Maybe I can go to Stockholm and take some private lessons with Fredric," he says, adding that he believes that the two dance partners will keep their friendship.

– Definitely, Brunberg answers.

Next week, Einar Nilsson with dance partner Anette Stokke and Jan Gunnart Sollim, together with the dance partner Rikke Lund, will fight for the victory in the dance competition.

37 POINT: Jan Gunnar Solli and pro dancer Rikke Lund received 37 points for a double pass. Photo: TV 2
37 POINTS: Jan Gunnar Solli and professional dancer Rikke Lund received 37 points for a double pass. Photo: TV 2
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36 POINTS: Martine Lunde and pro dancer Fredric Brungberg scored 36 points for his slowfox. Photo: TV 2
36 POINTS: Martine Lunde and professional dancer Fredric Brungberg scored 36 points for his slowfox. Photo: TV 2
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36 POINTS: Einar Nilsson and professional dancer Anette Stokke scored 36 points for fast action. Photo: TV 2
36 POINTS: Einar Nilsson and professional dancer Anette Stokke scored 36 points for fast action. Photo: TV 2
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– Is not that good?

Last week, it was a boxer kick Thea Næss, who was chosen for the home, which became a delicate matter for her.

"It's weird how much it means when you work so hard for so many weeks, and you're so close to the target," Dagbladet said after being sent last Saturday.

However, she pointed out that the dance gave her a taste.

"I will definitely continue the dance and I hope that everyone in the house who was watching was infected with a dance that we hope to make available to more people dancing." I think it's good, "said Næss.

TOPPSCORE: Jan Gunnar Solli and Rikke Lund scored the highest score in the competition, 40 points, for the second dance of the night, when they made a Viennese ball. Photo: TV 2
The best shooter: Jan Gunnar Solli and Rikke Lund scored the highest score in the competition, 40 points, for the second dance of the evening, when they held the Viennese election. Photo: TV 2
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DANCE WITH FRIENDS: Martine Lunde and dance partner Fredric Brunberg scored 33 points for their jive. Martine brought three girls to the dance floor. Photo TV 2
DANCE WITH FRIENDS: Martine Lunde and dance partner Fredric Brunberg scored 33 points for his jive. Martine brought three girls to the dance floor. Photo TV 2
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0 POINTS: Einar Nilsson and dance partner, Anette Stokke, also achieved the best result during the second dance of the evening. They delivered a Viennese roll, dedicated to Einar's girlfriend. Photo: TV 2
0 POINTS: Einar Nilsson and dance partner Anette Stokke also scored the highest score in the second dance of the evening. They delivered a Viennese roll, dedicated to Einar's girlfriend. Photo: TV 2
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The week before, surprised the best blogger Sophie Elise Isachsen (23), when she decided to withdraw from the competition just before sending. This was due to mental reasons.

"Should we dance" gave me faith in myself in a way that is totally invaluable, because it gave me faith that I can feel good all the time. But that also requires thank you and do it now. There's no dramatic reason, I'm just not healthy, I told Isachsen to Dagbladet at the time.

Isachsen's decision was known only a few weeks after Aune Sand decided to put the shoes on the shelf so that Amalie Snøløs could take his place in the competition.

However, snow smoke returns two weeks later.

final refusal

It was undoubtedly an unpredictable and eventful season "Let's dance" this fall. A sudden shock, discharges and tears have marked Saturday on TV 2 in recent weeks.

Many events have created headlines, but most of them were a former handball player and the "farm star" profile, Frank Løke, who stood behind it when he shocked viewers to put the suitcase on the right without prior notice of production.

This led to the removal of Løke from the program.

FIRST INTERVIEW: Frank Løke is back home after the "Should We Dance" scandal. See the first conversation with him here. Reporter: Linn Christin Marthinussen. Video: Andreas Fadum / Dagbladet
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According to tradition, TV 2 invites all former participants to the park when the time of the final exhibition comes.

Earlier today, the channel could temporarily confirm to Dagbladet that Frank Løke is the only participant in the year that was not invited.

– Frank deliberately broke the production guidelines and thus broke the ground for further cooperation. That is why it is not part of the final program, said Jan-Petter Dahl, PR and media director on TV 2.

Unlike Dagbladet, Løke could say that he would like to think about re-meeting with his former colleagues, "We should dance."

– TV 2 can decide who invites you to the party. It was nice to meet other participants again. I had a good tone with the majority, but now I have other plans for this weekend, he said.

Already this Saturday we know who will win this year's "Should We Dance" victory.

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