NYDALEN (Dagbladet): Tonight is the semifinal "Shall we dance", where the three semifinalists have danced the most important dance of today's competition.
"Time for the home" – Einar Nilsson (54), the participant "Paradise Hotel", Martine Lunde (22) and former football player and Jan Gunnar Solli (37) DJ are all at the best of & # 39; your program with nightclubs, each rounds on the parquet floor.
In the end, Martine Lunde pulled the straw shortest just a week before the big game, after ending in a dance dance against Jan Gunnar Solli.
"I thought I'd be more sad, but I'm very pleased I've come to the third. I never think I should go so far," he said. Lunde i Dagbladet with a smile after it was sent.
She adds that she is grateful for the experience and she is not bitter about having a home vote so close to the final.
"What I am sorry about is that I can not learn the dance of the show, but I think Jan Gunnar and Einar deserve the final seats so ill, and I hate both of them they said.
Over the last few months, Martine Lunde has made a significant contribution to her daily life to take part in the TV program 2. She does not hide that there are things, she's looking forward to having a time ago .
"It will be great to have time for friends and family again. I can not remember recently that we can say yes to be with my friends, he admits.
The 22-year-old is unsure whether she will continue with the dance in the future.
"Maybe I travel to Stockholm and take some private lessons at Fredric once," he says, adding that she believes that the two dance partners will keep the friendship.
– Definitely, Brunberg answers.
Next week, Einar Nilsson, together with Danny Anette Stokke partner, and Jan Gunnar Solli, together with Rikke Lund dance partner, will fight to reach the top of the dance competition.
– Is not that good?
Last week, Thea Næss's kicker box was voted at home and became a sensitive relative.
"It's a bit how hard it means when you've been working so hard for so many weeks, and you're so close to the target," he told Dagbladet after sending the last Saturday.
However, he noted that the dance had given her a taste.
"I will definitely continue to dance, and I hope that everyone in the home who has watched has been infected and the dance we hope to share so that more people will start dancing. I believe that that & OK, says Næss.
The week before the top blogger surprised Sophie Elise Isachsen (23) when he chose to pull back the competition just before sending it. He was for mental reasons.
"Should we dance" gave me the belief in a completely valuable way, because it has given me the belief that I can feel well through the time. But then it also asks you to thank and do it now. There is no dramatic reason, I'm not right, told Isachsen to Dagbladet at the time.
Isachsen's decision was known just a few weeks after Aune Sand also chose to put on a shelf dancing shoes so Amalie Snøløs could take his place in the competition.
However, snowflakes smell back two weeks later.
Certainly, this unexpected and unexpected season of "Should We Dance" has been. Naked shock, shock and tear exits have marked Saturday 2 on television in recent weeks.
A number of events have created headlines, but most were a front football player and "Farmen celebrity" profile, Frank Løke, who stood when it was shocking viewers to give & # 39; r cês on the right without notice of the advance production.
This led to Løke from being thrown out of the program.
In tradition, TV 2 invites all of the former participants to the park when it's time for the final show.
Earlier today, the channel could temporarily confirm Dagbladet that Frank Løke is the only participant of the year that will not be invited.
– Frank deliberately broke the production guides and therefore broke the foundation for further cooperation. It is not, therefore, part of the final program, says Jan-Petter Dahl, Public Director and Media 2 TV.
Opposing Dagbladet, Løke could say he would like to think of a reunion with former "We We Dance" colleagues.
– TV 2 can decide who they are inviting to a party. Fun has been with other participants again. I had a good mood with the majority, but now I have made other plans for that weekend, he said.
On Saturday, he will be known who will win the "We We Dance" game this year.
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