NYDALEN (Dagbladet): Tonight's semi-finals in "Dancing", where three semifinals danced today at the most important dance competition.
"Time for the Home" -Einar Nilsson (54), Paradise Hotel participant Martine Lunde (22) and former football player and DJ Jan Gunnar Solli (37) all danced in the best way of their program this evening and they all got two circuit on parquet.
Eventually, Martina Lunde pulled the shortest straw just one week before the big finals, after she finished dancing with Jan Gunnar Solli.
"I thought I'd be more sorry, but I'm happy to come to third place. I never thought I should go so far," Lunde Dagbladet said with a smile after sending.
She added that she was grateful for her experience and was not bitter because she had voted home so near the end.
"I'm sorry I can not teach a dance show, but I think Jan Gunnar and Einar deserve final places so sick, and I hate them all, she says.
In recent months, Martina Lunda drastically organized her daily life to participate in TV 2 program. She does not hide that she has some things she's looking forward to getting time.
"It would be great to have time for friends and family. I can not remember that I could say recently that with my girls, she admits.
The 22-year-old is not sure whether to continue with the dance in the future.
"Maybe I'm going to Stockholm and taking private lessons at Fredric once," she says, adding that she believes the two dance partners will keep their friendship.
– Definitely, Brunberg responds.
Next week, along with dancer partner Anette Stokke and Jan Gunnar Solli, along with dance partner Rikke Lund, will fight to be at the top of the dance competition.
– Is not that good?
Last week was the kick boxer Thea Næss, who voted home, making it a sensitive thing for her.
"It's odd how much it means when you've been so busy so many weeks and you're so close to the goal," Dagbladet said after sending last Saturday.
However, she pointed out that her dance gave her a taste.
"I'm sure I will continue dancing, and I hope everyone in the house who has watched the dancing that we hope to share, so that more people start dancing. I think that's good, Næss said.
One week before the surprise blogger Sophie Elise Isachsen (23) was surprised when he decided to withdraw from the competition just before sending. It was for mental reasons.
"Must dance," I gave faith to myself in a way that was utterly invaluable because it gave me the conviction that I always feel good. But then also requires you to thank and do it now. There is no dramatic reason, I'm just not well, said Isachsen Dagbladet at that time.
Isachsen's decision was known only a few weeks after Aune Sand decided to put dance shoes on the shelf so Amalie Snøløs could take his place in the competition.
However, the snow smells back two weeks later.
It was undoubtedly an unpredictable and interesting season for "Should We Dance" this fall. Scary shock, shock and tears marked Saturday on TV for the past 2 weeks.
Numerous events created headlines, but most were former handball and "Farmen celebrity" profiles, Frank Løke, who was standing shocked by viewers to put the box on the right without notice of production in advance.
This led to Løke being thrown out of the program.
In tradition, TV 2 invites all the former participants to the park when it is time for the final show.
Earlier today, the channel could temporarily confirm to Dagbladet that Frank Løke was the only participant of the year who was not invited.
"Frank deliberately breached production guidelines and thus broke the foundations for further cooperation. It is therefore not part of the final program, said Jan-Petter Dahl, PR and director of the media on TV 2.
Opposite Dagbladet, Løke could have said he would like to think about reuniting with his former colleagues "Should We Dance".
– TV 2 can decide who is calling for a party. It was fun to meet the other participants. I had a good tone with most, but now I've made other plans for that weekend, he said.
Next Saturday will be known who will be coming from this year's "Should We Dance" on a goat's victory.
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