"Should we dance": – Martine Lunde from "Should we dance" a week before the end



NYDALEN (Dagbladet): Tonight is the semi-finals in "Pay We", where the three semi-finals danced today's most important dance competition.

"Day for the House" – Einar Nilsson (54), participant of "Paradise Hotel" Martine Lunde (22) and former footballer and DJ Jan Gunnar Solli (37) danced for the best program each night on the floor.

In the end, Martine Lunde pulled out the shortest straw only a week before the big finale and ended up with a dance dance against Jan Gunnar Solli.

"I thought I would be more sorry, but I'm glad I came in third. I never thought I should go so far," Lunda Dagbladet smiled after sending.

It's not bitter

She adds that she is grateful for the experience and is not bitter because she voted home so close to the final one.

"What I'm most sorry for is that I can not learn dance. But I think Jan Gunnar and Einar deserve the back seat so painful, and I hate both of them, he says.

In recent months, Martine Lunde has drastically organized her daily life and participated in the TV program 2. She does not hide that there are some things that she looks forward to staying.

"It's nice to have time for friends and family. Lately, I can not remember that I could actually say" yes "to be recognized with my friends.

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

"Maybe I travel to Stockholm, and once in Fredric I do some private lessons," she says, adding that she believes that dance partners will maintain friendship.

– Sure, Brunberg answers.

Next week, Einar Nilsson, together with dancing partners Anette Stokke and Jan Gunnar Solli, together with their dance partner Rikke Lund, will fight to come to the top of the dance competition.

37 POINT: Jan Gunnar Solli and Vice-Rikke Lund received 37 points for their double pair. Photo: TV 2
37 POINTS: Jan Gunnar Solley and professional dancer Rikke Lund received 37 points for their passport duplicate. Photo: TV 2
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36 POINTS: Martine Lunde and vice-rector Fredric Brungberg scored 36 points for a slow game. Photo: TV 2
36 POINTS: Martine Lunde and vice-rector Fredric Brungberg scored 36 points for a slow game. Photo: TV 2
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36 points: Einar Nilsson and professional Anette Stokke scored 36 points for speed. Photo: TV 2
36 POINTS: Einar Nilsson and Anette Stokke scored 36 points for speed. Photo: TV 2
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– Is not that good?

Last week, the boxer Thea Næss was chosen, who was voted home, who became her sensitive subject.

"It's strange how much this means if you work so much for so many weeks and you are so close to the goal," Dagbladet said after she sent her last Saturday.

However, she emphasized that the dance gave her a taste.

"I will definitely continue the dance, and I hope that all the homes that were watching are infected with the dance we hoped for more people to start dancing. I think that's good, Næss said.

TOPPSCORE: Jan Gunnar Solli and Rikke Lund reached the highest point of the competition, 40 points, for the second dance of the night when they played a Viennese ball. Photo: TV 2
Best Shooter: Jan Gunnar Solli and Rikke Lund achieved the highest score of the competition, 40 points, for the second dance of the evening, when the Viennese elections were held. Photo: TV 2
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DANCE WITH FRIENDS: Martine Lunde and dance partner Fredric Brunberg reached 33 points for their lives. Martine brought three friends to the parquet floor. Photo TV 2
DANCE WITH FRIENDS: Martine Lunde and dance partner Fredric Brunberg got 33 points for their living. Martine brought three friends to the parquet floor. Photo TV 2
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0 POINTS: Einar Nilsson and dancing partner Anette Stokke also received the best result for the second evening dance. They gave a Viennese roll, dedicated to Einar's girls. Photo: TV 2
0 points: Einar Nilsson and dancing partner Anette Stokke also got the best result for the second evening dance. They gave a Viennese roll, dedicated to Einar's girls. Photo: TV 2
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The week before, she was surprised by the top blogger Sophie Elise Isachsen, 23, when she decided to withdraw from the competition just before sending. For mental reasons.

"If you were dancing," he gave me all the faith in a way that is absolutely priceless, because he gave me the conviction that I feel good all the time. But it also requires you to thank and do it now. There is no dramatic reason, I'm just not well, Isachen told Dagbladet.

Isachen's decision was not known until a few weeks after Aune Sand decided to dance on the shelf, so Amalie Snøløs could take the place in the competition.

However, the snow smoke smells back two weeks later.

Final Denial

Undoubtedly, it was an unpredictable and diverse season "Should We Dance" this fall. Naked shock, shock of tears and tears marked Saturday's TV 2 in recent weeks.

Many events have created cover-ups, most of which were former handball player and professor Farmer Løke, Frank Løke, who took the lead when he shocked the audience to put the tie to the right without prior notice of production.

This led to Løke being excluded from the program.

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In the tradition of TV 2, all the former participants in the park are invited, when it is time for the final broadcast.

Today, the channel could temporarily confirm to Dagbladet that Frank Løke is the only participant of the year not invited.

– Frank deliberately violated the production guidelines and thus cleared the foundations for further cooperation. Therefore, it is not part of the final program, said Jan-Petter Dahl, PR and media director in TV 2.

Unlike Dagbladet, Løke could say that he would like to think about meeting his colleagues from the Should We Dance group.

– TV 2 can decide who they invite to the customer. It was a fun meeting with other participants once again. I had a good tone with the majority, but now I have made other plans for this weekend, he said.

The next Saturday will know who will be this year entitled "Should We Dance".

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