On Saturday, the stage was finally set for the biggest party in the TV industry, viz Golden Route at Creek Hall. There, more than 20 prizes were awarded, including the highest prize – the Honorary Prize.
No one else ran away with it Anne-Kate. Herland (50).
– I’m very happy with this. And at the same time I’m a little shy in situations like this, which’s why I said thank you from the platform that received the gold box.
It’s been a while since we last focused on Herland, and he has openly stated before that he has gone through some challenging years. Watch and listen to an exclusive interview However, she was open about what happened recently.
– No regrets
Hærland, like others, has experienced many conditions in his 50s. Last with Young girlfriend, Corey Joao Peterson (47). In 2017, they drowned and said “yes” to each other, but now he reveals that they are divorced.
According to her, the breakup must have happened some time ago, but they have deliberately chosen to keep it to themselves.
– I do not have a bad word to say about my ex. Conditions were felt there, until it was no longer accepted. Breakdown is not a big deal and you will be very upset. But I did not regret even a second, I am glad of everything that happened, she tells to see and hear, and says more:
– And I’ve had a good divorce, and although it’s hard, it’s usually better to separate.
In a relationship with Hærland, Peterson brought with him two daughters, whom they have had from a previous relationship. The winner of the latest honors award says that he has a lot of love for women and now puts it as one of the best things that has come out of his divorce from her ex-husband.
Hærland Finally in the fall of 2020, TV 2 was hot for the US presidential election. However, corona brake means that everything has to be done in Norway.
Currently busy with new project. Earlier this year, he was able to reveal to Docbladet that he had started a new job at Aller Media – as a podcast developer at the Aller Social Club. For the job offer, she responded:
– I really want to create podcasts for others, and if I can work with it, consider creating my own.
The content of the podcasts is currently categorized, but he promises breadth and insight on a variety of topics, and listeners will recognize his style.
Hærland is employed by the Aller Social Club, which, like Dagbladet, is owned by Aller Media.
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