Bard Yilvisaker, Vegard Yilvisaker | Bard Ylvisaker refuses to do the same as his older brother: – I don't know of any connection

Bard Yilvisaker, Vegard Yilvisaker |  Bard Ylvisaker refuses to do the same as his older brother: – I don't know of any connection

Brothers Bard (41) and Vegard Elvisaker (44) have appeared on TV for a number of years, but mostly in just one genre.

Humor and music have always been the home of famous comedians, and of course it is the humor and music programs that they themselves created and participated in.

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In reality, it took a long time before either of them agreed, and perhaps this was the first and last time.

Not interested

In 2022, Vegard Ylvisåker took part in “71 Degrees North – Norway's Toughest Celebrities” – where he reached the top of the competition.

This is the first and so far only reality show that either of the Elvis brothers have accepted, but participation did not surprise either Bard or Vegard, they revealed to Netavicin.

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– Vegard always loved it very much, and had a great desire to participate. He's been asked about it several times — but only now has it finally clicked, Bard says.

As for venturing from south to north in Norway, that does not call for it.

– If I were asked to participate in something that touches my heart, I would definitely say yes. But not to “71 Degrees North,” Bard shares — before Big Brother chimes in:

-And nothing will break your heart.

Open for one thing

Bård has nothing against this kind of reality, but would rather be on the other side.

– I am happy to watch reality shows, but I like to see others participating in reality shows more than others. “I don't know of any connection,” he says.

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Big brother Vegard also isn't particularly interested in participating in any other reality shows — except for one thing.

“Team 71 Degrees North” will be fun. He says it depends a little bit on who you are on the team.

But if fans were hoping for Yelvisaker, they will be disappointed.

– I don't feel it, I know, Bard confirms.

– No, he has no desire. Vegard adds that it wouldn't be fun to watch on TV either.


Ashura Okorie

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