Week 8 of “The Farm” has concluded, meaning there are only two weeks left before the winner is announced.
On Wednesday, Maria Sophie Skogvoll Andberg (23 years old) was chosen as the first champion by large farmer Anders Riding (37 years old). And on Sunday, she chose Carla Maria Haringstad, 30, to fight — a duel in publishing that Andberg ultimately won.
Thus the adventure ended for Haringstad.
-Definitely the best
It wasn’t. Because the “Torpet” side competition was about to end.
-I had been on the “farm” for eight weeks and I thought I would quit in the third week. I was very happy with everything I was able to experience. Maria was much better than me in this branch here. I had no idea whether I was good or bad in that sense, she told Se og Hør.
The TV profile boasts of Sunday’s opponent and admits it was a deserved loss.
– Maria was clearly the best. But for me, the worst thing was leaving the people I loved on “the farm,” the 30-year-old says, continuing:
– I didn’t know that “Torpet” still existed. In my opinion, it was nice to return to the ordinary world, but it was also nice to come to “Torpet” and see Yacine (Al-Barakani, 31 years old, editor’s note) and Arvid (Mayland, 55 years old, editor’s note.) again..
She describes her stay in “Torpet” as follows:
– It was very nice, because there were only three of us, and we sat there and talked about life. Yassin had received a letter from home, he read it to me – and we talked about everything between heaven and earth. It was a nice evening.
Haringstad arrived at the little side farm in the evening. The next day something very unexpected happened.
– Niklas came, and we were told that we must prepare for the final. Then we went to the barn for the knowledge competition.
Haringstad impressed in the ‘Torpet’ final and won. Berkani came in second place and was also allowed to return to the main farm, one of many changes to the TV 2 program this fall.
Specifically, never before has more than one ‘Torpet’ winner secured a spot on ‘Farmen’.
– It was great to go there with Yassin again. Just being two. We agree on a lot, but we also agree to disagree on other things. Yassin is a very wonderful man, says the Torbet winner.
The 30-year-old from Karmoy reveals she’s stretched a bit during the eight weeks she’s spent so far at Friedheim Farm.
-I smoked a pipe throughout my stay. It was stolen from the big farmer’s loft. I got it most of the time, but that time I broke the rules. I simply made my way to the large farmer’s loft.
-Did you break into the big farmer’s loft?
– Yes. “But it was just the tobacco that lasted for two days, but they were two very delicious days,” she says with a laugh.
I broke into the house in week seven – using a flat iron – when it was competition week, and the farm didn’t have a big farmer.
That’s why the big farmer’s loft is closed.
-I found the flat iron during competition week and thought production might have been hiding the tobacco until the following week. I didn’t get the lock itself, but I did get the hook that the lock was hanging on.
According to Haringstad, the crime was never discovered.
– No, but it was also an innocent thing. Inside the Farm, I think this is not the worst thing that could happen.
Responding to hate
For the past few weeks this has been the case Bad mood Between Katherine Jacobsen (41 years old) and Björk Valnes Atladóttir (28 years old) who received the most attention.
It was when Jacobsen, as a large farmer, chose to hold a rigged lottery to determine who would become the first champion, that the feud began.
Haringstad, Jacobsen’s best friend on the farm, asks viewers to improve their behavior on social media.
-I actually chose not to read too much about it on social media myself. But I have to admit that people are dragging me into this, as I’m friends with Katherine. She has her opinions, and yes, she went out of her way with this drag. But anyway guys, understand that “farm” is a game.
– I talk to Catherine as often as I can, and we often talk about the fact that those who sit and comment know nothing about anything. We have our story, and the other participants have theirs, says the eliminated “Farmen” participant, who is nonetheless still in the fight for “Farmen’s” victory, to Se og Hør.
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