“Every Time We Meet” — Emily hit the music: “crushingly devastating.”

“Every Time We Meet” — Emily hit the music: “crushingly devastating.”

Emily Hollow (25) likes singing about feelings better than talking about them. As a guest star at “Hver Gang vi Metes” on Saturday, she didn't run away.

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– I'm a little afraid to see myself speaking, although sometimes I feel comfortable in a safe environment, Holo tells VG.

When the artist was first asked to participate, she thought she had nothing to talk about.

– That I simply did not control my life. I find it easier to carry these feelings with me and suppress them. But here I almost had to dig in life, she says and smiles.

The 25-year-old had a real breakthrough with “Hver Gang vi Metes”. At the time of writing, four of her interpretations are on Spotify's list of the 50 most played songs in Norway.

– It's like you went from zero to 100. Being on the A-list has somehow not been part of the discussion before. Now suddenly several songs appeared at the same time.

Guest star: Emily Hollow flanked by (former) Matoma, Mary Bowen, Ramon, Ingrid Havik, Odin Staveland and William Christofferson.

Holo has had a passion for singing, music, and songwriting all his life. She made her debut when she was 12 years old and six years later finished fourth in “The Stream” (TV 2).

She co-wrote Alan Walker's song “Lily”, and is also a singer on it. The song has approximately 4.5 billion plays globally and nearly 400 million plays on Spotify.

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Of course, music was what Holo chose to delve into in high school, alongside fellow student and friend “HGVM” Ramon (26).

I didn't get a diploma

But the fact that Holo would end up failing in music last year was a huge disappointment.

Holo was so busy with his own music projects that the then-new 10 percent absence limit remained stuck in the wheels. She simply failed two musical subjects, due to her being absent so much Superficial Of music.

TV Stream: Emily Hollow.

– It was a setback for me, who has always been a “good girl,” and wants to be the best at everything I do, as Hulu says on TV.

-The fact that I could not finish high school was a real problem for me. Everyone left for closing. They got dressed, but I didn't want to go. She was so embarrassed that I didn't get a diploma, and she confides that to others around the table.

As for VG, Hulu explains:

– It was very devastating when I realized that I would not get that degree. I struggled to accept it, because it didn't match the image I had of myself.

Proud: “I have to pinch myself because other people are singing my songs,” Emily Hollow tells VG about

The high school absence threshold works such that if a pupil has more than 10 percent undocumented absences in a subject, the pupil does not receive a grade for the subject. Today, a student can have an approved absence with valid documentation.

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– When I was a student, the scheme was completely new. Maybe it looks a little different today, Hollow says.

In the past, she got a diploma, and she is happy about it. I took one subject as a special student right away, and the other a few years later.

-But I still feel a lump in my stomach talking about it, even though it worked out in the end.

Last week, Holo sang “I Know You're Gone” to a teary-eyed William Kristofferson, 72. After that, there was an influx of messages from viewers, who had experienced the loss of someone.

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“I wasn't ready to respond, so I'm completely overwhelmed,” she says.

It was a difficult song to do. The text hit Holo hard.

-You are not alone in this sadness. Almost everyone has lost someone they love, and I relate that a lot to those I lost. But it was nice to cry a little.

And in “Every Time We Meet” there is a lot of crying. On Saturday, Holo opens the gates more often.

-I was afraid I would be embarrassed, but now I think it's nice. We got too close to each other and our souls got messed up. “It was impossible not to collapse,” she says, laughing.

WITT: William Christopherson opens the floodgates for Hollow, just as Emily Hollow did for him last week.

The pop star sings frequently about heartbreak, based on her own experience. But for the past three years Holo has been happily in love.

She says on TV that she has the “best friend in the world.” But she didn't reveal who he was – not even to VG.

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“We have no effect on social media,” she said jokingly.

– It's certainly no secret that we're lovers, but we simply made a choice to keep it private. I'm a public figure and he's not. But friends and family know, she laughs.

A VG reviewer gave Hulu a roll of the dice last Saturday: “So gorgeous that this could be the highlight of the HGVM winter season».

She didn't realize it herself.

– I try to stay away from dice, because it's very easy to hit someone, she says.

-When we were in the bubble, we cheered and drilled for each other. Suddenly we will be reported. the I had forgotten. I'd rather just enjoy the experience, because that doesn't happen every day.

Proud: Emily Hollow with Matoma (TV), and guest artist Robin.

Corrected: VG first wrote that Alan Walker's “Lily” has over 2 billion streams globally. It turned out to be old numbers. The correct number is about 4.5 billion streams. The error was corrected on February 3 at 10.15am.

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