Comedian and actor Kevin Foggins, 35, has tested positive for the coronavirus. This was stated by Seafood TV producer Alexander Herstal in a press release this afternoon.
Consequently, the premiere of “Single in Couple Therapy” – which should have premiered at the Ole Bull Scene in Bergen on Wednesday – has been postponed.
– I’m so sorry I had to postpone the first show. He has mild symptoms, and I’m so glad I took my third dose of the vaccine, Vågenes writes in a text message to Dagbladet.
– Now there will be solitude this week, after which I will come back strong. I can’t wait to start the show in Bergen, says the 35-year-old.
The new premiere date will be Wednesday, January 26, confirms Ole Bull Scene’s stage director, Sølvi Rolland.
The hook on the door
Vågenes captured the “whole” of Norway with its “Party Therapy” humor series in 2017. Nearly a million Norwegians watched the series in 2018, according to NRK.
Three years later, in September 2020, the actor revealed that there will be no more episodes of the series.
“It’s sad to say that this season of “Party Therapy” will be the last, but we’ve always wanted to finish while still thinking it was fun,” Vågenes wrote in Instagram On time and thanked everyone who watched the series.
Despite the fact that he was the hook on NRK’s ”Party Therapy” door, the actor has taken characters from the popular series to the hit single “Single in Couple Therapy.”
– It was so much fun to make something that had a lot to do with it. It seems right to end the season that is now over. Vaginis told Dagbladet that he is now waiting for new projects.
“One in couple therapy” was Latter Fall 2020 premiere. Now the 35-year-old will take the stage again once he is healthy.
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