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Major Brett Anderson Honored On “Every Time We Meet” – VG Review Song for Song – VG

In the place of honor: It’s mag Brett Anderson, the undisputed veteran of the season, who is sitting in the place of honor tonight at Every Time We Meet.

In the second round of the season “Every Time We Meet” mag Brett Anderson (65 years old) took the place of honor. The VG reviewer rolled continuous dice along the way.

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With an active career of nearly fifty years, Maj Britt Andersen is undoubtedly the most experienced participant in this year’s season of the TV show 2. In total, she has released 25 albums solo and with others.

She is best known for her many children’s records. All of her 14 nominations for the Spellemann Prize were in this category, and Andersen took home the award for “People are weird” (1986) and “Væla around” (2015).

Children were also the focus on Saturday’s episode of Every Time We Meet, with Andersen becoming where audiences became more familiar with him. here I spoke frankly about deflation When she and her husband, Jair Holmson, found out that they couldn’t have children. The artist was also surprised by a very special guest – his daughter Daniela – who got several tears off the table and only on the sixth evening from VG references.

– I have almost no words. I couldn’t be happier for Daniela to come and sing for me. I couldn’t have imagined a better ending, says Andersen Animator.

This year’s artists are Mira, Mag Britt Andersen, Austin Grenny, Garley Bernhoft, Arif, Anna from North and Andreas Tex-Hockland. Stig Brenner arrives on the TV show later in the season.

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Read more about this year’s participants she has.

At the season opener, Andersen sang for five VG references, when she honored Andreas Haukeland with her own version of “Angel, Don’t Go”. VG’s Tor Martin Bøe rolled the dice and rolled them for each song performed.

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