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Maria Mina and Morten Kleiba:

Maria Mina and Morten Kleiba:

Autumn’s big musical comedy has celebrities flocking to Oslo’s Great Hall Chateau Neuf. Sister Act builds on the film’s success with Whoopi Goldberg since 1992, and has had both Broadway and West End success.

With fierce disco rhythms and great folk ballads, the stage is set to infuse a real pleasure to perform!

– It went so fast

Maria Mina, 36, attended the premiere with her partner Morten Klepa, 35, who had previously kept a low profile.

– You’ll be the first to take a picture of us from the press! Maria smiles as she gently looks at her chosen one.

They met before the pandemic: Maria Mina says that she and her boyfriend have a lot of fun together.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

They met before the pandemic: Maria Mina says that she and her boyfriend have a lot of fun together. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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The popular artist talks about a relationship that arose in record time two and a half years ago.

Morten and I met right before Corona. We dated for two weeks, then there was a closure, and then he moved on. Things went fast! Maria laughs.

Husband: Maria Mina was a guest on “Sinkfield” and talked there about her boyfriend. Video: TV 2
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– We just had to move in together, and it worked out really well. Sometimes only you know. We “knew” it had to be us, and we had so much fun together, it’s radiant.

Maria is currently in the news with the song “It Was Love” that she wrote for the new drama series “Ettergloð” on NRK.

Yes and No: Inger Lise Rypdal, 72, can imagine a period of meditation, without a cell phone, but her boyfriend Kjetil Bie (61) is setting her foot to become a full-time nun.  - It will not apply!  wink.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Yes and No: Inger Lise Rypdal, 72, can imagine a period of meditation, without a cell phone, but her boyfriend Kjetil Bie (61) is setting her foot to become a full-time nun. – It will not apply! wink. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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Sisters of the Bride: Gorey Shank (60) and her sister Kristen (51) shone on the red carpet.  - We are friends and family.  It is very comfortable, they smiled at the sisters, who refuse any idea to live in a monastery.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Sisters of the Bride: Gorey Shank (60) and her sister Kristen (51) shone on the red carpet. – We are friends and family. It is very comfortable, they smiled at the sisters, who refuse any idea to live in a monastery. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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“Sister Act” is set in San Francisco, where the protagonist has to hide in a convent from her ex-boyfriend, who is wanted for murder.

Clearly visionary and energetic, Lily Pendres, 76, appeared at the premiere with her granddaughter Celine Pendres, 23, and when we asked Lily if she could imagine living in celibacy as a nun herself, she replied with a smile:

Close Relationship: Lily Pendres and granddaughter Celine have always thrived in each other's company, and love to go out together!  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Close Relationship: Lily Pendres and granddaughter Celine have always thrived in each other’s company, and love to go out together! Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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– No, I am very happy with life and freedom. So I guess it would have been really bad, Lily laughs.

Always Together: Anders Hatlow and his wife, Mae Lees (75), shined on the red carpet.  When asked if he could imagine living as a monk, Anders replied with

Always Together: Anders Hatlow and his wife, Mae Lees (75), shined on the red carpet. When asked if he could imagine living as a monk, Anders answered plainly and frankly “no.” May-Lis didn’t like that idea either! Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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JØRN AND THE GIRLS: Jørn Hoel, 65, is enjoying himself with his daughter Mila, 15, and wife Trine, 51, on this big musical fall.  Jørn is currently publishing his first cookbook, and will later go on a Christmas tour with Wenche Myhre and Emil Solli-Tangen.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

JØRN AND THE GIRLS: Jørn Hoel, 65, is enjoying himself with his daughter Mila, 15, and wife Trine, 51, on this big musical fall. Jørn is currently publishing his first cookbook, and will later go on a Christmas tour with Wenche Myhre and Emil Solli-Tangen. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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strong relationship

Lily’s granddaughter Celine can tell about a close relationship with her grandmother.

– We like to go out together. It is very convenient! We’ve been eating together since I was little. We often went shopping together, and ended up at Theatrecaféen. It was our liking, you smile.

Family Fun: Watched Hanne Krogh (65) and her husband Trygve (73)

Family Fun: Hanne Krogh (65) and husband Trygve (73) watched “Sister Act” with their adult children Amalie (29) and Sverre (41). Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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Lily laughs and remembers:

Celine is just as interested in clothes as I am. She was like a “cheater” out of my nose, always making a mess in my makeup drawer and my clothes.

– And when I was visiting, we had a “fashion show,” Celine recalls.

Girls' Night: Songbird Helen Boxell, 41, brings her daughters Ella, 15, and Hanna, 13, to Chateau Neuf.  - They are the prettiest girls around.  Today we have girls' night.  It's fun that they are so grown up that I can take them to the stage and introduce them to the world of musicals, smiles Helen.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Girls’ Night: Songbird Helen Boxell, 41, brings her daughters Ella, 15, and Hanna, 13, to Chateau Neuf. – They are the prettiest girls around. Today we have girls’ night. It’s fun that they are so grown up that I can take them to the stage and introduce them to the world of musicals, smiles Helen. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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The main role in “Sister Act” was played by Anna-Lisa Kumoji (32), known from the Melodi Grand Prix, “Stjernekamp” and such musicals as “The Book of Mormon” and “Flashdance”. With her Mia Gundersen herself (60) in the abbey role in the abbey.

Film stars and stars: Anna-Lisa Komoji and Mia Gundersen have a mutual admiration.  Veteran Mia bragged about the efforts of Anna Lisa Komoji in a great performance!  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Film stars and stars: Anna-Lisa Komoji and Mia Gundersen have a mutual admiration. Veteran Mia bragged about the efforts of Anna Lisa Komoji in a great performance! Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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Anna Lisa says the role of nightclub singer Delores van Cartier is the biggest she’s seen in her budding career.

– It’s my dream role – since the ’90s! I never had such a big role before, so here I can show everything I can do in acting, singing and dancing. Emotional Anna-Lisa tells Se og Hør that it feels like a victory.

I feel like I saw Deloris in the play, and I’m humbled and grateful that the producers believed in me.

Musical joy:

Musical Joy: “Sister Act” is a performance play. Anna-Lisa Kumoji and Ingeborg Walther (foreground) participated in “Stjernekamp”, and they are shining stars here too! Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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No to celibacy

Mia Gundersen brags about her “nun companion”:

– It was interesting to play in contrast to Anna-Lisa, or “Deloris”, smiling Mia, who could not imagine a life of celibacy, as her character does. But she respects that others have a different point of view:

Boy's Night: Radio and TV Profile Niklas Barley, 33, and her husband, psychiatrist Benjamin Selseth, 31, enjoyed themselves at the premiere.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Boy’s Night: Radio and TV Profile Niklas Barley, 33, and her husband, psychiatrist Benjamin Selseth, 31, enjoyed themselves at the premiere. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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Smile for the photographer: Jannike Kruse (47) and her husband André Jåtog (51) put their biggest smiles on, and looked forward to a very impressive performance.  Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør

Smile for the photographer: Jannike Kruse (47) and her husband André Jåtog (51) put their biggest smiles on, and looked forward to a very impressive performance. Photo: Tore Skaar / Se og Hør
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I have great respect for whoever chooses to become a nun, because it is a profound vocation. They sacrifice a lot. But I personally really want to experience life, and not just the spiritual side. You must live life! As a spiritual person, I understand that there is something “more,” and I can understand some women’s desire to become a nun – that is, they feel a calling. What I don’t understand is that they give up so much of life itself. I myself cannot live without men. It would have been awful!

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