Steven Eriksen believes he should shut up for Sunday's game

Steven Eriksen believes he should shut up for Sunday's game

– Stephen, is it possible?

The words belong to Martha Levestad, 30, co-star of “The Game” in Sunday’s episode. After a moment, she admired her friend Line Andersen (50) and left the living room in favor of the bedroom.

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– I can not handle. “I'm going for a walk,” Andersen said earlier, after Steven Eriksen, 60, asked her not to look at him as sternly as he thought she was doing.

The background was the hype surrounding the fact that Vidar Magnussen (46 years old) stabbed his “teammates” upstairs in the back in To send Danpei Choi home (30)although those who remained on the “team” had agreed to send Erik Thorstedt (61) home.

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– Hot and squeezed

As for Se og Hør, Steven Eriksen does not hide the fact that he thinks the session was unpleasant.

He reveals a deal

He reveals the secret “game” deal


-It was very hot and exhausting. It was read and approved for Eric's exit, which he himself agreed to. That was the plan of the gang upstairs. It didn't work out that way, and then there was a bit of heat, he says.

Left the room: Line Andersen didn't like that Vidar Magnussen broke the plan, and chose to send Danby Choi home.  Steven Eriksen (second from right) commented on Andersen's appearance, causing her to leave.  Image: TV2

Left the room: Line Andersen didn't like that Vidar Magnussen broke the plan, and chose to send Danby Choi home. Steven Eriksen (second from right) commented on Andersen's appearance, causing her to leave. Image: TV2
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– Some girls felt betrayed when Vidar backed out of this agreement. I can understand that, but perhaps this wasn't the first time during those weeks that someone had gone unseen inside the villa.

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The 60-year-old customs officer believes Magnussen was right in saying he was behind what just happened.

– He would be damned if he didn't admit it. Which is exactly what I thought was nice of him. He explained himself, and it led to a somewhat tense atmosphere.

I won't say anything: Line Andersen does not want to comment on Sunday's episode.  Photo: Andreas Vadum

I won't say anything: Line Andersen does not want to comment on Sunday's episode. Photo: Andreas Vadum
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-I felt betrayed

TV File regrets one thing in the ensuing chaos.

- A real shock

– A real shock


– I really should shut up. Everyone was just listening to what Vidar said. He got it, in a way, but in a bit of a fragmented and divided way. This is what I was trying to express, that we should let Vidar say what he wants to say. But the screws were out.

SA From: Iene Andersen and Martha Levenstad were visibly upset after their surprise exit on Sunday.  Image: TV2

SA From: Iene Andersen and Martha Levenstad were visibly upset after their surprise exit on Sunday. Image: TV2
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He admits he was caught in bed.

– But in a way I understand. Some girls felt betrayed. Maybe what happened on Line's way in “The Game” might have revealed a little that night there.

Se og Hør spoke to Line Andersen, who did not want to comment on the matter.

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