Vidar Magnusen reveals a real shock in the TV 2 program Spillet

Vidar Magnusen reveals a real shock in the TV 2 program Spillet

Things are going tough inside Villa Spillet in Nissia. Sunday's episode was particularly dramatic, when the Basement team, led by Eric Thorstedt, 61, chose to inform everyone that they knew it was Danpee Choi, 30, who let the community down in the first episode and sent home – they then believed – actress Annette Huff ( 62).

-Do you do things differently


Until Sunday's episode, the Basement team chose to withhold information they knew had a role in the game. Instead, they almost chose to freeze him out by not communicating with him.

Not least after he promised in good faith that it wasn't him who sent the former “Caesars Hotel” star home.

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– Production broke out

On the other hand, the apparent “all against one” atmosphere caused production to halt at one point, Choi recently told Dagbladet.

– Before the people downstairs decided to tell the upstairs that they knew who they voted for, they walked around the place very angry with me, he said before continuing:

-I never understood why. Then the atmosphere became very tense, and at one point he broke into the production and I felt like there was a form of “bullying” being done to me within the house.

Smiling again: Danpei Choi, Steven Eriksen, Victoria Skow, and Line Andersen don't seem to be arch enemies anymore.  Photo: Andreas Vadum/Si og Hour

Smiling again: Danpei Choi, Steven Eriksen, Victoria Skow, and Line Andersen don't seem to be arch enemies anymore. Photo: Andreas Vadum/Si og Hour
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When the Downstairs and Upstairs teams were competing, the Upstairs team decided not to participate in the memory-themed task. So Choi had to compete alone with Downstairs.

It is a competition that he also won against all odds.

- a form of

– A form of “bullying”


– Sacrifice him

TV analyst Vidar Magnussen (46), one of the 30-year-old's slightly outcast teammates, tells Dagbladet that there was, to put it mildly, an intense atmosphere at this time.

-He cooked well. But it was also very exciting, when we made the decision to “freeze” Danby. We sacrificed it in some way. But it was very clear. Then he won that competition on his own, which was a real shock for us, but in the end it ended in joy, he says.

He adds:

– It was a fun trip, an interesting play.

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I'm forgiven

– Do you recognize yourself in what Choi said about stopping production due to bad weather? Because it has become a form of bullying?

– No, I didn't try it that way. Rather, I felt like people talked to the production to clarify some things. He sees this from his own point of view. But I think he himself experienced it that way.

Opens: Vidar Magnussen tells Dagbladet that no one had a personal vendetta against Danby Choi.  Photo: TV2 / Mastiff

Opens: Vidar Magnussen tells Dagbladet that no one had a personal vendetta against Danby Choi. Photo: TV2 / Mastiff
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Magnussen emphasizes that the production team sometimes steps in and explains different things to the participants.

– For me, it was dramatic to be exposed and so on, but it was good that we could talk a little bit and get clarification on the issues.

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The 46-year-old believes that what happened inside the house did not affect his relationship with Choi today.

– He lied to us all, then left him alone for a while. But now all is forgiven. This is a game, and Danby can take on a lot. He tells Dagbladet that this was never anyone's personal matter.

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