Viggo Finn performed for the Royal Family tonight

Viggo Finn performed for the Royal Family tonight

Both British and Swedish royalty were in the audience when Viggo Venn performed at the Royal Albert Hall this evening. – Completely nonsense, was the comment of the comedian himself.


The Norwegian Britain’s Got Talent winner dazzled in reflective jackets and personality tonight during the traditional Royal Variety Performance. Both British and Swedish kings sat in the hall.

Finn’s royal appearance has been planned for a long time, says Finn’s booking agent Monika Nygaard Nytrupt at entertainment agency ShowPeople to VG.

– Whoever wins Britain’s Got Talent can perform at The Royal Variety Charity at the Royal Albert Hall, among others, His Majesty Charles III, she writes to VG just minutes before Venn takes to the stage.

KONG: Viggo Finn performed the traditional show in London tonight.

Royal in reflective jacket

The British king was not the only one who was in the hall on Thursday evening. Prince William and Princess Kate were also in attendance, along with Sweden’s Crown Prince, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel. The Swedes are on a two-day visit to their royal counterparts in Great Britain.

As usual, it’s a star-studded scene when the royal parade begins. Besides Viggo Finn, Americans Cher, Swedes Zara Larsson and Rick Astley were among others on stage.

The comedian from Kongsberg took first place in Britain’s Got Talent this summer. Even then he was aware of the evening’s performance.

– King Charles and Queen Camilla. Finn told VG this summer that it was completely nonsense that a Norwegian man from Kongsberg in a reflective vest would be entertaining the king.

Then he promised that he would also sing for King Harald of Norway and Queen Sonja if he was asked to do so.

Viggo Venn performed in front of 20,000 people in the video below:


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