Didrik Solli-Tangen has spoken to The Euro Trip about his memories of representing Norway on home soil at Eurovision 2010.
Didrik Solli-Tangen who represented Norway at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo has spoken to James Rowe as part of the Big Interview on The Euro Trip. The singer looked back at representing his country on home soil, but there was a tinge of regret from the singer about his performance a decade ago.
I felt that the Eurovision number was a bit anonymous. It was just so dark. It wasn’t the happy thing I wanted it to be.
In the interview which can be heard now in the latest The Euro Trip podcast, Didrik went on to speak about his regret about the staging changes from Melodi Grand Prix to Eurovision. He explained that he felt that the performance was “overthought”.
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The Euro Trip is a podcast available on Acast, Apple Podcasts and Spotify with Rob Lilley and James Rowe bringing you a weekly show featuring big guests and fun games from the world of the Eurovision Song Contest.
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Games will also keep listeners entertained with the European Quiz and One Second Song featuring in the weekly show. Rob and James will be challenged on their knowledge of the continent, and will also test one another on their ability to recognise Eurovision songs from just a one second clip. Not only that, but they’ll also be rounding up all the latest news in a bite size chunk.
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