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How do you feel about representing Norway in Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway?
I am humble and grateful that I was chosen to represent my country at home. Not many people get to do that.
What does representing Norway mean for you?
A lot, I am honored to wear the Norwegian flag on my chest. I try to think like an athlete would.
What do you expect from the ESC? Do you think it will have an impact on your career?
I don’t want to speculate, because I am still a student.
This year we have a mixed system of votes with jury and tele-votes. Do you think this will play in your favour?
Life’s too short to guess. The best song will win and I am not worried about the system.
Tell us about your song “My heart is yours”. What is the song about?
It is written for me by Hanne Sørvaag and Fredrik Kempe. A dynamic duo when it comes to pop tunes. They wrote it after we had discussions around themes and ideas. I am hopelessly romantic and you can hear it! I think the lyrics are self-explanatory.
Will you go for a promo tour before Oslo?
I have heard rumours about people spending lots of money on campaigns that don’t pay off. I believe in the slogan this year, “Share The Moment” and I think Europeans make up their minds and vote during the final.
What are you most looking forward to about taking part in and what can we expect from your stage show?
I think the song is going to be the focalpoint. It’s a dream just to sing, so I am not going to bring in ice-skaters or ballet-dancers.
Have you heard the rest of the entries? Do you have any favorites?
There are some great ones; Denmark, Sweden, Armenia and Spain to mention some.
What would you recommend visiting in Norway during the ESC-days?
The Opera, Holmenkollen, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, the Royal Castle and the Vigeland Park.
Which is your favourite all time Eurovision song and your favourite from your home country?
My friend Alexander Rybak broke records last year and I love Fairytale. A simple and catchy popsong that never leaves you.