On his 2nd Day at ESC Alexander have been worked in the press center, got used to the role of reporter:) Made several cute interviews! And of course he visited some parties at the night (German and Israel ones). Let’s see how it was:
1. Interview of Alexander Rybak from the press center in Dusseldorf
Found by Josie Munck. Uploaded by Sonya Luzina. English translation by Tessa La. Subs by Julia Bezbakh. Russian translation by Sophia Khodorovskaya and Julia Bezbakh
Hello, guys! As we all know, Alexander is working as a reporter for NRK TV-channel at the ESC 2011 in Düsseldorf. We’d like to make you updated about his activities there, day-by-day, so stay in touch with our site!;)
Day 1st for Alexander was the May 8th, 2011. He and Stella have visited a garden party, which was organized for press by Russian delegation on ESC 2011. There they made some cute interviews and singalongs with Alexey Vorobyev, Russian ESC participant of this year:))) Let’s see how it was:
1. Alexander Rybak’s debut as a reporter – Interview with Stella Mwangi
Found by Olina Novikova. Uploaded by Sonya Luzina. English translation by Tessa La. Russian translation, English and Russian subs by Zhanna Sergueeva
MGP-general, Per Sundnes, is impressed by Alexander Rybak
Per Sundnes. Photo: Linn de Lange
Author: Elisabeth Norheim. Photo: Linn de Lange. Published on www.side2.no 13.04.09
Translation by Marianne Saietz Article revised by Anni Jowett
– “Alexander is very smart. At many of the concerts he starts by playing a Norwegian folk-tune, before he sets in with the monster-hit “Fairytale”. He is very cunning in that way. He challenges people with new stuff, instead of making them feel, he forces stuff upon them”,- NRK programme leader Per Sundnes, explains. He has made the portrait of the MGP-winner. Continue reading Per Sundnes about Alexander Rybak to side2.no 13.04.2009→
News research by Veronica Nord and text by Tessa La
Alexander is one of the celebrities in Norway who support Unicef and is one of the persons who are depicted at the exhibition “Close-up for UNICEF”, which consists of portraits of about 70 famous people in Norway, who had themselves being photographed looking naturally.
The production company “Monster” has taken the initiative for the exhibition, and the income from the sale of photos will go directly to UNICEF’s fund in order to eradicate HIV infection from mother to child.
The photo of Alexander can be yours for NOK 7.500,-. (ca. 947 euros). Size 60×60 cm, signed. The exhibition takes place on Tjuvhomen (Akker Brugge), Oslo, May 6th to 15th.