Alexander Rybak and Greta Salome with a brilliant duet in the national ESC final on Iceland.
In addition to the duet, there were also an interview and at the end Alexander performed his legendary “Fairytale”. Below you find videos of the duet, the whole part with Alexander – interview, duet and “Fairytale”, and a video of only “Fairytale”.
The duet with Greta Salome
Recorded by TessaLa
Interview, the duet with Greta Salome and his performance of “Fairytale”.
Recorded by May Elisabeth Nipen
Alexander Rybak in the UK’s selection for Eurovision 2017 – “You Decide”.
Photo above: Thanks to the guys in ESC Kazakhstan for this great picture 🙂
Alexander was one of the guest artists in UK’s selection show “You Decide” broadcast on BBC Two.
Alexander performed his legendary “Fairytale” in front of an enthusiastic audience, and he was really sparkling 🙂
Before the live show, he took part in a Q & A, and he also gave a short interview after his performance. Watch this in the videos below 🙂 Continue reading Alexander in Eurovision UK’s selection You Decide 2017
Alexander Rybak has almost 1 million fans on social media. But he feared that he would lose female admirers when he met his fairytale princess.
I managed to get the most out of single life before I met the one in my heart I have been waiting for.
Text to picture: I don’t want to have to compete with young pop idols when I get older. But as a composer and violinist I keep on till I die, says Alexander Rybak. Photo: Christian Roth Christensen
Alexander Rybak about his girlfriend, the ESC-image and the success in Russia.
Continue reading Still replies to flirting fans
A big ESC gig, 50 million video views and luck in love
Alexander Rybak: “It’s heaven to have a girlfriend I can spar with”
It has apparently been a bit quiet around Alexander Rybak for a while. Apparently. Continue reading Love and flow for Alexander
Love Love Peace Peace
Alexander Rybak took part in the interval act in the Eurovision finale 2016. Watch the video below. The number is called “Love Love Peace Peace”, and according to Edward af Sillen the audience during the show 60 years has never seen a parody of the Eurovision in Eurovision. The bombastic tribute is about the trick to win Eurovision, which is analyzed at an institute in Switzerland and emerges the best of the winning songs:
– Everything crazy you have seen, from old ladies who bake bread to men in hamster wheels, and it’s apparently okay in Eurovision.
The number where the hosts Mans Zelmerlöw and Petra Mede – appearing in Charlotte Perrellis pink winning costume from 1999 – singing and dancing, shows a mix of everything. In addition to the old bread baking grannies and men in a hamster wheel, Alexander Rybak playing the violin on stage, while bare-chested men playing drums and then, among other things, Lordi pops up.
Alexander appears from 1.09 in the video 🙂
Alexander was invited to the first Eurosong 2016 show in Belgium to be an adviser to the 5 candidates that take part in Belgium’s national selection.
In addition he performed his famous Eurovision Medley, and Twitter was overloaded by positive responses about him both as an adviser and performer 🙂