(researched by Tessa)
seher.no, 22.02.2010 –
Apparently, Alexander overreacted and posted a statement on Facebook in order to stop people from sending emails to his private email account and also to stop calling him. By doing so, he claims that his wish was granted: people stopped. Meanwhile, he is said to be fine. [Fiddler, how about not giving out your private email address and your phone number to every Pete and John? Just a suggestion, pal! 😉 – ed. Irena]
Article in tv2.no, 22.02.2010 –
Similar to what was written on seher.no: He reacted impulsively to stress. During the past few recent days, he had been recording his second album with the producer Amir Aly in Sweden. No references are made about a nervous breakdown or work-related problems with the “big guys”.
Dagbladet.no, 22.02.2010 –
Nothing new in here, but there is an emphasis on the fact that this was not the first time that Alexander had revealed his personal life issues and relieved some steam on his facebook wall. He is said to have realized that he must have concerned many people with his message. No comment on the mysterious “big guys”. His management emphasizes that his schedule is less tight than it was in the fall 2009.
(researched and excerpt by Veronica Nord)
From Dagbladet 19.02.2010 –
A little interview with his manager, Kathrine Synnes Finnskog. She says among other things that “Alexander is extremely loyal to his fans, and they are loyal back”. Nice 🙂 The date of the release of the new album is not certain yet.
“Rybak’s FaceBookies Times”, 23.02.2010 –
The reaction of the Facebookies addressed by the fiddler on his facebook post on the night of Feb. 18th 2010 is diverse. Nevertheless, a certain tendency can be noted throughout the discussion threads. Ruby Tattler summarizes it in “Rybak’s FaceBookies Times”:
(a rybakomic by Dr. Renia)