I’ve been championing Mimi Oh ever since her first single, Kom hit och dansa, was released. So you can imagine how challenging this interview must have been for her. But she explains a lot about her background and what she’s hoping to do with Anton Hård af Segersted and Niclas Lundin, so it’s worth a listen, I promise.
I just had Timoteij singing to me. Ridiculous. They also did their best English accents.
David who? I asked him to tell us about himself – and why he’s going to surprise people who know him from being on the stage tomorrow evening.
Nicest. Guy. Ever.
I had an early chat with Andreas Lundstedt this morning. 9.30. Far, far too early. But Andreas is a busy man, and managed to look amazing while I staggered about in shock from temperatures
of –10°C here in Gothenburg.
ANYWAY, we chatted about Aldrig aldrig, Alcazar and Andreas turning 40 (he hasn’t started 40 therapy). I also tried to get him to set a date for his wedding, but he was having none of it.
I caught up with Christer Björkman during today’s rehearsal in Gothenburg. He talked about Melodifestivalen (of course), Eurovision, and we also chatted about Páll Óskar‘s recent comments about participating in Azerbaijan.
Here’s your coffee break reading for this morning… QX‘s annual schlager issue. And for the first time, Schlagerfiasko has teamed up with Schlagerprofilerna to publish it in English! Click here to download.
That’s Loreen and Molly Sandén rushing to be the first to download it.
And, of course, the full issue of QX for February is also out today, including a preview of Lena Ph’s new album. Get it here.