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30 July 2005
Shined on historic evening
Source : Bladet-Tromsø
SANG AT BISLETT: Lene Marlin was radiant from the stage during the opening show late last night.

Oslo: Lene Marlin (24) had a great time in front of 15.000 spectators when she participated in the official opening of Bislett Stadium yesterday evening. Kaizers Orchestra and Sandra Lyng Haugen opened the show. And then, at 22:15, Lene Marlin mounted the stage. Lene played the popular and by now well-known single 'How Would It Be' to great applause from the audience. Wearing a blue top with an angel-like motif and trendy jeans, she charmed both the athletics audience and TV-viewers.

- Fun

After the concert, she took the time to sign autographs and have her photograph taken together with young fans who sat in the stands.

- It was fun, but hot up there, said Lene Marlin to 'Tromsø' after the concert.

The popular girl from Kroken has spent a lot of time promoting her new album 'Lost in a Moment' this summer. Amongst other things, she took part in Festivalbar in Italy earlier in July, and in the last few days she has been both in Germany and the UK.

- I was in Germany for a while. I've got a lot of radio-time there, which is very positive, she says.

Good company

It was a radiantly perky and very happy Lene who met 'Tromsø' after the concert late yesterday evening. She says that she has been very busy lately, and it seems that her programme is not going to get less hectic over the rest of the summer. But the girl from Kroken will not reveal whether she is going to take a trip to Tromsø in the near future.

- Maybe I will, maybe I won't, she says with a smile.

Lene had good company at the concert after the Bislett Games. Big Bang, Jorun Stiansen, Ravi and DJ Løv with the Monroes and the Paperboys were there to round off the historic evening at Bislett.

Translated by Guy Puzey


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