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03 January 2006 - 15:19
Lene nominated for a Spellemann award
2006 starts with a good news: Lene Marlin is nominated for the Best Female Artist Award for her album "Lost In A Moment" in the next edition of the Spellemannprisen, the equivalent of the Grammy Awards for Norway. Lene's competitors are Ane Brun, Marthe Valle, Maria Mena and Simone. The announcement of the winners will take place during the show, at the Thalia Theatre (Chateau Neuf) in Oslo on Saturday January 28th. At this moment we don't know wether Lene will be at the show, nor are the tickets for the event available yet.
Unfortunately the public cannot vote for the Best Female category: the award will be assigned by a jury. Lene Marlin won her first Spellemann award in 1999 (Best Song, "Unforgivable Sinner"), and the following year she won 4 (Best Artist, Best Newcomer, Best Pop and Best Song). In 2003 she got two nominations: Best Female Artist (won by Bertine Zetlitz), and Best Song for "You Weren't There", but Kurt Nilsen won with the cover of "She's So High".


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