Idol (Norway season 2)

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Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne
Season 2
Broadcast from January 2004 – May 14, 2004
Judges Jan Fredrik Karlsen
Anneli Drecker
Douglas Carr
Thomas Strzelecki
Host(s) Solveig Kloppen
Ingrid Gjessing
Broadcaster TV 2
Finals venue Chateau Neuf
Winner:
Kjartan Salvesen
Origin Sandnes, Norway
Song "Standing Tall"
Genre(s) Rock-pop
Runner-up
Margaret Berger
Chronology
2004

Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne 2004 was the second season of Idol Norway based on the British singing competition Pop Idol. It premiered one year after the first season and was aired in the first half of 2004.

Unlike last year's winner Kurt Nilsen, his successor Kjartan Salvesen was not able to build up an international career. Other alumni of this season were more successful, most notably runner-up Margaret Berger, who established a career as an electronic dance artist and went on to became the music director of NRK P3 in 2008. [1] Berger would also represent Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, placing fourth. Another contestant was Maria Haukaas Storeng who, to the surprise of many,[who?] was voted off sixth but went on to represent Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008 achieving fifth place.

Finals[edit]

Finalists[edit]

(ages stated at time of contest)

Contestant Age Hometown Voted Off Liveshow Theme
Kjartan Salvesen 27 Sandnes Winner Grand Finale
Margaret Berger 18 Hitra May 14, 2004
Susanne Nordbøe 17 Sandnes May 7, 2004 Judge's choice
Sandra Lyng Haugen 16 Mosjøen Apr 30, 2004 Movie Songs
Håkon Njøten 18 Knarvik Apr 23, 2004 Big Band
Maria Haukaas Storeng 24 Senja Apr 16, 2004 Top 20 Hits
Trung Toan Tong 17 Moss Apr 02, 2004 Birth Year
Maren Flotve Birkeland 18 Skudeneshavn Mar 26, 2004 Disco Fever
Øystein Grønnevik 25 Rennesøy Mar 19, 2004 Norwegian Songs
Ahn Vu 17 Sandnes Mar 12, 2004 Contestant's choice
Roald Haar 24 Vigrestad

Elimination Chart[edit]

Legend
Did Not Perform Female Male Top 40 Wild Card Top 11 Winner
Safe Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Eliminated
Stage: Semi Wild
Card
Jury
Joker
Finals
Week: 02/18 02/20 02/25 02/27 03/05 03/12 03/19 03/26 04/02 04/16 04/23 04/30 05/07 05/14
Place Contestant Result
1 Kjartan Salvesen 22% Btm 3 Winner
2 Margaret Berger Elim 32% Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 2 Runner-Up
3 Susanne Nordbøe 18% 31% Elim
4 Sandra Lyng Haugen 32% Btm 2 Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
5 Håkon Njøten 7% Saved Btm 3 Elim
6 Maria Haukaas Storeng 34% Elim
7 Trung Toan Tong 32% Btm 2 Elim
8 Maren Flotve Birkeland 21% Btm 3 Elim
9 Øystein Grønnevik 18% Elim
10-11 Ahn Vu 32% Elim
Roald Haarr 12%
Jury
Joker
Lasse Uppmann 8% Elim
Magnus Ullnæss 13%
Wild
Card
Amalie Olsen 10% Elim
Julie Tverrå Johnsen 7%
Karoline Garfjell
Olianne Wik Lauritsen
Stine Terese Julseth 10%
Tini Flaat Elim
Semi-
Final 4
Gina Kristina Aspen 12%
Peter Lexander 9%
Anne M. Lemicka Elim
Enrique Dragseth Salomon
Knut Erik Lunden
Semi-
Final 3
Øyvind Omnes 7%
Arma Husanovic Elim
Bjørn Martin Simensen
Hanna Camilla Kullander
Mari Kjølstad
Wenche Munkejord
Semi-
Final 2
Ståle Mikal Skaaden 11%
Adele Erichsen Elim
Glenn Magne Elvik
Siri Saupstad
Stina Stenerud
Tine Gadja Andersen
Semi-
Final 1
Nanna S. Christensen 5%
Daniel Smette Valderhaug Elim
Linda Therese Thorstensen
Ørjan Nilsson
Stina Eia
Vanja Friksen

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Moslet kaller MGP stuerent". Kampanje.com. 10 December 2008. Retrieved 16 December 2008.

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