Norske Talenter

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Norske Talenter
Norske Talenter logo.jpg
Created bySimon Cowell
Presented bySolveig Kloppen (2012–)
Marte Stokstad (2008)
John Brungot (2010–2011)
Sturla Berg-Johansen (2008–2009)
Pia Lykke (2008)
Marthe Sveberg Bjørstad (2010–2011)
Stian Blipp (2012)
JudgesMia Gundersen (2008–)
Bjarne Brøndbo (2015–)
Janne Formoe (2017–)
Mona Berntsen (2017–)
Linn Skåber

(2015–2017)
Suleman Malik (2015–2017)
Alex Rosén (2010–2012)
Adil Khan (2011–2012)
Jan Fredrik Karlsen

(2008–2009)
Thomas Giertsen (2008–2010)
Lisa Tønne (2014)
Omer Bhatti (2014)
Bjarte Hjelmeland (2014)
Country of originNorway
No. of seasons8
Production
Production location(s)Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim (auditions)
Oslo (finals)
Running timeVaries
Release
Original networkTV 2
Original releaseFebruary 22, 2008 –
present
External links
Website

Norske Talenter (English: Norway’s got talent, lit. Norwegian Talents) is a Norwegian-based talent show with a similar format to Britain's Got Talent, which thus makes it one of the Got Talent franchise programmes. The 16-year-old singer Erlend Bratland won the first series and Quick, a hip hop dance group, won the second series. The judges were music producer Jan Fredrik Karlsen, singer and actress Mia Gundersen and comedian/actor Thomas Giertsen. In 2008 Marte Stokstad and Sturla Berg-Johansen were hosts, and in 2008, Berg-Johansen joined Pia Lykke to be hosts.

For a list of all acts performed throughout in the series see List of Norske Talenter Acts.

Summary[edit]

Season Year Winner(s) 2nd place 3rd place Hosts Judges
1 2008 Erlend Bratland
(singer)
Vegard Dommersnes
(hoop)
Nora Foss al-Jabri
(singer)
Marte Stokstad
Sturla Berg-Johansen
Thomas Giertsen
Mia Gundersen
Jan Fredrik Karlsen
2 2009 Quick
(dancers)
Lydia Hoen Tjore
(opera)
Brian Aksnes Hoseth
(magician)
Pia Lykke
Sturla Berg-Johansen
3 2010 Kristian Rønning
(rapper)
John Brungot
Marthe Sveberg Bjørstad
Thomas Giertsen
Mia Gundersen
Alex Rosén
4 2011 Daniel J. Elmrhari
(dancer)
John Brungot
Marthe Sveberg Bjørstad
Alex Rosén
Mia Gundersen
Adil Khan
5 2012 Stine Hole Ulla
(singer)
Anders Jektvik
(singer-
songwriter)
Solveig Kloppen
Stian Blipp Glopholm
Alex Rosén
Mia Gundersen
Adil Khan
6 2014 Angelina Jordan (singer) Solveig Kloppen Mia Gundersen
Omer Bhatti
Lisa Tønne
Bjarte Hjelmeland
7 2015 Odin Landbakk (guitarist) Patrick Jørgensen (rapper) Slogmåkane
(singing band)
Solveig Kloppen Bjarne Brøndbo
Mia Gundersen
Suleman Malik
Linn Skåber
8 2017 Vilde Winge (sign language interpreting) Solveig Kloppen Bjarne Brøndbo
Mia Gundersen
Suleman Malik
Linn Skåber
9 2018 Tuva Lutro (kid singer) Solveig Kloppen Bjarne Brøndbo
Mia Gundersen
Mona Berntsen
Janne Formoe

Series 1 (2008)[edit]

40 acts got through to the semi-finals and 10 acts got through to the final. Winner was 16-year-old singer Erlend Bratland, 8-year-old hula hoop artist Vegard F. Dommersnes came runner-up and 12-year-old singer Nora Foss al-Jabri came 3rd.

Series 2 (2009)[edit]

32 acts got through to the semi-finals and 9 acts got through to the final. This year they had one extra semi-final they called the "Extra Chance" where the judges picked 8 acts from the season (auditions or semi-finals) they wanted to get an extra chance. From that show, only one act got through and had to win the public vote. That contestant was Lydia Hoen Tjore, who came in 2nd, because Quick (winners) beat her in the judges' vote challenge semi-final 3. Winner was hip hop dance group Quick with the ages 17–18, 14-year-old classical singer Lydia Hoen Tjore came runner-up and 6-year-old magician Brian Aksnes Hoseth came 3rd.

Series 3 (2010)[edit]

The third series ran from March 2010 to late May 2010. Both Thomas Giertsen and Mia Gundersen returned as judges, but Jan Fredrik Karlsen did not, and got replaced by Alex Rosen. In the end, rapper Kristian Rønning, A.K.A. "Sirius", won the first prize of 500,000 NOK.

Series 4 (2011)[edit]

The fourth series introduced a new judge, Adil Khan, as well as Mia Gundersen and Alex Rosen. The first prize was 500,000 NOK, and the winner was 11-year-old dancer Daniel Johansen Elmhari, described by judge Adil as "being as good as Michael Jackson."

Series 5 (2012)[edit]

The fifth season of Norske Talenter was won by singer Stine Hole Ulla. The singer-songwriter Anders Jektvik was runner-up.

Series 6 (2014)[edit]

The sixth season of Norske Talenter was won by 8 year old singer Angelina Jordan.

Series 7 (2015)[edit]

The 7th season premiered on 18 August 2015. This series featured a golden buzzer which sent an act straight through to the live shows. Each judge could only use it once. The season was won by 13 year old guitarist Odin Landbakk.

Series 8 (2017)[edit]

The 8th season started its audition on 19 September 2016 looking for new participant's around Norway. The show will be broadcast live on TV 2 in early 2017.

Series 9 (2018)[edit]

The 9th season started its audition on 19 September 2017 looking for new participant's around Norway. The show will be broadcast live on TV 2 in early 2018.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Organization Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2008 Gullruten Best Entertainment Show N/A Nominated TBA
2017 Nominated

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