MELODIFESTIVALEN 2010: Swedish Eurovision qualifications

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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Jox on 13 Mar 2010, 13:16

Hell yeah! Let him do his own badass version of "Red Orm"! Or a dark thriller drama like you Nordic peeps have the secret!
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Jox on 13 Mar 2010, 14:08

preacher wrote:sadly, that cigar-pic is not in the pdf it seems...

Pics from the photo shoot!
http://www.radarzine.com/blogg/johannes ... -lundgren/
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Jox wrote:Did I understand there will be a cover of "Eye of the Tiger" by the three hosts?


Yes, that's correct. :) And finally, Sly appearing in the Melodifestival is confirmed! Too bad he and Dolph can't openly promote The Expendables, though I guess the skit could still have a a similar affect, raising the public awareness and all that. :wink:

So this is a sneak preview of the awesomeness to expect!
http://nyheter24.se/noje/melodifestival ... ow-is-back
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Krom on 13 Mar 2010, 16:55

Can't wait!!!
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby MFS on 14 Mar 2010, 00:26

Wow, I'm suprised Stallone talked about the The Expendables, didn't think they could get away with that, but I'm glad they did. Awesome! :D Dolph put on a good show tonight, too bad that the end skit was a bit disappointing, felt kind of anti-climactic. Anway, Melodifestivalen is (finally) over, and with all the positive attention he has gotten, I consider Dolph as much of a winner as Anna Bergendahl (she won the actual contest, for those who don't know who she is.)
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Jox on 14 Mar 2010, 00:40

MFS wrote:Wow, I'm suprised Stallone talked about the The Expendables, didn't think they could get away with that, but I'm glad they did.

http://www.expressen.se/noje/melodifest ... klam-i-svt :?
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby MFS on 14 Mar 2010, 01:37

Jox wrote:http://www.expressen.se/noje/melodifestivalen2010/1.1916751/har-gor-sylvester-stallone-reklam-i-svt :?

What the ... well, they aired it uncut, so I guess they thought it didn't violate any "ethic" rules after all. A wise decision :) . But why do they misspell Expendables? "Expindables?" :lol: Modern journalism, sigh ...
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby evegotbet on 14 Mar 2010, 10:23

U rule Dolph!!!!! U rule!!!!
i love ur singing of the 'Eye of the Tiger'. i am not being facetious. not many people get the opportunity to sing in front of so many people (even when they can't sing). u r adorable Dolph. u r so adorable. i am so glad u were being cheered on. u go go go. woooooooooooooooooo!!!! :lol: . more more more. ur fans don't laugh at u, they laugh with u. big difference. i am just being honest. i don't want to patronize u. (if that was me onstage singing i would be horrified - i can't sing; and many people can't - and it's soooo funny to listen to, i would sound worse. i just couldn't get away with it like u can. that's what makes u lucky).
Finally somebody who can stand in front of an audience and sing - even when they can't. u r soooo adorable and funny and u have guts and that's why ur fans love u. not many actors do that for their fans. i hope u don't take my comments in any wrong way. u r cute. thank u for the laugh D. more more more laughs.
anyway, sheesh i can beat u in an arm wrestle :mrgreen: :D (just poking) (just kidding).
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Jox on 15 Mar 2010, 18:17

Dolph performs "A Little Less Conversation" again at the after party:


Interview about Dolph's possible plans on Sweidsh television
http://www.resume.se/nyheter/2010/03/15 ... /index.xml
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Should Dolph be careful about his recent/sudden over-exposure in the Swedish medias?
http://www.sourze.se/Dolph_%E2%80%93_pa ... 702306.asp

More photos from the show!
http://www.stureplan.se/articles/10852/
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Warchild on 16 Mar 2010, 00:16

I was wondering, why Dolph never consider making a movie in his home of Sweden, is it because of the lack of actors who don't speak English, because Sweden looks such a cool place to make a movie and Dolph knows the language and locations. Dolph surelly has a few connections in Sweden too, who can help him.

Did Dolph broke his hand cause it looks swollen?? Also i would like to point out that Dolph looks kick ass in the leather jacket, the only movie that comes to mind where he has one was in SILT, would love to see him in a movie with that kinda Jacket, looks pretty cool on him :D
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Re: Dolph to host Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifications

Postby Jox on 16 Mar 2010, 00:38

Warchild wrote:I was wondering, why Dolph never consider making a movie in his home of Sweden, is it because of the lack of actors who don't speak English, because Sweden looks such a cool place to make a movie and Dolph knows the language and locations. Dolph surelly has a few connections in Sweden too, who can help him.

Oh he has been wanting to make a movie in Sweden for a long time (like this one, STILL THE DRUMS) but his projects either didn't get off the ground, or the ones he was offered were the same kind of action films that the ones he's making internationally he declined them. But he's been recently working on a couple of Swedish projects and trying to set them up with Swedish companies, he's also been talking to a Swedish director to do some theatre etc. So now with all that's been happening for him over there, it's only a matter of time before he makes a movie in Sweden.
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