Saturday evening, TV2 welcome to the big 'X Factor'finale in the studios in Brøndby, and for the first time since coronavirussens took in Denmark, it took place with a relatively large audience.
TV2 had despite coronavirus 180 spectators at the space in the studio to cheer on Matilda Caffey, Alma Agger and William Wismann, who fought on the 'X Factor'trophy.
Just the public at large was Extra the Magazine's readers to wonder, and in livebloggen during the show poured in with comments from dissatisfied readers, who were angry over the fact that forsamlingsforbuddet apparently does not apply to TV2.
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'Why do the audience stand so close? We might as well open the whole country up. Make no sense that someone should keep a distance and is maximum of 10, while the others are not allowed', wrote one reader, for example.
'Applies forsamlingsforbuddet not for X-factor? It seems there are many gathered in the studio', said another, while a third continued:
'It's fucking too bad that forsamlingsforbuddet does not apply to TV2. Bad style'.
180 spectators were in place in 'X Factor'studio. Photo: Martin Sylvest/Ritzau Scanpix
Now explain TV2, why it could be possible to have so much audience in the studio on Saturday evening despite the forsamlingsforbuddet of ten people.
'the Audience in the studio was an option as part of the agreement on the further re-opening of Denmark, as a united Parliament decided last Wednesday. Our seated audience is not subject to forsamlingsforbuddet, as long as there is talk about the seats, maintaining a distance of one meter from the noses to noses, and we otherwise comply with the general recommendations in relation to afspritning etc', it sounds in a written comment from TV2.
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They also pointed out that they have followed all of the guidelines that have been issued by the authorities.
'of course, We have followed all the guidelines, and the law enforcement agencies have, both before, during the entire show been present, and can confirm that everything is progressing according to the requirements', says the on.
Alma Agger ended up as the big winner on Saturday night. Photo: Mogens Flindt