Neither Magdalena Forsberg, Thomas Ravelli or Linnéa Claeson need any introduction, but so has the Swedish people definitely not seen the former elitidrottarna in the past: in the dancing shoes and dance with lots of sequins.
Now, in all honesty, be said that there appeared some sequins on the Ravelli at this year's press conference, but the more on the girls ' dansklänningar and it is not that they looked a little uncomfortable out of all three. To the usual pressträffen was held in the hall of mirrors at the Grand Hôtel did also, perhaps its that it didn't feel like home.
Magdalena Forsberg has been a hot game for the castinggruppen on Let's Dance for several years. She has been asked in the past, but consistent decline.
"I've always thought it seemed fun to be with and I think it is fun to learn new things and to work out," says Magdalena and says that it has not worked in the past.
Partly because of that she has had things booked, partly for family reasons. This time there were no such obstacles, and it is particularly a person in the family Forsberg, who hope to Magdalena to go far in the Let's Dance: husband, Henry.
" He likes to bug and think I'll keep me there for so long that I get to teach it to me, says ”Magda,” that may not got the best upload for tonight's premiere because she was engaged as an expert on the biathlon world CUP in Östersund, sweden, but her dance partner Fredric Brunberg went up to Östersund for a few days so that they would get to rehearse the dance moves, just like Jasmine Takács, Thomas Ravellis dance partner, although she has commuted to Gothenburg because the Ravelli has its base there.
he held talks in Falköping, a lecture he delivered several times under the title ”See yourself as a winner and have fun along the way”.
"the Message is that we should have the courage to step out of their comfort zone," he says, which may danspartnern Jasmine, who stands next to exclaim, in a JAAA!
Thomas Ravelli has been asked several times in the past – and declined for the same reasons as Magdalena, but even if his calendar looked better this time, he was still very hesitant before he said yes.
" I'm doing something I never have done in the past. Learning to dance – when the man is 59 years – it's a little late huh? he says with a grimace.
Also this takes Jasmine answered: It is never too late.
" I don't know. I am not putting up the kind of goal anymore. I did when I played football. Now I have the feeling that I want to have as fun as possible so we'll see how long it lasts.
in the Let's Dance jury, said he thought it would be the girls ' year this year. Ravelli heard maybe not on the ear, but it did Linnéa Claeson:
– It is always the girls 'year," says Linnéa where she stands in upskirt pink dress and heels, and with the good sized false eyelashes, far from handbollslivet.
– This one may not have stiff hips. That's what you get in handball, but on the other hand, it is not so knuffigt that on the handball fields. It felt a little wobbly in these shoes the first week, but I have trained a lot, so now it feels good, " she says.
–Tävlingskänslan is the same, says Linnéa. The difference is that when you play match has 60 minutes. Here you have only one chance and you only have two minutes. It is important to go in and set it.
Linnéa played handball as late as six months ago. She trains a lot, both at the gym and in the löpspåret and there is no doubt that she is psyched, just like the other two.
Probably talking Linnéa for both the Magdalena and Thomas when she says:
" It's fun to go into something it has not done earlier and the clothes are a part of it.