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Norwegian Idol Finalists
(with dates of elimination)
Season 1 (2003)
Kurt Nilsen Winner
Gaute Ormåsen May 23
David Pedersen May 16
Rebecca Ludvigsen May 9
Espen Grjotheim May 2
Tone Anette Eidsheim Elde April 25
Linn Solemdal Andersen April 11
Orji Okoroafor April 4
Guro Dugstad March 28
Jeanette Vik Disqualified
Season 2 (2004)
Kjartan Salvesen Winner
Margaret Berger May 14
Susanne Nordbøe May 7
Sandra Lyng Haugen April 30
Håkon Njøten April 23
Maria Haukaas Storeng April 16
Trung Toan Tong April 2
Maren Flotve Birkeland March 26
Øystein Grønnevik March 19
Ahn Vu March 12
Roald Haarr March 12
Season 3 (2005)
Jorun Stiansen Winner
Tone Damli Aaberge May 20
Alejandro Fuentes May 13
Erik Flaa May 6
Christian Stenseng April 29
Eva Weel Skram April 22
Cindy Hovde April 15
Mari Vestbø April 8
Malin Pettersen April 1
David Bakke March 18
Andrea Gjendem Brændvik March 11
Bjørn Olav Edvardsen March 4
Season 4 (2006)
Aleksander Denstad With Winner
Jonas Thomassen May 19
Vivian Sørmeland May 12
Marita Johansen May 5
Wisnu Witono Adhi April 28
Ørjan Hatlevik April 21
Siri Helene Erland March 3 /
April 7
Oda Evjen Gjøvåg March 31
Stine Hansen March 24
Anders Mjaaland March 17
Iselin Andresen Withdrew
Audun Rensel March 10
Season 5 (2007)
Glenn Lyse Winner
Bjørn Johan Muri December 21
Kim Rune Hagen December 14
Åste Hunnes Sem December 7
Timian Naastad November 30
Linda Steen November 23
Linnea Dale November 16
Marius Barhaugen November 9
Isabella Leroy November 2
Anne Roalkvam October 26


Idol: Jakten på en superstjerne is a television show on the Norwegianmarker television channel TV 2, based on the popular Britishmarker show Pop Idol. The show describes itself as a "Search For A SuperStar". The contestants are first narrowed down to 100 contestants, and then down to 40-50 through several auditions and tests by a panel of judges. From this point on, the viewers decide who are in and who are out, and the judges limit themselves to commenting. TV viewers being what they are, the votes are based not solely on the singers vocal performance, but also on his or her looks, clothes, entertainment value, and other factors. In the first four seasons the agelimit for participation was 16-28 years old. In season five it was changed to 16-35.

Idol in Norwaymarker is unique in that contestants have been allowed to perform self composed songs since the first season in 2003.

Season 1

In the first season (2003), 50 people were narrowed down to 10, with each contestant performing live. However, the official number of legal contestants was narrowed down to nine when Idol-finalist Jeanette Vik was disqualified for being underage. Tone Anette Eidsheim Elde who had been eliminated in the very first finalshow got a second chance. Four judges provided critiques of each competitor's performance. Viewers had several hours following the broadcast of the show to phone in their votes for their favorite contestant. Later the same night, the contestant with the fewest votes was sent home.

Kurt Nilsen won season one, with Gaute Ormåsen coming in second. Kurt got 53 % of the votes. Nilsen went on to win World Idol in the beginning of 2004.

Semi Final Qualifyings

Top 50

Format: 2 out of 10 making the final each week

Date First Second
February 14 Orji Okoroafor Guro Dugstad
February 21 Gaute Ormåsen Linn Solemdal Andersen
February 28 Rebecca Ludvigsen Tone Anette E. Elde
March 7 Kurt Nilsen David Pedersen
March 14 Espen Grjotheim Jeanette Vik


Final elimination chart

Date Theme Bottom Three
March 21 Contestant's choice Tone Anette Eidsheim Elde Jeanette Vik Linn Solemdal Andersen
March 28 Norwegian songs Guro Dugstad Linn Solemdal Andersen (2) Espen Grjotheim
April 4 1980s music Orji Okoroafor Rebecca Ludvigsen Linn Solemdal Andersen (3)
April 11 Elton John songs Linn Solemdal Andersen (4) Tone Anette Eidsheim Elde (2) Rebecca Ludvigsen (2)
April 25 Disco songs Tone Anette Eidsheim Elde (3) Espen Grjotheim (2) Rebecca Ludvigsen (3)
Bottom Two
May 2 Big band songs Espen Grjotheim (3) David Pedersen
May 9 Top 20 hits Rebecca Ludvigsen (4) David Pedersen (2)
May 16 Judge's choice David Pedersen (3)
May 23 Final Gaute Ormåsen Kurt Nilsen
Explanation of colour codes: Dark gray = Eliminated | Pink = Winner

Season 2

In the second season (2004) they changed the procedures a bit. First the contestants were narrowed down to 40 instead of 50. Then, after four shows where 2 of 10 were voted forward in each show, a fifth show was aired, where eight "wildcards" selected by the judges from all of the earlier contestants competed for the two last places. In addition to these 10 finalists, the judges picked a final 11th contestant, Håkon Njøten.

Kjartan Salvesen won season two, with Margaret Berger coming in second. Kjartan got 59 % of the votes.

Semi Final Qualifyings

Top 40

Format: 2 out of 10 making in each group + two Wildcards + one surprise Joker announced by the judges in the week before the first final

Date First Second
February 18 Maria Haukaas Storeng Kjartan Salvesen
February 20 Trung Toan Tong Roald Haarr
February 25 Sandra Lyng Haugen Maren Flotve Birkeland
February 27 Ahn Vu Øystein Grønnevik
March 3
(Wildcards)
Margaret Berger
(Viewers Choice)
Susanne Nordbøe
(Viewers Choice)
Judges Joker Håkon Njøten


Final elimination chart

Date Theme Bottom Three
March 12 Contestant's choice Roald Haarr Ahn Vu Maren Flotve Birkeland
March 19 Norwegian songs Øystein Grønnevik Trung Toan Tong Margaret Berger
March 26 Disco songs Maren Flotve Birkeland (2) Sandra Lyng Haugen Margaret Berger (2)
April 2 Year of birth songs Trung Toan Tong (2) Sandra Lyng Haugen (2) Margaret Berger (3)
April 16 Top 20 hits Maria Haukaas Storeng Sandra Lyng Haugen (3) Håkon Njøten
April 23 Big band songs Håkon Njøten (2) Margaret Berger (4) Kjartan Salvesen
Eliminated
April 30 Movie songs Sandra Lyng Haugen (4)
May 7 Judge's choice Susanne Nordbøe
May 14 Final Margaret Berger (4) Kjartan Salvesen
Explanation of colour codes: Dark gray = Eliminated | Pink = Winner

Season 3

The third season (2005) were a bit different as well. First the contestants were narrowed down to 50. Then, after five shows where 2 of 10 were voted forward in each show. But the judges was not pleased and got to take two more straight to final, Erik Flaa and David Bakke, making the total of finalists to 12.

Jorun Stiansen won season three, with Tone Damli Aaberge coming in second. Jorun got 55 % of the votes.

Semi Final Qualifyings

Top 50

Format: 2 out of 10 making in each group + two Wildcards announced by the judges in the week before the first final

Date First Second
February 10 Eva Weel Skram Andrea Gjendem Brændvik
February 16 Jorun Stiansen Bjørn Olav Edvardsen
February 18 Alejandro Fuentes Mari Vestbø
February 23 Malin Pettersen Cindy Hovde
February 25 Tone Damli Aaberge Christian Stenseng
Judges Jokers David Bakke Erik Flaa


Final elimination chart

Date Theme Bottom Three
March 4 Contestant's choice Bjørn Olav Edvardsen Mari Vestbø David Bakke
March 11 Norwegian hits Andrea Gjendem Brændvik Erik Flaa Malin Pettersen
March 18 Soul & R 'n' B David Bakke (2) Eva Weel Skram Christian Stenseng
April 1 Movie songs Malin Pettersen (2) Mari Vestbø (2) Erik Flaa (2)
April 8 Year of birth Mari Vestbø (3) Erik Flaa (3) Christian Stenseng (2)
April 15 Country songs Cindy Hovde Christian Stenseng (3) Eva Weel Skram (2)
April 22 Beatles songs Eva Weel Skram (3) Erik Flaa (4) Christian Stenseng (4)
Eliminated
April 29 Big band songs Christian Stenseng (5)
May 6 Duets Erik Flaa (5)
May 13 Judge's choice Alejandro Fuentes
May 20 Final Tone Damli Aaberge Jorun Stiansen
Explanation of colour codes: Dark gray = Eliminated | Pink = Winner

Season 4

The fourth season (2006) were, yet again, a bit different. First the contestants were narrowed down to 40. Then after five shows where 2 of 8 were voted forward in each show, a sixth show was aired, where eight "wildcards" selected by the judges from all the earlier contestants competed for the two last places, making the total of finalists to 12. Before the third finalshow Iselin Andresen withdrew from the competition, and the last person to be eliminated, Audun Rensel, was given a second chance. But he declined and Siri Helene Erland, who was originally eliminated in the very first finalshow got a second chance!

Aleksander Denstad With won season four, with Jonas Thomassen coming in second. Aleksander got 55 % of the votes.

Semi Final Qualifyings

Top 50

Format: 2 out of 8 making in each group + two Wildcards

Date First Second
February 8 Jonas Thomassen Anders Mjaaland
February 10 Ørjan Hatlevik Vivian Sørmeland
February 16 Iselin Andresen Siri Helene Erland
February 18 Oda Evjen Gjøvåg Stine Hansen
February 22 Aleksander Denstad With Wisnu Witono Adhi
February 24
(Wildcards)
Marita Johansen
(Viewers Choice)
Audun Rensel
(Viewers Choice)


Final elimination chart

Date Theme Bottom Three
March 3 Contestant's choice Siri Helene Erland Audun Rensel Oda Evjen Gjøvåg
March 10 Movie songs Audun Rensel (2) Oda Evjen Gjøvåg (2) Iselin Andresen
March 17 Disco songs Anders Mjaaland Oda Evjen Gjøvåg (3) Wisnu Witono Adhi
March 24 Norwegian theme Stine Hansen Oda Evjen Gjøvåg (4) Wisnu Witono Adhi (2)
March 31 Unplugged songs Oda Evjen Gjøvåg (5) Siri Helene Erland (2) Aleksander Denstad With
April 7 1980s music Siri Helene Erland (3) Wisnu Witono Adhi (3) Marita Johansen
April 21 Swedish theme Ørjan Hatlevik Marita Johansen (2) Vivian Sørmeland
Bottom Two
April 28 Big band songs Wisnu Witono Adhi (4) Marita Johansen (3)
May 5 Duets Marita Johansen (4) Vivian Sørmeland (2)
May 12 Judge's choice Vivian Sørmeland (3)
May 19 Final Jonas Thomassen Aleksander Denstad With
Explanation of colour codes: Dark gray = Eliminated | Pink = Winner

Season 5

The fifth season (2007) is just finished airing on TV2. This season the age limit was changed from 16-28 to 16-35.

The fifth season of Idol in Norway saw contestants able to perform with an instrument at any stage of the competition whereas other adaptations of Idol that have introduced live instrumentation only allow the concept at certain times during the show.

Semi Final Qualifyings

Top 24

Format: 2 out of 6 making in each group + two Wildcards

Date First Second
October 5 Isabella Leroy Bjørn Johan Muri
October 10 Timian Naastad Glenn Lyse
October 12 Kim Rune Hagen Anne Roelkvam
October 17 Linda Steen Marius Barhaugen
October 19
(Wildcards)
Åste Hunnes Sem
(Viewers Choice)
Linnea Dale
(Viewers Choice)


Final elimination chart

Date Theme Bottom Three
October 26 Contestant's choice Anne Roalkvam
November 2 Disco songs Isabella Leroy Marius Barhaugen Linda Steen
November 9 Songs dedicated to someone special Marius Barhaugen (2) Timian Naastad Linnea Dale
November 15 A-Ha songs Linnea Dale (2) Linda Steen (2) Timian Naastad (2)
November 23 Country/Unplugged songs Linda Steen (3) Timian Naastad (3) Åste Hunnes Sem
November 30 Big Band songs Timian Naastad (4) Kim Rune Hagen Glenn Lyse
Bottom Two
December 7 Christmas songs/Duets Åste Hunnes Sem (2) Bjørn Johan Muri
December 14 Judges choice Kim Rune Hagen (2)
December 21 Finale Bjørn Johan Muri (2) Glenn Lyse
Explanation of colour codes: Dark gray = Eliminated | Pink = Winner

Hosts

2003



2004



2005



2006



2007

  • Marte Stokstad
  • Kyrre Holm Johannessen


Jury

2003

  • Jan Fredrik Karlsen (jury foreperson)
  • Ole Evenrud
  • Morten Ståle Nilsen
  • Lena Midtveit


2004

  • Jan Fredrik Karlsen (jury foreperson)
  • Anneli Drecker
  • Douglas Carr
  • Thomas Strzelecki


2005

  • Tone-Lise Skagefoss (jury foreperson)
  • Tor Milde
  • Ole Evenrud
  • David Eriksen


2006

  • Tone-Lise Skagefoss (jury foreperson)
  • Tor Milde
  • Amund Bjørklund
  • Hans Olav Grøttheim


2007



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