Here are some of my videos from the “Shout It Out” show, plus the video of Taylor’s walk speech.
Here are some of my videos from the “The Walk” show. “Been There Before”, “Running Man”, “Change In My Life” and more.
Here are my videos from the third show, Underneath. “Dancin’ in the Wind”, “Lost Without Each Other”, “Broken Angel”, “Lulla Belle” and more.
Here are some of my videos from the second night, “This Time Around”. It’s several clips from the Story section, and the songs “If Only”, “Runaway Run” and “Wish That I Was There”.
Here are some of my videos from the first night with Hanson in London, both from The Story and the show itself. There are clips from when they talk about and sing “Rain” and “Boomerang”, and clips from some songs.
Tomorrow I’m going to London! I’ll be away for a week. Why? Hanson! My favourite band of all time is finally coming back to Europe for some real concerts – a total of 5 concerts in London. One album each evening. There are many songs that I’ve waited for 14 years to hear live, so this will be a journey I’ll never forget!
(Svenska) 1996 sändes en av tidernas mest omtyckta julkalendrar på tv, en av mina personliga favoriter: Mysteriet på Greveholm. För den som inte vet vad det är, så handlar det om en familj på fem personer som hyr ett slott på landet att fira jul i. Det blir en minst sagt annorlunda decembermånad. Gissa om jag blev glad när jag nu fick höra att det kommer en uppföljare!
It’s been a very long and shaky journey, but now it’s finally rolling along fine! “The Hobbit” movie shooting started on the 21st of March, and now there’s a video from the set on Peter Jackson’s Facebook page. I have to admit that I was a little teary-eyed at the end of the video… Watch it here:
I’ve liked Taylor Swift’s music ever since I heard “Love Story” for the first time. This is on of my favourite songs from her latest album “Speak Now”.
I realized I haven’t posted my videos from Eric Saade’s signing session in Eskilstuna yet, so here they are! “Still Loving It”, “It’s Gonna Rain” and “Popular”.