Robin appeared in the feature of Radiohjälpen before Melodifestivalen last Saturday (February 28) he said that you should choose Radiohjälpen number when you vote in the contest. I’ve embedded the video below.
Robin performed “Let Me Dance With You” for the first time live during the cruise, Viking Line M/S Cinderella on February 26. I was not able to be there but Therese was there and she recorded the performance. It looks like he had so much fun on stage. Take a look at the video below.
After two weeks is “Let Me Dance With You” finally out on youtube which means it’s available worldwide. Make sure you press play and dance since it’s saturday!
Robin attended the Swedish Grammy Awards last night (February 25) at Cirkus in Stockholm. He took the daughter of the owners of his record label as his date, Isabelle Molin Ljunggren. They have a really good friendship. She also followed with him to Thailand. Credit to the photographers you can find below the photos in the gallery.
Next up in this mega upload is Friday finals. In this post you find the screencaptures of the big finale. From when Robin performed In My Head originally performed by Jason Derulo, Halo originally by Beyoncé and the winner song All This Way. I also screencaptured the throwback of his way to the finale.
Next up in this mega upload is Friday finals. In this post you find the 6-9 friday finals. From when Robin performed Reach Out, I’ll be there originally performed by The Four Tops, Bohemian Rhapsody originally by Queen, Pride originally performed by U2, Let Me Entertain You originally by Robbie Williams, You Raise Me Up originally performed by Josh Groban, Love is Gone originally performed by David Guetta & Chris Willis and last Dedication to My Ex (Miss That) originally by Lloyd. Notice: If you are reading this post from the homepage click on read more to find everything.
Next up in this mega upload is Friday finals. In this post you find the first five friday finals. From when Robin performed California King Bed originally performed by Rihanna, Alla Vill Till Himmelen Men Ingen Vill Dö originally by Timbuktu, Halo originally performed by Beyoncé, When a Man Loves a Woman originally by Percy Sledge and last Who You Are originally by Jessie J. Notice: If you are reading this post from the homepage click on read more to find everything.
In one week I have uploaded screencaptures from all Robin’s performances during Swedish Idol 2011. The first I uploaded was from Robin’s solo performance from the solo round of Final Audition in Stockholm (I think Americans would call that selection process Stockholm week) when he performed Grenade which is originally performed by Bruno Mars.