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Princess got help from the World Idol

There were some technical problems when Princess Märtha of Norway was going to light the Christmas tree in Washington D.C., but she was saved by Kurt Nilsen, the World Idol.

When Princess Märtha was going to light the Norwegian Christmas tree at Union station in Washington D.C. the lights were not working properly and parts of the tree did not light up, reported the Norwegian paper VG.

Not until Kurt Nilsen entered the stage and sang «My Street» came the rest of the lights on, and a stressed Princess Märtha and Norwegian Ambassador Knut Vollebæk could finally relax.

«It was Kurt who saved us,» Märtha said to the paper afterwards. «I thought he was really good. I have only seen him on TV before.»

Kurt and Märtha met after the performance, and Kurt was as usual sincere.

«I just think that she is absolutely beautiful,» Kurt said to the paper, and added that she probably enjoyed his music. «She is a little rock ’n’ roll too.»

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