Tuesday, 1 November 2011

WELL WELL

Hell did freeze over - this time you in the other parts of the world are actually able to view the show I was in!

If you are not interested in a lesson in Finnish Swedish you can jump to the later half of the show (to hear me talk a language you won't understand :)

If the embedded version does not work you can view it here, until November 30.

UPDATE: The link is gone by now but the clip is on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwjBp7gijcs, however, this time only viewable in Finland...

23 comments:

Miss Margarita said...

Exciting to see you "live" like this and you certainly did a great job explaining burlesque to the "man in the street" :) ..by the way, I find Finnish Swedish easier to understand than Swedish Swedish, the tonality must be closer to Norwegian or something.

Bernadette said...

good lord, the umlauts! Is this blog written in English? because if it's not, it is being translated secretly & perfectly. ;) also, that just made me want to watch the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo films again...

Kitten said...

Tummen upp! :D

Rueby... said...

Well. No idea what you said, but at least you're super cute!! :D

Tifa DeLeone said...

Så fin du är!! :)

Nataly R. said...

don't take me wrong but I dream to see you dancing burlesque!:))) all accessories that you make for the show are so nice and of a great quality! real treasures!:) And I really love your make up in this video! You are such an eye candy! :)
Love
Nataly

Helene said...

This is awesome! You are so cute!

Doll In Sugar Coma said...

Yay I understand every word since i am originally from the West coast in Sweden! :D You look stunning on TV!!

Mary Ann said...

No idea what you're saying but you seem very well composed and natural!

Anniina said...

Lovely! Too bad there were subtitles, naturally I started following them. I think I could have understood you otherwise, even if you spoke very fast! :D

Katia said...

What a pity I couldn't catch a word...actually I recognized : "burlesque and merci beaucoup" ;)
By the way, you look so pretty !

Pia said...

Heja Ulrika, du var asbra :D

Démo Forever said...

Så härligt att höra din charmiga finlandssvenska!

Lucia said...

Du var jätte jätte bra! Och du är så vacker så vacker, sjukt snygg. Man blir glad bara av att se dig! Och jätte naturlig verkade du. Hej det vill jag fråga dig: Jag behöver nåt uppiggande, och kom det att jag gillade väldigt mycket att dansa poledance, el att dansa överhuvudtaget. Nå nu kolla jag 2 pole dans ställen i H:fors, och de har "Burlesk" på sin lista. Vet du om de har BRA lärare? Du är möjligen inte och tänker hålla någon kurs i närmaste framtid?

Jag är jätte tacksam för svar, sen när du hinner!

Mrs Munster said...

This was so awesome to able to see this outside Finland. You are so adorable!

Audrey said...

Haven't sat down to try and translate the closed captioning but either way, I'm totally digging your eyeliner and pin curls...you make it look too easy! ;)

Maiju said...

Vaikutit ohjelmassa todella symppikselle ja nyt sitten tykkäilen blogistasi vielä enemmän:)

Oli hauska nähdä tämä!

Maja said...

miss Margarita is right, finnish swedish is so much easier to understand than swedish swedish;) that's so funny - but of course I'm used to skånsk (I really don't know the english word for that part of sweden;) It lovely to see you "live" you move so gracefully!

Ghoulia said...

Men oh så underbart charmig du är! Och din finlandssvenska var så fin!
Programledarna kändes väldigt stela jämfört med hur naturnära och charmig du var! Nu måste jag ta mig över vattnet och se dig uppträda någon gång!

Idun said...

åh vad roligt att höra dig prata svenska! Väldigt bra intervju!

Mrs J said...

Great interview and lovely to hear your voice! Your grandma sounds cool, watching you perform and all. Would LOVE to come see your show. Guessing DH would be quite easily persuaded. (Hjälp halva jag är ju finsk, men jag har bara varit i Vasa några timmar, haha!)

Cate said...

I don't understand you, but you were so elegant to me nonetheless! To my American ears, Finnish Swedish sounds very bubbly and rolling. It reminds me of tongue twisters in English.

Anna | Mormor hade stil said...

Vilken underbar kjol du hade på dig!