Katarina Flatland regrets after Forræder exit

As at every breakfast, it was a tense group – besides three knowing traitors – who met after another night.

One by one they entered the breakfast room. In the end it was between crime writer Anne B. Ragde (64) and presenter and doctor Katarina Flatland (33).

Like her father, Hallvard Flatland (65), the game also ended in elimination for Katarina.

SURVIVED: Anne B. Ragde survived the night. Photo: TV 2

– What a threat I am, she says jokingly when TV 2 meets her, shortly after she has left Forræder.

Although the 33-year-old thinks it’s sad to leave, she tries to look positively at the elimination.

– I try to take it as a compliment, that they see me as a big threat.

Clear role

When her father had to leave the game, Flatland became furious with the traitors.

– I will identify each and every one of you, she said firmly around the breakfast table.

TRAITOR WAR: Katarina Flatland quickly rose up against the traitors, when her father, Hallvard Flatland was eliminated.  Photo: TV 2

TRAITOR WAR: Katarina Flatland quickly rose up against the traitors, when her father, Hallvard Flatland was eliminated. Photo: TV 2

Because of her reaction, she thinks it became clear that she wasn’t a traitor.

– They benefit from the fact that there are people in there who can be suspected of being traitors. Unfortunately, it was me, but I’ve had a lot of fun. It’s the funnest thing I’ve ever been a part of. I have really played the game, and enjoyed myself so much, she says.

Hallvard Flatland eliminated from Forræder – critical of the program

When TV 2 calls Flatland again, she admits that it was not her smartest move in the game.

– Game-wise, it’s not the wisest thing to declare war on the traitors, but that’s what I did, she says, laughing.

Katarina Flatland thinks she knows why she was eliminated. See why in the video below.

Regrets

Last game round, her father, and former presenter and record producer Christer Falck (53) had to leave the game. Several of the participants agreed that Falck was a source of noise, which caused confusion in the group.

– I can live with sending you home as loyal, Christer. But I can’t live with letting you stay here as a traitor, if you’ve also sent dad home, she said when she voted for Falck.

COUNCIL HALL: Katarina Flatland helped vote out Christer Falck in the previous council chamber.  Photo: TV 2

COUNCIL HALL: Katarina Flatland helped vote out Christer Falck in the previous council chamber. Photo: TV 2

Flatland regrets that she helped vote out Falck, who proved to be loyal.

– At the same time, it would have annoyed me so much if he was actually a traitor, and we had let him stay because he confuses us. He wasn’t the one who should have gone home, but then you don’t have to be so confusing, Christer!, she says.

REGRETS: Katarina Flatland regrets that she helped vote out Christer Falck, who turned out to be on her side - the loyal side.  Photo: TV 2

REGRETS: Katarina Flatland regrets that she helped vote out Christer Falck, who turned out to be on her side – the loyal side. Photo: TV 2

– 100 percent safe

There is no doubt that the trust has been put to the test among the loyal players.

Being grilled by Christer Falck: – He likes to put me out

– It is impossible not to be influenced by others. You are so confused and don’t know who you can trust. It was very difficult to know who was telling the truth, she says.

– But now I have a clear idea of ​​who the traitors are, she emphasizes.

Flatland believes there is a traitor among comedian Erlend Mørch (28), YouTuber Sander “Randulle” Dale (24), YouTuber Jonas Lihaug (33) and climber Magnus Midtbø (34).

CANDIDATES: Sander Dale, Erlend Mørch, Jonas Lihaug and Magnus Midtbø are on Katarina Flatland's list of possible traitor candidates.  Photo: TV 2

CANDIDATES: Sander Dale, Erlend Mørch, Jonas Lihaug and Magnus Midtbø are on Katarina Flatland’s list of possible traitor candidates. Photo: TV 2

– I am one hundred percent sure of that. Because they lie low, don’t mean much, and send Kristin, dad and me out. I have the feeling that there are smart people who know how to play.

She singles out Mørch and Dale as the scariest players, but is quick to follow up:

– Not least Magnus, because he is completely quiet.

After the exit, presenter Mads Hansen (38) revealed who had been assigned the traitor roles. It shocked her.

– Damn it. Oh shit! Damn father, now I got so angry. Most of all, I got really mad at Cathrine, she exclaims.

HURT: It hurt Cathrine Fossum to eliminate her good friend, Katarina Flatland.  Photo: TV 2

HURT: It hurt Cathrine Fossum to eliminate her good friend, Katarina Flatland. Photo: TV 2

– Why?asks Hansen.

– Because I feel we are colleagues in TV 2, and had very good chemistry there. Also, she and the annoying goblin gang eliminated me. I find that really annoying, she says and grins.

In the conclave, Fossum did not hide that it pained her to write Flatland’s name on the elimination sheet.

Off with the silk gloves

Now Flatland hopes the loyal group manages to send out one of the traitors.

– I’m sure they can do the job without me. I think they are incredibly hungry to find a traitor, so now it’s time to take off the silk gloves and really try to find the traitors, she says.

When she now has to leave Forræder, she hopes that her exit will be noticeable among the participants.

– I hope that the atmosphere will be a little worse, now that I am leaving the competition. I think it’s coming together pretty well.

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