Ellie Goulding Almost Died in Norway!

Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding wasn't planning on sharing this event but she and photographer Conor McDonnell have now decided to share the crazy story about that time, a couple weeks ago, when they almost died in Norway.

Ellie and Conor wanted to experience Norway's beautiful nature and hence chartered a belt wagon to take them out on the ice. That's when the accident occurred - the belt wagon crashed through the ice (it was -25 in the air) and they had to evacuate through the roof.

Only a couple minutes after this photo was taken the entire belt wagon was gone under the ice - we can just image the panic as they were standing there on the ice and realizing that they could just as well have been dead.
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Published Jan 27 2016 9:56 AM
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