Cascada: "Life will continue as usual"

It was a bright summery morning when we met Natalie Horler from Cascada at her hotel, and she seemed very relaxed and confident in our video interview with her, which you can watch below:

In the interview, she explains how she managed not to fall when walking on the staircase with high heels during her rehearsal, what are her expectations, and how her stage costume was created.

Lena, the most recent German Eurovision winner, already prepared Cascada for the buzz that's going on during the Eurovision weeks. "The only private time you have in Malmö is in your hotel room", Natalie explains.

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Natalie doesn't see a risk in her Eurovision participation, considering she is a well-known and successful artist with a worldwide career already, and she doesn't put pressure on herself when it comes to expectations: "I try not to think about it really. I don't want to come last", she sums it up. "I'm not really setting myself a proper goal."


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