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How it was: Eurovision party in Munich

During the afternoon programme, the Geman composers Ralph Siegel and Christian Bruhn were welcome on stage where they gave an interview about their past entries in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Friderika Bayer, the first Hungarian participant in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, started the evening show with her song Kinek Mondjam El Vétkeimet. The singer told that with that entry she had started her career many years ago and now it felt like a fairytale to perform this song again in front of so many Eurovision fans.

Tom Dice, the Belgian participant in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest, appeared on stage with his guitar. Tom performed some songs from his last year’s album and, of course, his entry from Oslo Me And My Guitar. On the question if he would ever come back to the Eurovision again, Tom said: “When I come back, I want to win!”

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The third guest was Pasha Parfeny, the Moldovan participant in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. He wore the same self-made trousers as in Baku. Pasha, who was called a party king, showed his other side playing piano and performing Michael Jackson’s ballade You Are Not Alone.

The fans in Munich had the honour to welcome on stage the Dutch Eurovision legend of seventies, Sandra Reemer. Sandra participated in the 1972, 1976 and 1979 Song Contest. The singer put everybody in a good nostalgic mood by performing Colorado with the whole audience.

After the concert, the hall turned into the disco hall where all fans danced to their favourite music.