Eurovision star express support for Belgium after attacks
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The world is in mourning following the tragic attacks that took place yesterday in our capital city of Brussels and at the airport in Zaventem. Our country gets lots of messages of support, including from Eurovision artists who often very big stars.
Famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the facade of the Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai yesterday evening were wrapped in our Belgian tricolor. Various world leaders support us and also celebrities as Adele, Kris Jenner, Harry Styles and Eva Longoria were sending loving messages into the world.
On facebook, twitter and instagram also lots of pictures and posts from well known Eurovision artists for. They too are deeply impressed and mourning.
Singer Adele was Tuesday evening during her concert in London marking the attacks in Belgium. She wore her song “Make You Feel My Love on to the victims, Lara Fabian also brought tribute through its music. During her concert in Marseille she spent her special version of Voir un ami pleurer by Jaques Brel. Fabian is itself Belgian.
Marseille, il y a quelques minutes..
Geplaatst door Lara Fabian op dinsdag 22 maart 2016
Our only Eurovision winner Sandra Kim left via twitter.
— SandraKim (@real_sandra_kim) March 22, 2016
A lot of artists use instagram to a comforting picture or a symbol of peace in the world. So we saw images for come by Sakis Rouvas, Baker, Charlotte Perrelli, Iveta Mukuchyan, Piero Barone of Il Volo and Sanna Nielsen.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BDQJafABYqn/?taken-by=sakisrouvas & hl=el
https://www.instagram.com/p/BDQm5jqEpFE/?taken-by=laperrelli & hl=sv
Recurring artist Ira Losco and newcomer Amir put a longer message for France online. IRA’s sister is escaped to the terrible attack.
I thank God thy my sister is safe and has been re directed this morning. With her being a first officer with Brussels…
— ᴀᴍɪʀ (@Amir_Off) March 22, 2016
In addition to Sandra Kim and Lara Fabian also express other Belgian artists who ever participated in the Eurovision song contest their support. Tom Dice, Kate Ryan and Liliane Saint-Pierre let their emotions run free. Liliane wrote on facebook: “powerless in the face of so much hatred and senseless violence. Powerless in the face of the affected grief and the great loss of fellow human beings. However, I will not put off me and give in to anxiety, because then overcomes “lucifer”. My deepest sympathy to the victims and survivors. ‘
— Tom Dice (@TomDiceOfficial) March 22, 2016
Do we shut down with the beautiful messages of our previous and current songfestivalkandidaat. Loïc Nagashima says we should be brave and our Laura Tesoro wonders aloud why all this is needed …