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Lena Meyer-Landrut: “The main thing is that I learn something” – she talks about her grandmother’s fears

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Lena Meyer Landrut
Singer talks about her grandmother’s worries

Lena Meyer Landrut during the recording of the NDR talk show in the NDR Lokstedt television studio

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Lena Meyer-Landrut is a great singer and has achieved what many artists dream of. But apparently that’s not enough for her grandmother, as the ESC winner is now revealing on a talk show.

“Just for fun” Lena Meyer-Landrut, 31, signed up with Stefan Raabs, 55, for the casting of the show “Our star for Oslo”, which was looking for a worthy participant for the “Eurovision Song Contest of the song”. The student was immediately convinced. In 2010, a high school graduate became an overnight star: Lena, then 19 years old, won the “Eurovision Song Contest” with the title “Satellite” and started a meteoric career.

Lena Meyer-Landrut: Success in the music industry for 12 years

She’s lived a life in the limelight, starting out not only as a singer, but also as a judge and influencer on “The Voice Kids.” The 31-year-old is still enjoying huge success today. She has just released her new single “Looking for Love”.

Lena’s grandmother would like the singer to study

However, when it comes to Lena’s grandmother, the career of the musician is not enough. On the “NDR Talk Show,” the Hannover native talks about how her grandmother still wants her to study. “No matter what, the main thing is that I learn something. She’s worried that I’m not going anywhere and that’s why I should learn something”, explains the singer. Lena’s grandmother is of the opinion that number 1 albums are not enough for a secure future. Based on the artist’s stories, it becomes clear that her grandmother only cares about love.

It all started with a crossword puzzle

It was she who launched Lena’s career. Twelve years ago, the grandmother-granddaughter duo won a crossword puzzle together and split the winnings evenly in half. With the 50 euros, Lena bought the train ticket from Hanover to Cologne for the casting of “Our star for Oslo” with Stefan Raab. The rest is history.

Source used: NDR


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