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Crazy scene at Helene Fischer show: Fans storm onto the stage and dance with Schlagerqueen


Highlights: Two Schlager fans stand on stage with Helene Fischer during a concert in Bremen. The pop queen is currently on her "Rausch" tour. Fischer is one of the world's highest-earning musicians. Her albums "Farbenspiel" and "Best ofHelene Fischer" are among the best-selling music albums in the country. She has an incredible seventeen Echos, eight Golden Hens, three Bambis and two Golden Cameras.

Many Schlager fans dream of being able to stand next to Helene Fischer on stage one day. For two visitors to their concert in Bremen, this wish has now come true.

Bremen – Helene Fischer (38) is currently thrilling the masses on her "Rausch" tour. The pop queen gives her audience unforgettable moments with hits like "Atemlos durch die Nacht" or "Herzbeben" - which will probably remain in the memory of many a concertgoer for eternity.

In the middle of Helene Fischer concert: Schlager fans dance on stage

This was also the case for two young women in Bremen: They were allowed to stand on stage together with the superstar in the ÖVB Arena, where Helene Fischer made a guest appearance between 10 and 12 May, and delivered a skilful dance interlude that would have easily passed as part of the regular show. Those present had a similar view: the two received loud cheers and applause for their performance.

The performance was also very well received by Helene Fischer, who impresses with a gigantic setlist on her tour. After her performance, the 38-year-old applauded the two Schlager fans and hearted them extensively. The two women also captured the unforgettable concert moment as a TikTok video - and apparently practiced diligently, as other videos on their accounts show.

The Helene Fischer phenomenon in numbers

With more than sixteen million records sold, Helene Fischer is the most commercially successful singer in Germany, making her one of the world's highest-earning musicians. Her albums "Farbenspiel" and "Best of Helene Fischer" are among the best-selling music albums in the country. So it's no surprise that the music awards are thrown at her: Helene Fischer has an incredible seventeen Echos, eight Golden Hens, three Bambis and two Golden Cameras. In 2015 she received the Bavarian Television Award for "The Helene Fischer Show". Helene Fischer's only concert in Germany in 2022 took place on August 20, 2022 in front of a record crowd of 130,000 fans in Munich – the biggest concert of her career. The first 100,000 tickets were sold in 24 hours.

"A big thank you to Helene Fischer": Fan campaign inspires audience and network

However, the action seems to have been arranged: "A big thank you to Helene Fischer for making this possible for us at all! It was an absolute honor!" reads the TikTok clip, which shows the "fulfillment" of an "absolute dream" of the two up-and-coming dancers. Her thanks are also due to the other acrobats and, last but not least, to the audience, who "made this moment unforgettable".


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The bold action is also well received on the Internet: Under the video there are numerous comments praising the performance of the dynamic duo. The pop queen herself, however, recently made an embarrassing mishap: Helene Fischer confused the place names at a concert. Sources used:

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2023-05-29

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