"the 86-year-old on the long days: ”What the hell am I here for?”"
"the city of MALMO. The long repetitionsdagarna do Jan Malmsjö, 86, so tired that he forgets the lyrics."
"But now supported he of the love of his life Marie Göranzon, 76. "
"– My wife says to me: ”You have to think positively”, I think: ”What the hell am I here for?” he says after the rehearsal."
"He is this year's oldest participant, and Jan Malmsjö, struggling both with the memory and that manages to keep themselves refreshed during the long repetitionsdagarna."
"At the rehearsal he came by in his song ”Live life” and the song continued to play in the background."
" I can, of course, the text, but I was too tired simply. We have worked throughout the day. I'm an old man, the rest are the young people who have a future. I have my future behind me. It is for the long days of an old man, " he says."
"Jan Malmsjö tells us that he is supported by his wife, the actress Marie Göranzon, ahead of his appearance in the Eurovision song contest."
" I am no dysterkvist. I try to have a positive attitude, My wife says to me: ”you have to think positive”. I think: ”What the hell am I here for?” ”Think positive,” she says. She is better at it than I am, " he says."
"Malmsjös tips for a healthier life"
"Jan Malmsjö it has always been important to do all he can to keep' m fit and in shape. Two times he has run marathons in New York, the first when he was 50 and then again when he turned 70. "
"And he continues to keep himself active."
"– Out and walk and eat right and keep the body. It is my advice. Walk 10 000 steps a day and eat good."
"to be alert and manages to charm the viewers have Jan Malmsjö promised himself one thing after the Friday evening rehearsal:"
"– Now I'm going to go home and sleep. Directly. This is no eftersittningar at my age."
"Sitting in the text of the broadcast then?"
" Yes, damn it. I can the the. I was too tired, " says Jan Malmsjö."