Louise Hoffsten: ”It is his way to interpret the song.”
the Big fall down on your knees and propose, Seinabo Sey say yes – and they are united in a kiss.
Charlotte Perrelli can't believe his eyes. But:
"I understood that it was not the real thing, but I thought it was fine," says Louise Hoffsten.
the Wooing ended Saturday's ”So much better”.
Ulises ”Big” Infante Azocar had made Monica Zetterlunds let the ”Green little apples” and invited Seinabo Sey as a special guest soloist.
Before the performance, "he says in the program:
" I need to take some help of an awesome artist and a man that I like very much, which has one of Sweden's best voices, she will help me to make this extra good. It might get a little surprise, and perhaps with the element of surprise will be surprised.
And just at the end of the song Big until a ring falls down on his knees and takes Seinabo Seys hand in front of shocked artists as wide-eyed can only look on.
"will you marry me," says Big.
Seinabo Sey laughs and responds:
judging by the Charlotte Perrellis, Louise Hoffstens and Christer Sjögren's facial expressions, they do not know what they should believe.
" Was that a joke or? It was real, " says Charlotte in the program.
you never know.
”His way to interpret the song.”
But according to Louise Hoffsten, it was just a part of the. version of the song.
" It was fine. He is a good artist, Great. He has different tools in his work, I thought it was nice that he proposed to her, " she says.
But was it real, what were you thinking?
– No, I understood that it was real. But what is really? It can be spiritually. I understood that it was not the real thing. He uses his artistic work, he thought, why not free, it is his way to interpret the song. I thought it was very nicely done, " says Louise Hoffsten.
According to the Swedish Tax agency has neither the Large or Seinabo Sey applied for hindersprövning, which is required if they were married.
Nöjesbladet have searched Seinabo Sey, which allows health via a press contact to the wooing, was not the real thing.
”She laughs-and-greet, it really was pretend!”, writes Jonas Wikström on Universal music in an email.