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“Blümchen” is Comeback for New Eurodance Project

Written by on December 13, 2018

“Blümchen” she was one of the greatest German music stars of the 90s, now Jasmin Wagner is planning a comeback. The date for her first appearance after 18 years is already fixed. Most recently, Jasmin Wagner was in demand as a presenter, now she is making a stage comeback as “Blümchen”

Jasmin Wagner was on the road as a presenter and actress after her flower-time. But she did not seem to let go of her alter ego.

“At ’90s parties, I’ve heard my songs over and over again and seen people happy,” she told the newspaper. “I want to connect with this energy again. That should be really cool! ”
At the event in Gelsenkirchen next Blümchen other famous’ 90s stars to see: David Hasselhoff, Caught in the Act, Vengaboys, Oli. P, Rednex or Dr. Alban.

If things go well, Jasmin Wagner can even imagine going on as a flower.

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  1. Dorin   On   April 1, 2019 at 23:00

    Sambata a avut comeback-ul si a fost un succes rasunator! Abia astept sa o vad in vara in Germania live! Blümchen rocks!!! 😍

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