The website “popbitch” has published a new interview with Lena Meyer-Landrut, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. The interview can be called “unconventional” as it’s not the same 10 questions all over again, which makes it quite interesting:
What’s your favourite shape of pasta?
If we were to look in your fridge, what would we find?
Salad tomatoes, probably some sausages — salami — and Coke mixed with Fanta. Do you have that over here? No? What? It’s my favourite drink! You’ve really never tried it? OK. Next time I come over I will bring you some. You introduced me to Dr Pepper, I will bring you Mezzo Mix.
What song would you like played at your wedding?
What’s your favourite word in German?
Pfütze. What is that in English? Puddle? Oh! It’s a nice word in English too! Yes, pfütze.
What’s your favourite word in English?
It’s funny, Stefan Raab (German TV presenter and Eurovision supremo, pictured above) asked me exactly the same question because he wanted to write a song with me. So he asked me my favourite word — and my favourite word in English is “caterpillar” — and so we wrote a song about it. Caterpillar.
Favourite ABBA song?
Do you collect anything?
Eggcups. I used to collect eggcups. I had more than a hundred. Different shapes, some with feet, some green, some black, some with wings. In Germany they’re called “eierbecher”.
Who would win in a fight between a baboon and a badger?
OK, I have got no idea what “baboon” or “badger” is.
There is another youtube-video like the one posted above:
Lena presents her entry for Eurovision 2011:
And last but not least for those who don’t know him: This is the guy Lena wants to sing at her funeral: Helge Schneider: