Schlager: Andrea Berg is completely dissolved – fans are shaken

You rarely see them like this! Andrea Berg shares a sad message with her fans

Andrea Berg turns to her fans with sad news

For many artists, the corona crisis is a nightmare that has come true: Events, concerts, etc. are canceled in rows and sometimes postponed indefinitely. In the meantime, some easing has come into force, but large events are still not a good star. Andrea Berg, 54, is also struggling with the effects of the pandemic. Usually the pop singer always shows her fans in a good mood via Instagram. But now she has posted a video that gets under your skin.

The musician stands in the empty football stadium in Aspach, where she actually wanted to celebrate with her fans – as every year. But now everything turned out differently. With a deeply sad facial expression and a husky voice, the 54-year-old turns to her followers: "Hello dear ones, look where I am. In a few minutes I would go on stage and by Sunday over 35,000 of you would join us Celebrate '15 home game '. Unfortunately, I'm alone here this year. "

Visibly moved and disappointed, Andrea speaks into the camera and shows the deserted backdrop in which she is. But to cheer up her fans and maybe even herself, the interpreter "You lied to me a thousand times" came up with something special: "Let's make a film. Send us your video sequences, the most beautiful photos from the last 14th home games We’re going to build a Mutmacher film out of it. And we’ll see each other again next year – and then we’ll let it rip! ”

Your fans also seem to be hard hit by the failure of the "Kult Open Air". "We'd be there today. It's a shame," writes a user. "We miss you!" is another's comment. But the "Mutmacher film" is well received by her followers and seems to be at least a small consolation. And of course the fans are already looking forward to seeing Andrea Berg live again next year in the "WIRmachenDRUCK" arena.

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