Cascada, one of the world’s biggest dance acts, has sold more than five million albums worldwide and clocked up around 15 million digital downloads. But that didn’t calm Natalie Horler, the group’s front woman, while competing at Germany’s national selection for Eurovision 2013. Speaking with wiwiblogger Deban Aderemi, Miss Horler told us that she was nervous during the contest and completely shocked to have won.
She believes it’s only fair that she had to earn the right to compete at Eurovision, rather than being handed a free pass à la Bonnie Tyler in the U.K. She also sounds off on the devotional music videos that her fans post on YouTube. “They love the music so much and I get so many letters,” she tells us. “I’m so glad I’m not big-headed because it could make you that way.” This woman is seriously “Glorious”.
Photo: Sander Hesterman (EBU)