Mihai Traistariu, a.k.a. Selfie King, has been following an interesting path lately. This year the “Tornero” singer decided to change his appearance and has turned into a gym bunny and a metrosexual. Week after week, he continues to shock his fans on Facebook with a new trick that nobody expected. This week, he has decided to honour Jesus Christ through dress.

Claiming that he played Jesus on stage last week, although no theatre has cast him in anything and he wouldn’t have missed the chance of boasting about it beforehand, Mihai posed as the Saviour and posted the holier-than-thou pics on Facebook. Since it’s just days before Christmas, his fans are understandably upset and outraged. His haters, however, are having a ball, calling him the Christmas gift that keeps on giving.

This latest stunt is not likely to get him a lot of public support when he decides to finally come back to Selectia Nationala, as he ‘threatens’ to do amost every year. And yes, he does say that he wants to make good on his “Tornero” (I’ll Be Back) promise in 2015, claiming that his latest album “Change” contains the song that will bring him to the Eurovision stage once again. But only time will tell.

Until then, we’re going to present these photos without comment. What do you think?

Mihai Traistariu as Jesus Christ

Mihai at Eurovision 2006

Photos: Mihai Traistariu

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ESCaddict
ESCaddict
5 years ago

He must be disappointed with the comments here. He would have been hoping for outrage but we couldn’t care less. Hardly worth a comment really. Next blogg……

eurovicious
eurovicious
5 years ago

I agree with Robyn.

giorgio
giorgio
5 years ago

The Messiah complex is strong with this one!

also, can we point and laugh at the poor Photoshop skills? Hilarious.

Peris
Peris
5 years ago

Eurovision 2015 winner Romania and Bucharest 2016

Renske
Renske
5 years ago

First dracula, now Jezus. I’m wondering what will happen during Easter…

davved
davved
5 years ago

only a religious supposed “loving christian” would have anything against this photo.

beccaboo1212
5 years ago

This ain’t pretty.

Robyn
Robyn
5 years ago

I think really he wanted to dress as Conchita Wurst – with the beard and luxuriously long hair – but without having to do drag.

Melissa Kutcher
Melissa Kutcher
5 years ago

As an Atheist, I don’t find a problem with this. He should have the freedom to express himself as he pleases.

D
D
5 years ago

I’m not a Christian and don’t identify with any religion, so obviously I wouldn’t find this offensive at all. But Mihai is from Romania, a typically very religious country, am I right? I’d assume Mihai is Romanian Orthodox like the large majority of Romanians so I’m surprised he’d do this. In my personal opinion, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it but he should’ve expected religious people to be offended. I don’t like him to begin with, so yes I do find this very funny.