Tonight my boyfriend came home and before even saying hello, he said " There's an article of Mika at tonights ’htuleht." So I thought to share it with you!
Mika: Best suprises from the fans have been the bubblesea and toilet paper thrown in to the air.
"We have so many concerts. One thing that makes the show unforgettable is when audience arrange a suprise for us. Estonians suprised us last time at the end of the show with bubbles. Six months ago in Koera Olympic Hall fans threw into the air 3000 toiletpaber rolls. These kind of things are amazing!" sighs British popstar Mika.
Singer, who gave thursday night, on Ollesummer, his second concert in Estonia, talked afternoon when he arrived to airport, that he will reward the audience for their bubblesea with brand new songs. "It is a excellent place to try new makings," thought Mika.
Tallinna concert was second concert for him after a brake, that he took to write new songs. On his own words, for the last past months, he has been in his best shape of writing and he waited with interest to coming back to the stage. "Back stage we sweared that tonight we're gonna have some fun. If im not remembering wrong, then there couldn't be better audience for that because las concert in here was amazing!" shouted star at the begging at the show for the crowd. Mika, who was super energetic and who took off his shirt at end of the show, got the rapturous applause from the audience. Like the last time, during his song " Happy Ending" fans realsed into the air countless amount of soap-bubbles. Directly after the show the star tweeted thankfully: "Tallinn show just gave me goosebumps, thank you so much, it was such a privilege to share new songs with a crowd like that " He spent night visiting bars at Tallinn olddown and communing with the local people.
Before that the artist told to web editorials of ’htuleht: " I am the person, who two years ago one night after three beers,sent a message for everybody that, let's meet on the bar tomorrow. I gave everybody the adress and went there." Into the pub, that locates near Mika's home, came over 800 fans that night. "There were so many people, that inside they were dancing on tables. It became sort of a minifestival. It was one of best nights in my life."
Translated: Anneli Virves
Original text: http://www.ohtuleht.ee/484020
My english isn't very good, so sorry for mistakes, I did my best.