There are five years between Benjamin and Tanne, who Saturday night won the Danish eurovision with the song 'Yes', and the age difference makes, that they have developed a special relationship in a short time.
they told, en Ekstra Bladet met them in the City on Sunday afternoon.
- We say all the time, that it is a brother/sister relationship. It is not a mother/child relationship, I will not say, laughing Tanne, who watches over his 'little brother'.
- If someone says something strictly for Benjamin, or is the evil opposite of Benjamin's, so I come trampende. But sometimes I also think, he is annoying, but it is good. It gives a good energy. You should hate each other a little, says the 22-year-old singer.
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She says that Benjamin is great to support her.
- When I have sung wrong, or my voice breaks, so I feel extremely concerned, and that he is good at to support me.
- I have really seen her fight many times, and it amazes me. It amazes me that she can't realize how talented she is. So she gets just a little peep talk, he says.
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Ben & Tan, have a special relationship because of the age difference,that is on them. Photo: Anthon Unger
on Saturday night, they fought both to get a handle on the nerves on the stage in the Royal Arena.
I stepped into and became a mother, because you (Benjamin, ed.) was nervous. So you must just be nervous, so I'm not nervous. I'm seriously afraid that I can't be. I am so nervous usually, says Tanne with a laugh.
- My heart just ran faster and faster with every step I took. When we got on stage it began to be better, says Benjamin.
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Why do you believe both that they need to work with the nervousness ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam in may.
- It is really something we need to work with. We need to play some more jobs, says Tanne.
- It sounds strange to say it, but I really hope that we get some bad experiences at our jobs in the Eurovision Song Contest, for if we can deal with something like this, so we can handle everything. So everything that can go wrong, may go wrong, he laughs.