Old days with B-Boys
These guys pretty much made my life from 2003-2007. Never regret what once made you smile :)
(Yes, I became a TH fan in June 2006, so I was both a B-Boys fan and a TH fan at the same time at that moment, but B-Boys kind of faded out of my life, because Tokio Hotel was too awesome)
Monster Ball Tour (Lady Gaga) to Denmark!
Oh my God, Lady Gaga is coming to Denmark on October 20th 2010 and I really really want to go! It takes place in Herning, and it's only about 45 minutes away from where I live, in car. Unfortunately the tickets for standing costs 66.50 €, and that's even without all the taxes, and I don't think I can afford that. Well, I'll see, I'll do whatever I can to get to the concert! Last time she was in Denmark I didn't go because it was in Copenhagen and that's so far away from me and it costs so much with train, but this time it's only 45 minutes away from where I live, so it makes me want to go even more! I really hope I can go. I heard this Monster Ball tour is absolutely fucking amazing, and I really don't feel like missing it. I wish I had a money tree or something like that! Anyway, I'll figure out if I'm going (keep your fingers crossed for me!), since it's also on a school day.
Time for my last review from the tour (and it'll probably make me all nostalgic writing it, haha!).
Anyway, after Toulouse we slept in the car for the night and drove to back to Geneva from Toulouse. When we arrived, Mia Malene and I got off at the venue, while Linda drove to see some of her friends and get a shower, haha! The venue was just nearby the airport, so we decided to go in there and look inside some of the shops while we had to wait. The queuing made no point at all, as in Toulouse. People were just sat everywhere, and I didn't even mind standing in the back. It was my last concert, and I just really wanted to enjoy it. That's why I didn't take that many pictures at this concert (What I did though, from the very first concert in Copenhagen, was to decide that I WANTED a video with the mash-up of Screamin' and Moonson, and I filmed that in Geneva, haha!).
We went in almost as the last ones, Mia Malene and I, and we just sat down inside, waiting for the concert to start and talking a bit while the warm-up DJ's were on. I couldn't really believe it was going to be my last concert, and that after that concert it would all be over. It was so weird to think that in that day, about a month ago I still had 5 concerts to attend.
The concert started, and I tried to get a bit in the front, but it didn't really work out that well, so I just stood in Toms side. Luckily my camera has quite good zoom, so when the boys walk up at those stairs I can get quite good pics even though I'm not on the first row. I enjoyed the concert, danced around with the girls and well - was about to cry when they played Zoom and In your shadow. Tears were for sure in my eyes. Of course this concert was the same as the others with the songs, etc - but I still love this show so much. I could watch it 10.000 times and not once I would get tired of it. I know when the fire goes up, when Bill yells the name of the city, when Gustavs drums are there and they aren't on the CD, when Toms guitarsolo is there, etc. and still I won't ever get tired of this show. I want more, more, more!
Anyway, after the show we went outside and Mia Malene and I went to the car to fix it up before we had a long drive home to Denmark. We decided to drive all night, so Mia Malene and I had to switch staying up to keep Linda awake, and it was fine for me. Also, Linda did a seriously great job driving, she really did. We wanted to get home as fast as possible, because even though out is good, it'll always be nice to come home to your own bed and home. When I came home, it was so weird. Everything was just suddenly over and the days after I kind of missed being with Mia Malene and Linda around me all the time. I felt totally alone, because I'd been with amazing people around me for 10 lovely, but hard, amazing, days <3
This was for sure one of the times of my life I'll never forget or regret.
I'll leave you with the last medley this time. Enjoy.
I <3 SLUSH ICE
I got my first glas of slush ice today, in 2010. mmhm <3
(this picture is from 2008)
There's nothing better than a glas of slush ice on a sunny spring/summer day.
They taste even better when there's soft ice in it too, though.
What's your favourite ice cream/drink in the spring/summer?
Me: Is Morten asleep now?
Morten: *Looking up at me*
Me: Who's this, Morten? Who's this? *Pointing at Bill poster* It's Bill!
Me: Yees.. Who's this then? *Pointing at Tom* It's Tom.
Me: Can you say Gustav?
Me: What about Georg then?
Morten: Ge-ork (XD) That?
Me: It's Tokio Hotel.
Morten: Tokio-eeeel (XD) Me look!
Me: You wanna take a look?
I love him to bits <3
A walk to the city
We found out that 4 of our classes were cancelled today because our English+History teacher was sick, so we had to meet at 9 - then German class, then math class, then 2 hours off, and then one Social Study class and then I was off at 13:40, so Cecilie and I took a decision to walk to the city to go look in the shops, which was actually quite cozy.. Well, beside the fact that we've now got very sore feet.
Doesn't I look pretty? (Beside the fact that my hair is so greasy :( Anybody got any good tips how to get it away? I have had this problem with my hair getting greasy just a few hours after I've washed it, and I have no clue why it does it!!!! It annoys me so much.. Also, I need to dye it again soon)
Anyway, I had a great time, so my feet doesn't really matter. They'll stop hurting anyway, sooner or later.
Mhhhm, don't you just love a bowl filled with fresh fruits? I sure do. This evening I enjoyed a bowl with pineapple, apples, banana, orange and raisins. It tastes delicious. Sometimes I swear it can be just as good as eating candy or whatever you choose to eat on a Saturday evening. Mhm, delicious!!
What do you guys mostly eat when you need a snack?
So I went outside today since the weather is amazing. It's a bit windy, but I went outside to shoot my 5girlsDK vlog (since I'm off from school today - my school is closed!), and I thought I would take some "todays outfit" pictures too (Also, I made an entire category for todays outfit posts). So this is me today.
Shirt (Divided 2010), hat (2006-07) and jacket (Divided 2008) from H&M - Leggings from Sparkz
Sunglasses from Glitter - Shoes from Vans - Pink socks from Hello Kitty Sanrio (H&M)
Time for another review, and this time it's for Toulouse in France. We arrived on April 1st in the evening, after a long and amazing trip from Switzerland (France and Switzerland is so so pretty with all the mountains, etc!!!). The boys had April 1st off, so we knew they would go to a hotel in Toulouse right after they finished in Zürich (They usually do). We drove to a McDonalds to get something to eat, and then we drove to the venue to get numbers. Actually, we just got them for safety. I got like number 183 or something like that, I think, but we decided to just sleep in the car that night.. Well, that was AFTER Mia Malene and I had been walking around whole fucking Toulouse to just find a toilet, because McDonalds had closed with only McDrive open.. I knocked on McDrive, but no, security in there told us we couldn't get in, so we had to walk around the whole city to find the toilet, and we found one after an hour. After that we went back to the venue and got into the car and slept there for the night.
Next day we got up at 8 and drove to the boys' hotel.. Or.. Actually, we waited at the wrong hotel, but just around 30 mins before the boys came out from their hotel we got a text saying that we were at the wrong hotel, so we immediately drove to the right one, and well - when we arrived the tourbusses were already there, and there stood well.. around 15-30 fans, I would say. Not really that many fans, and nobody screamed either. We just parked the car and ran out, and like 5 mins after we got out Gustav came out from the hotel, all sneaky with a security guard, haha! Almost nobody noticed him! 10 minutes later Georg came out, all the fans said "Morgen" and Georg replied with a "Moooorgen!". I think some fans told him happy birthday too, since he said "Danke schööön", and then walked to the bus. 10-15 minutes later security begun to remove some of the fans because the twins had to come out (the fans blocked the door the twins should get out from. Georg took the entrance other door, so did Gustav). Gordon had already came out with the black dog. First Bill came out, he smiled at us and then walked. I barely noticed Tom because Bill was so gorgeously stunning (as always!), so when he walked like 20 cm's away from me with his dog I was all like "Woah! That was close!" and then I just clicked a picture of his back, haha. I don't remember the twins saying anything at all, but it was amazing anyway. Bill was the cutest thing ever. Which I always think, haha!
After that we drove back to the venue, to see the boys there, but they drove to the back so we couldn't really see anything. We checked out the line, and it was pure chaos. No fence, no nothing. Everybody was just standing there, being one big chaos, really! It was at least 25 celcius degrees there, and we didn't want to sit in the sun so we just went to sit in the car while we got something to eat and drink, and listened to loud music, talking, haha! Quite cozy, actually. After that we drove to fix ourselves up at a toilet in McDonalds, and then go shopping for some food and something to drink (omg, I got the BEST pineapple ever!). We'd decided to walk in just as the doors opened, hoping there was no innerraum, which meant we got time to go shopping and check out some of Toulouse. The shopping was quite fun actually! France have so many things we don't have in Denmark, which makes it awesome!
After that we got back to Zénith, and we parked the car and got something to eat. Also, Linda decided to make a banner, but I don't think we used it at the concert, haha! Not sure. The fans were starting to getting let in, so we walked towards the ticketshop, so we could buy ourselves some tickets (Toulouse was a spontaneous decision. We didn't know if we wanted to go, but we thought about it after Zagreb was canceled), and then we walked to the line and got in. No innerraum, which meant we in the end got a great spot. DJ (support act) started and when he did we stood almost all behind, but during the concert I managed to get 3rd row on Toms side for some time, but decided to go a little further back, so I stood at about 5-6th row. I think I missed 3 waterbottles, as they flew to the persons RIGHT behind me all the time. I was sooo close all the time, but bad luck, I guess, haha! The concert was amazing - and the French fans aren't really as bad, they're actually quite awesome! (Even though I never managed to go in a crowd THAT smelly before, LOL!) The boys were so happy, I got so many pictures where Bill smiles. Also, when the boys speak French; It's sooo adorable!
After the concert we sat in the car for a bit to watch each others pictures and videos (we always do that, it's quite cozy actually!), and then we drove to a place to park the car and get some sleep, so we the next day could drive to the last concert of our mini-tour; Geneva. Which will also be my next review. Anyway, here's the pictures I tagged from Toulouse and another medley video. Enjoy!
I love leopard print
Leopard dress from H&M - 17 €
Leopard shirt from H&M - 9 €
Ripped leggings from Sparkz - 20 €
We arrived to Switzerland in the morning on the 31st after driving through Austria and some of Germany, having a tough but cool night. Well, that ended when we came to Switzerland where they stopped us at the gates.. They wanted to check if we had brought DRUGS with us. Like, what the fuck? All the German and France cars got right through; but the Danes. No way in hell we could get through, so we spent 30 minutes there. They even checked my fucking lipbalm to see if there was drugs in it.
Anyway, we arrived to Hallenstadion and saw the line. There wasn't really that many. We decided to go park in a parking lot, and yeah, we wanted to get some sleep. It ended up with us putting up the tent in the parking lot, but well, after a few hours sleeping there this man told us we couldn't. We took the tent down and got in the car to sleep there in stead. We slept 'till about 18, and then we went to get something to eat, and well.. Zürich is a scheiss city, to be honest. What's up with the fucked up traffic lights? Really! Only green for like 2 seconds and then red in FOREVER. We got changed with our clothes though at a tankstation, got something to eat (which btw tasted like shiiit) and then we drove back to Hallenstadion. Everybody were already let in, so we just walked in as the last ones, but hey; no innerraum, so we just walked right to Georgs side. We could walk all the way to 2nd row if that was what we wanted, so it was cool enough..
The venue was seriously BIG, and it seemed so empty, unfortunately. There's lots of stuff you see when you stand there, in stead of when you stand on front row. On front row you don't see all the kids, parents, old people standing in the back. It was soooo odd to see, really! Anyway, this DJ was warming up, just playing some music, and the boys went on late - as mostly. This concert was special because it was Georgs birthday, and the plan was apparently to sing birthday song to him during the first break.. but nobody did so! We managed to finally sing birthday song to him when they started the acoustic set. We just started to sing, and everybody went in sync, so Bill stopped and told us that if we had to sing for him we would have to call him Hagen! So we sang for him, called him Hagen, and Bill moved his hands soooo cute, smiling and singing with us (but not in the microphone). Georg was all smily, and he seemed a bit shy. So so cuuuute!
The concert went on, awesome concert, it was nice not to stand up in front too because you got to see the whole stage more as one, and you could see all the boys and just move as you felt like it. I, of course, love front row more, but this was very cool too. They rocked it as always, and as always they were cute, amazing, etc. <3
Anyway, pics and a medley video for you guys. Next review will be TOULOUSE in France!
Lately I've been feeling so lonely, because I'm almost alone at home all the time. I guess it's just because I spent 9 days constantly being around and with people (especially Mia Malene and Linda), so it's so weird to be all alone with no one to talk to, no one texting me, and well - nobody really writes to me that much on the internet anymore, since one girl decided to dump me. I kind of miss being with Mia Malene and Linda now, and I miss the mini tour we had. It was awesome, it really was. Ich will zurück. <3
Anyway, for now I'll just leave a pic from today.. Looking maaaaaaad, lol!
Vienna medley video
As I promised I wanted to post my medley video from Vienna, so here you go. All my Tokio Hotel videos from Vienna mixed up to one long video! Enjoy it!
It's time for another concert review, and this time it's a Vienna review!
Friday, March 26th I took the train for 3 hours to get to Lindas place. We were heading to Vienna in Austria, where we were going to the Tokio Hotel concert on March 30! We should've actually been to the concert in Zagreb in Croatia on March 28th, but the concert was canceled, unfortunately.
We drove all night (Linda drove 13 hour straight from Denmark to Vienna, so props for her! She did amazing!), through Germany, Czech Republic and then to Austria. It was so awesome to see all new places. I love travelling. Czech have such a different culture than we do in Denmark, it was kind of crazy and unrealistic to see all that. When we arrived in Vienna we booked a room in a hostel and payed for it, but we didn't actually go there. We slept in the car for some hours in a parking lot under the Stadthalle (which was basically our "home" when we were in Vienna, lol!) and at about 18 in the evening we went to Prater in Vienna, which is a themepark of a kind. It was so much fun! We met some of the girls from the Austrian fanclub and they told us people were already camping outside Stadthalle, even though it wasn't allowed! So, we tried to figure things out and figure out when we could get our numbers, and we were told we only could next morning, so the Austrian girls were sweet enough to let us sleep in their apartment for the night.
Next morning we got up early to go to the Stadthalle, where we then got a number. I got number 24, which was pretty fine, since that still means 1st row! We were told that we had to get back to get the numbers checked, so we went back to the apartment to get more sleep. Later on, we were told that the girls who ruled the number system didn't anymore, and that the Austrians had gotten hands on it, which was okay. It was awesome camping, because we weren't allowed to camp originally, we didn't actually have to STAY outside Stadthalle, so Mia Malene and I got to sleep and shower at the Austrian girls apartment again, which was very sweet of them! Also, we went on lots of sightseeing in Vienna, which was awesome too. Vienna is such a nice city, to be honest!
On Monday evening the bareers were put up in front of the venue and we were put into the in the lining. Security were there all night along with the first aid people taking care of us, giving us hot tea and making sure we were all okay. You felt so safe being there, and I couldn't help thinking it was like Essen.
We slept there all night, it was kind of hard, but we managed to. Next day people started arriving, and the queuing was actually really good. We were split up in 3 lines, and it was managed so example nr. 1 was in line 1, nr. 2 was in line 2, 3 was in line 3, then 4 was in line 1, then 5 was in line 2 and 6 in line 3, and then it went on like that. Also, there were borders so only 30 people would get let into the venue at time, so it meant that we were ASSURED first row! Totally awesome!
At about 18 the doors got opened, and we (as the first 30) ran inside. Linda was the first one who got in, and we got the spot we wanted - at the corner just between Tom and Bill, yay! But epic fail happened when I had to run inside; there was this bump on the floor right after the doors inside, and well.. I was too focused on getting to Linda at the first row, so I fell. So did Mia Malene and so did all the other fans. It looked EPIC, I tell you! Even the security found it very funny! It hurt, but I still find it funny!
The concert started on TIME this time (which is pretty awesome, since they're normally always late) and there was NO support act, so it was awesome! There were a lot more pushing this time than in Denmark. Not just a little, but A LOT. People kept thinking that they could get people into a 1st row that was already full. Stupid. Anyway, when the concert started it got better, and the guys were so sweet and they rocked it as always! We rocked 1st row too, the guy who films in front of the stage LOVED us. He kept pointing the camera towards our direction. I can't count all the times we were on the big screens. Too awesome.
Austrian fanaction went really well with all the Alien heads. When Bill saw it he grinned, just right before he started singing. It was so cute! Also, he looked down at us at one point for AT LEAST 10-20 seconds, and no, I'm not overreacting! He was the cutest thing ever.
I won't get into too many details about the concert besides that, except that Bills microphone stopped working during Für immer jetzt, so he just stood there trying to fix it while we sang the song for him. The other guys kept playing, and Tom looked so confused at his twinbrother trying to make the damn microphone work. It ended with Bill running quickly backstage, getting his white "freiheit89" microphone in stead, and then running up towards the podium singing "fühlst du mich", rocking it.
Awesome concert and front row is pure love <33333 I love the fact I got to stand on the front row at 2 German setlists; but the one in Copenhagen Bill talked English between the songs, and the one in Vienna it was PURE German. Anyway, enjoy some of my pictures. I didn't tag this many this time, I'll probably tag more later! I have so many amazing ones, I tell you. It would take ages to tag them all. There'll be video later too. Next review is for; Zürich!!!
Well, actually I came home yesterday but I totally forgot to blog. I was so exhausted. I had an amazing week, with amazing people. So awesome. Also, first thing I wanna say is that Linda did an amazing job driving all the time, because it was VERY MUCH DRIVING, I tell you. The trip had its ups and downs, but the whole thing as one made it amazing. I'm going to tell more into details later. I'm so exhausted, and I'm gonna enjoy the last day off from school in the Easter Holidays now. These pics from Prater in Vienna and one of the buildings in Vienna is all you'll get for now. I have lots of picture tagging to do, and as soon as I've done it, I'll post reviews, more pics, etc. here on my blog.