Live concert from a Ukrainian bunker: Politicians thank Joko & Klaas”
Live concert from Ukrainian bunker
Politicians thank Joko & Klaas”
Joko and Klaas showed a concert from a Ukrainian bunker in their 15 minutes of airtime. On Twitter, the approval is great.
Joko Winterscheidt (43) and Klaas Heufer circulation (38) gained 15 minutes of airtime at the season opener of “Joko & Klaas vs. ProSieben” on Tuesday evening (April 19). Once again, the two moderators used their range to address a serious topic. The duo showed a live concert from a Ukrainian bunker on Wednesday evening, where the band Selo i Ludy is currently struggling to survive. On social media, the two have received a lot of encouragement for their action – also from German politicians.
Katrin Göring-Eckardt finds the campaign “important”
Katrin Göring-Eckardt (55), Vice President of the German Bundestag, thinks only words of praise on Twitter. “A Selo i Ludy concert from a basement in Kharkiv, their drummer fled the war, they tell us about the noise of the bombs. A different approach to this war that changes everything. So important that we see it.”
SPD politician Dorothee Martin (44), member of the German Bundestag since 2020, tweeted: “Kudos to Joko and Klaas for these 15 minutes!”
The broadcaster ProSieben also thanked the moderator duo: “Goosebumps. We’re listening to Selo i Ludy and can’t begin to understand it. We can only try. Thank you for this incredible insight into your current life in Ukraine. Thank you.”
Users let their emotions run free on Twitter
Other users did not let it go either and expressed their feelings via Twitter: “This is such a hopeful and positive way to draw attention to the situation without glorifying anything and the voice is given to the absolutely right people. Thank you”, wrote one user. “Love how Joko and Klaas often use their 15 minutes for the important things in everyday life: men’s worlds, nurses, etc. and now the war”, explained another.
Another user gets to the point: “They are sitting in a bunker in the middle of Ukraine and performing Rammstein while war is raging above them. How unimaginably surreal is that?”
The band Selo i Ludy reports on the horrors of war
The band Selo i Ludy was live from the Ukrainian city on Wednesday night Kharkiv switched on, which has been the target of a major Russian offensive for several days and is under constant fire. With some pictures and short clips, the musicians gave an insight into their current shelter, which is “a shelter for many people”. During the day, shots and sirens can be heard again and again, which is “now normal” for the band.
The musicians started with Bon Jovi’s mega hit “It’s My Life” and then sang Rammstein’s “Du Hast” and David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”. At the end, emotional words followed: “We are doing our best to survive. We are doing our best to protect the borders of the civilized world. And our country.”