Estonia’s Pop Idol gives back

June 1 2015

TV3 Estonia’s “Pop Idol” have a long standing tradition of giving back to the community. So this year, as usual, the show’s finalists Mikk Mäe, Kristjan Kannukene, Gertu Pabbo, Karl Gustav Adamsoo and Jüri Pootsmann, visited a children’s bereavement camp to perform, meet the youngsters, sign autographs and hand out Pop Idol souvenirs. Everyone had a wonderful time and there was even time left over for a fun ball game.

Uku Presmann, one of the camp organisers, praised the performers for their dedication and support:

“This show has become an annual tradition in our camp. It’s a real highlight and in meeting the young pop idols, the children get a sense of hope and feel that dreams can come true. They also feel less alone and like someone cares for them.”

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The camp psychologist Rutt Raielo chimed in:

“Everyone so enjoyed the concert! Music certainly makes the world a better place and this performance has an inspiring and positive effect on the whole camp.”

In addition to all this, our Pop Idol host Karl Erik Taukar also made the dreams of a very special little boy come true.

Seven-year-old Kardo got to visit one of the show’s big finals, go behind the scenes and meet his favourite singers.

A treasured memory for the idols as much as Kardo.

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