Finnish rapper Käärijä hopeful about Noa Kirel collab in Israel

Noa Kirel's September performance is facing some technical hick-ups, but she remains hopeful she'll be joined by the Finnish sensation by the time the event rolls around; 'I hope one day soon I'll be able to perform in your country,' Käärijä tells Ynet
Ran Boker, Omer Tasel|
We could be on the verge of a spine-tingling collaboration: The Eurovision's first and second runners-up, Finnish rapper Käärijä and Israel's very own Noa Kirel could be teaming up for a duet.
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Reports indicate that Kirel is very interested in bringing the eccentric Nordic star to Israel to perform together at Hayarkon Park in central Tel Aviv, though up until now, no official offer has been extended.
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נועה קירל וקארייה
נועה קירל וקארייה
Together on stage soon?
(Photo: Corinne Cumming/EBU, AP)
Apparently, there have been some technical complications in regard to transforming it from an intriguing idea to an actual musical extravaganza, but managers of both artists seem to be in agreement that it should happen at some point.
In a special Ynet interview, Käärijä, who masterfully performed the hit song "Cha Cha Cha" that earned him second place in the Eurovision Song Contest, expressed his enthusiasm at the idea of a collaboration with Kirel.
"Oh, my god. If it will happen, I'd be ecstatic," he said. "I have a very tight schedule as it is, but maybe one day soon I'll be able to perform in your country and we'll do something amazing together."
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