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2014-08-30 12:00

Johannesburg – Say goodbye to the boring Wednesday nights because is bringing a whole new show to get the party started.

The show is called Musiek Musiek and is’s first ever Afrikaans music magazine show of which the first episode will be aired on 10 September at 20:00 sharp.

We were lucky enough to have a quickie with beautiful co-presenter, Tina Meissenheimer, about her favourite song to sokkie to, who she'd love to interview and exciting things we can expect in the show.

What is a Channel24 quickie? It’s a brief or spontaneous episode consisting of five frisky questions in which celebs and Channel24 have a brief frolic leaving all parties involved feeling satisfied and craving a cigarette.

This is what Tina had to say:

You say this will be your first appearance as a TV presenter, what are some of the main challenges you face while preparing for the show?

It is my very first time on TV, I have a lot to learn but with a great team to back me up and support me I’m sure I will do well.

Tina says she doesn’t need a lucky charm or a ritual to calm her, she laughs; "You just go up there and do your thing!"

What is your favourite song to sokkie to?

I would have to say probably one of Kurt Darren’s songs. I can't choose a specific one, but he has a lot of nice songs to dance to.

What do you think is the most romantic Afrikaans song?

Tina gives us a straight forward answer telling us excitedly: "Bitterbessie Dagbreek by Chris Chameleon, I love him!"

She adds; "I would love to interview him, he is my number one."

You will be doing a lot of interviews with many well-known musicians, who were you most star-struck about meeting so far?

We have only sat down with a couple of groups, one of them being Die Jaloersbokkies, so we still have plenty more people to meet. I love meeting new people and we are going to have so many musicians on the show, I can't wait to meet them all!

If you were to write an Afrikaans song, what would you call it?

Tina giggles and answers: "Probably about love and all the obstacles you face if you’re in a relationship. You have to always believe in your partner and in yourself and not let other people influence that."

Tina shyly tells us she would call her song Ek en Jy.

Bonus question:

What can we look out for on the first episode of Musiek Musiek?

It is going to be great! You can expect to see a number of guests namely Mariette Kruger and Kobie Koen, we will also have snippets of Oppikoppi and plenty more!

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