A smashing birthday party full of atmosphere

Jo is becoming a day older and that's a reason to celebrate. A cosy and nice reception, followed with a walking diner with family and friends, truned quickly into a smashing party. Thanks to the performace of Yves Seghers, a Dutch singer well know from the sing-along song 'Waar zijn die handjes' ('Where are those hands').

The party continued with a travesty show from the Sparkling Diamonds. Of course, magnificent costums where used during this show but there was also some room from more comic acts dressed up as a baby or a non.

Last but not least, Jettie Pallettie, the flamboyant party queen from Holland, was present to give a great performance. Everyone was carried along with songs like 'Ik zit in een cafeetje' or 'Hey Knull' ('I am in a bar' or 'Hey guy'). Singing and dancing along was the only option left.

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