She looks like an angel and has a similar voice: Lily Kelly (15), daughter of Joy Kelly (48), represents the next Kelly generation.
Now her first major appearance was with mega-star Peter Maffe (72). He asked the 15-year-old on stage as part of his talk series “Encounters” (Magenta TV) and performed the tabluga classic “I Never Want to Grow Up” with him.
And so it came to a spontaneous start: Joy Kelly was a guest at the Mafe with politician Sahra Wagenknecht (52). He said on stage: “I discovered an ice princess with us here today.”
Joy Kelly: “Absolutely, my daughter. You called me at check-in at the airport yesterday and said, “Lily couldn’t play (…) today. She’s a fan of ‘Tabaluga’ like all the kids.” Mafe then addressed Lily: “Invasion! Would you like to sing a song with us?”
The 15-year-old entered the stage with great shame, but her reluctance to be on stage vanished. Your voice: Angelique. The audience was amazed – and very impressed. Lily’s voice mesmerized the audience.
Maffee praised the impressive performance: “Lily, thank you very much. It was an experience and I hope we do it together more often. Yes?” Lily, again very shy, only managed to say less. ” very very happy “.
But her father was even more proud: “Lily is hardworking and disciplined. He doesn’t have to act like I used to. And so, if that’s your calling, I’ll support it. In the autumn of next year, she will go on tour with the Kelly family. As parents, we are very proud of it and my siblings are also happy.”
And perhaps there’s a long-term collaboration between Mafe and the next Kelly generation: as Joey Kelly told Peter Mafe on stage: “I need a mentor.”
Maffay: “I’m happy to be available, but I’m not sure I can really do it if you put hope in me.”
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