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Status: 03/12/10 7:30 p.m.

The grand finale is just around the corner. One hour before the start of the show, Lena Meyer-Landrut gave us a brief insight into her emotional life.

Eurovision.de: Lena, how are you doing so shortly before the final?

Lena: A little tense, a little too much. I am really nervous. But not afraid. Actually, you can't lose tonight. If you win, you shoot the video after the show, if you lose, you have an after-show party. Actually both very good options.

Eurovision.de: Have you prepared yourself especially for today?

Lena: Not really. I have learned lyrics, learned melodies, learned songs, there is not enough time for more.

Eurovision.de: Today there is a 50:50 chance. Oslo is halfway for you, so to speak. Do you ever think of what it would be like to sing in front of 120 million TV viewers on the Eurovision Song Contest stage in May?

Lena: To be honest, I'm not even thinking about it yet. I am now concentrating on the show today, because that already takes up so many thoughts, there is not that much space left for Oslo. And then it's Oslo's turn if you really go to Oslo.

Eurovision.de: Briefly describe your impressions of the entire time that you spent with "Our Star for Oslo"?

Lena: It is a time that I will remember for a lifetime. So many experiences have been made, so many new experiences have been made.

Eurovision.de: What's next now? Are you coming home someday?

Lena: So not until next week. Until then, the schedule is extremely full. And I hope I can do it with my A-levels.