Davy Gilles, Flanders is mainly know as one third of The Romeo’s and the other half of the duo of Davy & Sasha, for the first time with his entire family to be seen in Greetings From. Both his daughter Sam and son Maxime from previous relationships, as his children, with his wife, Sasha, Beau and Noa, to be together with him back to 1988 catapulted. The year in which George Bush Sr. the keys of the White House, the aids epidemic wild around stores and everyone is crazy about at the Hennie Huismans soundmixshow. But, above all, also the year that dad 12. Nostalgiehit Greetings From missed his start last week, more than a million viewers (1.024.519, live+5), good for 43,7% of the market share (VVA 18-54), saw the return of the family Wauters to 1979.
1988 to Davy the year in which his father with a glitzy Toyota Celica rondscheurde, a sporty coupé with flashy headlights, sportvelgen and mud flaps included. According to Maxime, however, it is not more than “an old rustbucket”. After some creative gestapel in the rear is the family Gilles ready to leave in the direction of the eighties. That’s what they do on the visual sugary treats worthy show of one hit wonder Glenn Meideiros. The Hawaiiaan had in 1988 with Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love For You the tegelplakker of the year to tackle. But what sings the man now right? Davy knows it still does not.
Davy and Sasha Rosen are upside down of the stream of memories that comes up in the discovery of their ’80s-house. The old barbie dolls do Sasha even a tear from my eye. Also the children get a lot to know about their dad. So slept Davy in 1988 under a duvet of George Michael and there were only posters of men in his room. “But I’m definitely for the women. I have already proven?”, he laughs.