Celebrities Love Finland!

We already know how awesome Finland is: one of world’s best education systems, clean air and nature, one of safest and least corrupt places on earth, and so on. With so many good things it is no wonder that these celebrities fell in love with the country!

Snoop Dogg

“I love Finland, I love people and their energy” exclaimed the US rapper for Rumba. Snoop Dogg has performed in Finland multiple times. In Tampere Blockfest, probably the country’s most popular hip hop festival, he was even wearing the local ice hockey team Ilves’ jersey!

Kat von D

Kat von D is known to have Finnish friends and has been seen when hanging out with Jussi69 and other rockers. She has not only tweeted how she loves Finland, but also featured the country in her Instagram. An eerie sunrise picture of Helsinki was captioned “Good morning Finland!”

Good morning, Finland.

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Scorpions

Scorpions guitarist Rudolf Schenker loves the “crazy” Finnish fans, and especially the lakes: “I love the Finnish lakes! Instead of a dinner after a gig, I ask the driver to get me to a nearby lake. After this I just dive to the cooling and refreshing water, and simply enjoy myself”, he told to Iltamakasiini.

Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher is not only renowned as an actor, but after becoming a father of two, he has contributed greatly to the social welfare. Especially children are close to his heart. Accordingly, no one should have been surprised when he shared in Facebook an article about the state supported baby starter kits, that all the parents receive when getting a baby. Even the caption for the post was enthusiastic: “Finland, you’re awesome!”

This is not the only time he praised Finland. In a Facebook video he recently shared, it was all about how the children in Finland receive free lunches at playgrounds during the summer. At all other times, free meals are offered at the schools, not to mention that they are prepared from scratch. The caption on the post suggested everyone to take example of the Finnishes practices.

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