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English: Lill-Babs and The Beatles took part in the Swedish show Drop-In in 1963. By that time the Swedish singer wrote autographs to the boys that would become the most famous artist in history. Lill-Babs commented the situation with the words: "That wasn't something strange. I was famous then and really big in Germany, and they were completely unknown."
Svenska: 1963 medverkade Lill-Babs och The Beatles i tv-programmet Drop-In. Då fick den svenska sångstjärnan skriva autografer till grabbarna som skulle bli världens största popmusiker. "Det var inget märkligt. Jag var berömd och jättestor i Tyskland då, de var okända", har Lill-Babs sagt.
Date 30 October 1963
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