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Muska Babitzin ja Hannu ”Hande” Salakka aikovat naimisiin – seurustelua takana liki 50 vuotta

Pari rakastui bänditreeneissä vuonna 1971. Laulaja Muska Babitzin, 67, ja hänen kitaristipuolisonsa Hannu ”Hande” Salakka aikovat mennä tänä kesänä naimisiin. Tarkkaa päivämäärää he eivät paljasta, mutta maistraatti on jo varattu.
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