Jasmijn's entrance is a sight to behold, dressed in a long, classy red dress that accentuates her curves, with her hair styled in a fancy twenties updo. As a true diva, Jasmijn confidently strolls to the vintage microphone stand and begins to sing 'I don't want to set the world on fire' by "the Ink Spots".
Tobit watches from a distance, captivated by her beauty and talent. But this scene takes an unexpected turn as Tobit and Jasmijn surprise and entertain the crowd, turning it into a hot date where they treat each other with a warm bite of fire. The two of them make eating fire seem like the most romantic thing to do on a first date.
It's an act that defies expectations, with Tobit and Jasmijn's chemistry and humor making the audience feel like they're in on the joke.
This scene may have started like something out of an old Hollywood movie, but it quickly becomes a unique and unforgettable experience, with Tobit and Jasmijn showcasing their skill and creativity in a way that leaves the audience wanting more.