Kerem Bürsin melts in front of a Spanish fan who sings his tweets

Kerem Bürsin melts in front of a Spanish fan who sings his tweets

Following the general trend of Turkish soap opera stars, Kerem Bürsin doesn't make much of an appearance on social networks, much to the dismay of his many fans around the world. Since the breakup of his mediatic relationship with Hande Erçel, he is even less visible on his Instagram wall, where he has not posted anything since he shared a selfie with his admired Antonio Banderas, on the occasion of his recent visit to the Malaga Film Festival. 

He does drop something more often in his stories, where not long ago he made a fiery and environmentalist defense of olive trees in his country. Now, however, he has surprised us in a more emotional way, sharing a video of a Spanish singer, June Calsor. The reason? This young artist has had the curious idea of putting music to several of the Twitter posts of the protagonist of 'Love is in the air.

June started playing piano and flute at the age of seven and after being part of different orchestras and choirs, the Basque creator began writing her own songs before recording her first demo in Denmark. Now she has already performed in such emblematic places as the Guggenheim Museum while remaining faithful to her acoustic style. "There is also positivity in social media and the tweets of @thebursin are an example of it, so why not make a song with his Tweets to spread that positivity? I hope that the song makes you feel the same good energy and that you share it with everyone you want!! ✨ LET'S GO!! ", wrote the San Sebastian native on her Instagram account, where she has also performed the songs from the soundtrack of the Telecinco series.

"I love this!", was the message with which the actor, for his part, showed June's song to his more than ten million followers. The publications that the Basque singer and songwriter chose to elaborate this piece are some of Kerem Bürsin's most inspiring phrases, such as "don't wait for the perfect moment, take the moment and make it perfect" or "everyone talks, but not everyone carries it out". The Istanbul performer, however, has sometimes used his social networks for more than just Mr. Wonderful-worthy phrases. From his Twitter account, he has raised his voice to criticize machismo and patriarchy, to show solidarity with the Palestinian people or to denounce at the time the people who did not wear masks in Turkish cafes, which earned him a wave of criticism in his country.

On the other hand, the actor's ex, Hande Erçel, seems to have confirmed the rumors that spoke of her new sentimental relationship with another soap opera star, Kaan Yıldırım. If first photographers 'caught' the two of them leaving a nightclub in Istanbul, now the two of them have enjoyed a fleeting getaway to London. Upon her return to Turkey, the actress has responded to the media with a brief "I'm very well, everything is fine", which in her country has been interpreted as the confirmation of their romance.

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