Sandhja told MTV3 at ELLE Style Awards that the Eurovision hangover is finally over and she feels sober again, full of energy, inspiration and new plans. Finnish media didn't exactly treat her nicely after the semifinal, and some ever before Stockholm to be honest. She deserved fair game and didn't get it. It has taken awhile, five months to be exact, but she thinks her trip to Stockholm was very useful and she learned a lot about music business for example, how everything works for real.
"Eurovision song contest it self is a huge machine. One always thinks the artist is the main thing but there are so many things behind it. I think the people who are involved in it all the time have a hard time. Changing from a nobody to a worldstar in a moment and for a moment can be hard to anyone"
"Krista has helped me a lot how to deal with it all. Especially what happens after Eurovision. She's been such a support. Our talks got really deep at times".
Sandhja won't take part in Eurovsion in the future again.
"I don't see it would bring me anything more. I'm happy and grateful I had the opportunity to represant Finland but now it's time to do my own kind of music and my own stuff"