Melanie Winiger and her newbie
“They couldn’t keep their hands off each other”
Scary characters and a new couple in love. At Reto Hanselmann’s legendary Halloween party, Melanie Winiger appeared with a new man at her side for the first time. Those present report that they are more than just good friends.
Ex-Miss Switzerland Melanie Winiger with her “good friend” Marc as the “Grease” couple Sandy and Danny. So they appeared at Reto Hanselmann’s Halloween party on October 29th.
Happiness in love at Halloween party. When ex-Miss Switzerland Melanie Winiger (43) walked the red carpet of Reto Hanselmann’s (41) cult event with a new companion on Saturday evening, she introduced him like this: “Marc is a good old friend”. Inside, between disguised celebrities and scary figures, they let their feelings run free, held hands, kissed, as Blick reported. Speculations were quickly dismissed that it could be her son Noel (20), who was also at the party, and some of the guests also suspected this.
Just a good friend? Probably a lot more. “They couldn’t keep their hands off each other,” says one of those present at the party. “Cupid’s arrow seems to have hit both of them, their eyes were very much in love, their love seems to be quite fresh.” For their costumes, they chose the lovers from “Grease”, “my absolute favorite film”, explained Winiger, who thus honored Olivia Newton-John (1948-2022), who played the character Sandy. Marc came as Danny, who is embodied in the music film by John Travolta (68). He was taciturn, even as far as his name was concerned, she made a big secret, simply introduced him as Marc.
It wasn’t just spooky that was celebrated, love was too
In the Zurich Kaufleuten Club, where the party took place, the tingling between them was noticeable. She was there too, Zurich society lady Vera Dillier (age secret). She came alone as a mermaid caught in a net and had a great time. She raves: “All the couples I saw, and there were many, were very warm to each other. I think it’s great that not only the horror, but also love was celebrated that evening.”