Cheers as Germany's Eurovision winner Lena returns

 Lena Meyer-Landrut of Germany reacts as she wins the final of the Eurovision Song Contest at the Fornebu Arena in Baerum, just outside Oslo, Norway,

Norway Eurovision Song Contest

Lena Meyer-Landrut of Germany reacts as she wins the final of the Eurovision Song Contest at the Fornebu Arena in Baerum, just outside Oslo, Norway,

 Lena Meyer-Landrut of Germany reacts as she wins the final of the Eurovision Song Contest at the Fornebu Arena in Baerum, just outside Oslo, Norway,

Norway Eurovision Song Contest

Lena Meyer-Landrut of Germany reacts as she wins the final of the Eurovision Song Contest at the Fornebu Arena in Baerum, just outside Oslo, Norway,

 Lena from Germany celebrates after winning the final of the Eurovision Song Contests at the Fornebu Arena in Baerum, near Oslo, Norway on Saturday, M

Norway Eurovision Song Contest

Lena from Germany celebrates after winning the final of the Eurovision Song Contests at the Fornebu Arena in Baerum, near Oslo, Norway on Saturday, M

Thousands of German fans have welcomed 2010 Eurovision Song Contest winner Lena Meyer-Landrut as she arrived at the airport of her hometown of Hannover.
Meyer-Landrut, wearing jeans and flowers in her hair, waved to her fans and told them "you guys are crazy, go inside, it's raining."
The 19-year-old high school student, who won Saturday's song competition with the catchy pop song "Satellite," was also welcomed by Lower Saxony's state governor.
Gov. Christian Wulff kissed her cheeks and called her a role model and a "big asset for our country."
It was Germany's second win in the songfest's 55-year history, and the victory means it will host next year's contest.