Michelle Imhoff and Sarena Bouchard
Deutschland Represents Den Superstar Enters Final Round! In 2023 the twentieth and final season of the legendary German talent show will be broadcast. For Darnier, RTL has brought pop titan Dieter Bohlen (68), who has already been cut, back on board, and celebrity star Florian Silberezen (40), set for this year’s season, will be employed in other TV formats in the future. The announcement of the abolition of coordination was met with great enthusiasm by the stars of the Swiss “DSDS”.
“A logical step is that the format should end in twenty years,” says 2012 ‘DSDS’ winner, Luca Hänni (27), when asked by Blick. However, he is impressed that the show lasted so long. “Hats off! When I heard that this season is 20, I don’t feel any younger,” he joked. On the last lap, expect a huge fireworks display that will really set things back up again. “I will definitely check it out.”
For the last season: Dieter Bohlen returns to the DSDS(00:54)
Chanel Werch found out about her withdrawal plans
Ex-Bachelorette Chanelle Wyrsch (26) was a participant in Season 14 in 2017. She wasn’t surprised by the show’s ending either. “I knew for a long time that this was going to happen. It has been talked about for years.” It’s a very good and interesting format for musicians, but “like many others, it’s always the same and boring after so many years.” It was exciting for her at first to witness the rise from acting to the live performances of the various nominees, “but not anymore because the same stories keep happening.”
Tina Ambrecht (23 years old) was there this year. “I think it’s a shame for my fellow activists and me that we couldn’t prove our talent to the pop giant,” says the eighth place winner. This year’s jury included superstar Florian Silberian, Dutch singer Elsie Delange (45) and successful music producer Toby Gad (54).
I was surprised by the news of Bohlin’s return. She didn’t think RTL would pick Pop-Titan again after being fired.
“This show through”
Chanel Werch is happy to have Bohlen back, but she doesn’t think it will help the look. “With or without Dieter, this show is over and it will no longer be seen,” Werch says. In her opinion, without him, the show “would make absolutely no sense.”
Luca Haney somehow doubted that. “It’s part of it, it had to happen this way,” he says. He is grateful to him and all the officials that he was able to be there in the ninth season in 2012 and win the competition. “I was really young, only 16 years old. I discovered my passion for music in ‘DSDS'”. “I owe the show a lot.”
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