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Lukas Podolski will be the new Bohlin and he wants to be fair

Lukas Podolski will be the new Bohlin and he wants to be fair

Lukas Podolsky 2020 with the Turkish football club Antalyaspor. Now there is a conversion to RTL.

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Lukas Podolski follows in the footsteps of Dieter Bohlen: he will sit on the jury’s desk in the fifteenth season of “Das Supertalent”: “You can’t always make everyone happy.” He always wants to be honest and fair.

What a change: Lukas Podolski joins the jury of the RTL program “Das Supertalent”. The private radio said on Tuesday that the 36-year-old had “signed for several years”. The former Bayern Munich player will participate next season.

“I grew up with her. You watch it with the kids, Podolsky said of the show. “You definitely need a little start-up time. But that’s not a problem.” He was impressed by the continuous new achievements of the candidates. “I always wonder how much talent people can have? But there are always new surprises.” His motto as a juror is, “In the end, you have to be honest.” “You can’t always please everyone,” Boldy said. “One must also be able to criticize, but in a fair way.”

Nobody can do it better than Bohlin

Most of all, Podolsky looks forward to the show’s moments with the kids on stage. “I am a person who loves to be with children. I’m just looking forward to having children.” The former national player found words of praise about his predecessor on the jury Dieter Bohlen: “Dieter Bohlen comes from a completely different direction than mine. You can’t compare it either. Podolsky said.

“I think what he has achieved here over the past few years has been great. No one else will stick to it and no one will be able to do it better. So I don’t want to compare myself to him either, but now it’s going in a different direction. There are new people at the desk.”

In March of this year, RTL announced that it would not only remaster the classic “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” (“DSDS”), but also “Das Supertalent”. Permanent juror Dieter Bohlen flew out of both shows. RTL Managing Director Henning Tewes said they wanted to become more family-friendly about the new strategy and promised “campfire moments for young and old, old and young.” The broadcaster plans to announce another name for the new “Supertalent” jury lineup next week.

“Das Supertalent” has been around since 2007. Participants present their talents of all kinds, some of them sing, others acrobat or have other unusual skills. Over the past season, between 2.60 million and 3.0 million were tuned out on Saturday.