The 18th season of the cult casting show “Germany seeks the superstar“promises many innovations. One of them: Poptitan Dieter Bohlen (66) has brought a completely new jury on board. Next to him will be a hit star this year Michael Wendler (48), singer Maite Kelly (40) and the only 20-year-old heartthrob Mike Singer Take a seat. But there are already the first problems in the new jury quartet. While the Wendler doesn’t take punctuality so seriously – or just doesn’t show up at all – The 66-year-old beaming man Dieter could soon go out of laughter with Maite. In an interview with the online magazine “Promiflash” revealed Patricia Kelly (50) now what she thinks about her sister’s job at DSDS.
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Lack of discipline? A horror for Bohlen. In the video you can see how the music producer reacts confidently and with a lot of humor to Michael Wendler’s absence.
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Patricia Kelly thinks Maite’s strong personality could lead to conflict
Dieter Bohlen is a real showman and the star of DSDS. The casting veteran has now but with Maite Kelly a real ramp pig brought to his side – and it has the potential to steal the show from Dieter. According to Sister Patricia, the jury boss and the “love is worth it” interpreter could therefore clash. Both would be strong characters and have a mind of their own. So it will be interesting to see whether the chemistry between Dieter and Maite is right.
Maite Kelly is perfect for the jurors chair, according to Patricia
Basically, the 50-year-old is very happy for her sister. “She will do a good job,” the musician is sure. Her little sister is an absolute professional and therefore the perfect judge. The most important thing for Maite these days is to have a job anyway. Patricia emphasizes to “Promiflash”, the members of the Kelly Family are absolute workhorses and get bored easily. You always need something to do. Therefore, the new juror will definitely have fun with DSDS.
Where Wendler (sometimes more, sometimes less), Laura can’t be far. Could she also become part of DSDS? In the video, Dieter Bohlen speaks plain language.
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