SuperStar (Czech and Slovak TV series)

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SuperStar
SuperStar 2013 logo.png
Also known as Česko Slovenská SuperStar
Format Singer search
Created by Simon Fuller
Presented by
Season 1
Leoš Mareš
Adela Banášová
Season 2
Leoš Mareš
Tina
Season 3
Roman Juraško
Zora Kepková
Judges
Season 1
Czech Republic Marta Jandová
Slovakia Dara Rolins
Czech Republic Ondřej Hejma
Slovakia Pavol Habera
Season 2
Czech Republic Gabriela Osvaldová
Czech Republic Helena Zeťová
Slovakia Rytmus
Slovakia Pavol Habera
Season 3
Czech Republic Ondřej Soukup
Czech Republic Ewa Farna
Slovakia Pavol Habera
Country of origin Czech Republic
Slovakia
Broadcast
Original channel TV Nova, Markíza
Original run September 6, 2009 – present
External links
Website

SuperStar[1] (previously known as Česko Slovenská SuperStar) is a joint Czech and Slovak version of the Idol series' Pop Idol. It was merged from Česko hledá SuperStar and Slovensko hľadá SuperStar, which previously had three individual seasons each. The first season premiered in September 2009 with castings held in Prague, Brno, Bratislava and Košice. It is broadcast on TV Nova in the Czech Republic and on Markíza in Slovakia which have also been the broadcast stations for the individual seasons. Also both hosts have been their hosts countries before[clarification needed] as have been three out of the four judges. To legitimate a fair chance for each country's contestants to reach the final, twelve of the contestants will compete split into genders and nationalities in the semifinals, guaranteeing a 50% share for each country in the top 12.

Cast[edit]

Hosts[edit]

  • Leoš Mareš (Česko hledá SuperStar 2006) SuperStar 2009, 2011
  • Adela Banášová (Slovensko hľadá SuperStar 2004-07) SuperStar 2009
  • Tina (premiering Host) SuperStar 2011
  • Roman Juraško (premiering Host) SuperStar 2013
  • Zora Kepková (premiering Host) SuperStar 2013

Judges[edit]

  • Ondřej Hejma (Česko hledá SuperStar 2004-06), musician
  • Marta Jandová (premiering Judge), lead singer of the band Die Happy
  • Pavol Habera (Slovensko hľadá SuperStar 2004-07), producer, singer
  • Dara Rolins (Slovensko hľadá SuperStar 2007), singer
  • Gabriela Osvaldová (Česko hledá SuperStar 2004-05), musician
  • Helena Zeťová (premiering Judge), singer
  • Ondřej Soukup (Česko hledá SuperStar 2004-05), musician
  • Ewa Farna (premiering Judge), singer

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2009[edit]

Twelve contestants made it to the finals. TOP 12 consists of 3 Slovak boys, 3 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 3 Czech girls. The first single recorded by TOP 12 is called "Příběh Nekončí / Príbeh Nekončí" (The Story Doesn't End) and it was composed by judge Pavol Habera (music) and slovak poem writer Daniel Hevier. Every final night has its theme. Audience can vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ends during result show day after. There were double eliminations in first two final rounds while only one contestant is being eliminated once the candidates got reduced to TOP 8. All gender and nationality quotas are abolished in the finals.

Elimination chart[edit]

Legend
Female Male Top 24 Top 12 Winner
Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated
Stage: Semi Finals Finals
Week: 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7 12/14 12/20
Place Contestant Result
1 Czech Republic Martin Chodúr Winner
2 Slovakia Miroslav Šmajda Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Runner-up
3 Slovakia Dominika Stará Elim
4 Czech Republic Jan Bendig Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
5 Czech Republic Monika Bagárová Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Elim
6 Slovakia Denis Lacho Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
7 Czech Republic Ben Cristovao Elim
8 Czech Republic Leona Šenková Elim
9-10 Czech Republic Markéta Konvičková Elim
Slovakia Paulína Ištvancová Bottom 3 Elim
11-12 Slovakia Thomas Puskailer Elim
Slovakia Nikoleta Balogová Elim
Semi-
Final 3
Czech Republic Aneta Galisová Elim
Slovakia Marek Lacko
Czech Republic Leo Machala
Slovakia Karolína Majerníková
Semi-
Final 2
Slovakia René Bošeľa Elim
Czech Republic Adriana Kopecká
Czech Republic Ahmad Hedar
Slovakia Lucia Lancošová
Semi-
Final 1
Czech Republic Debbi Elim
Slovakia Ján Ločaj
Slovakia Dominika Maščuchová
Czech Republic Lukáš Michna

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2011[edit]

Twelve contestants made it to the finals. TOP 12 consists of 3 Slovak boys, 3 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 3 Czech girls. The first single recorded by TOP 12 is called "Nevzdávám" (Ain't Giving Up) and it was composed by judge Pavol Habera (music) and slovak poem writer Daniel Hevier. Every final night has its theme. Audience can vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ends during result show day after. There were double eliminations in first two final rounds while only one contestant is being eliminated once the candidates got reduced to TOP 8. All gender and nationality quotas are abolished in the finals.

Elimination chart[edit]

Legend
Female Male Top 24 Top 12 Winner
Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated
Stage: Semi Finals Finals
Week: 3/21 3/28 4/4 4/11 4/18 4/25 5/2 5/9 5/16 5/23 5/30 6/5
Place Contestant Result
1 Slovakia Lukáš Adamec Winner
2 Czech Republic Gabriela Gunčíková Runner-up
3 Czech Republic Michal Šeps Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
4 Slovakia Martin Harich Saved Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
5 Czech Republic Petr Ševčík Bottom 3 Elim
6-7 Czech Republic Martin Kurc Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
Czech Republic Alžběta Kolečkáŕová Elim
8 Slovakia Simona Fecková Bottom 3 Elim
9-10 Slovakia Matej Piňák Elim
Slovakia Celeste Buckingham Elim
11-12 Czech Republic Monika Povýšilová Elim
Slovakia Klaudia Pappová Elim
Semi-
Final 3
Czech Republic Aneta Salačová Elim
Slovakia Jerguš Oravec
Czech Republic Noah Scott Ellenwood
Slovakia Alexandra Vokáliková
Semi-
Final 2
Slovakia Lukáš Ondruš Elim
Czech Republic Sára Milfajtová
Czech Republic Tomáš Jurenka
Slovakia Dorota Dragulová
Semi-
Final 1
Czech Republic Jana Karasová Elim
Slovakia Marcel Dragúň
Slovakia Petra Huliaková
Czech Republic Jan Ráček

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2013[edit]

Season 3 will start on Czech TV Nova and slovak TV Markíza in early 2013. The Judges will be czech/polish singer Ewa Farna, Ondřej Soukup and slovak singer Paľo Habera. Moderators are Zorka Kepková and Roman Juraško. Twelve contestants made it to the finals. TOP 12 consists of 2 Slovak boys, 4 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 3 Czech girls. The first single recorded by TOP 12 is called "Při tobě stát / Pri tebe stáť" (When you become ). Every final night has its theme. Audience can vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ends during result show on the same day.

Elimination chart[edit]

Legend
Female Male Top 16 Top 12 Winner
Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated
Stage: Semi-Finals Finals
Week: 3/17 3/24 3/31 4/7 4/14 4/21 4/28 5/5 5/12 5/19 5/26 6/2
Place Contestant Result
1 Czech Republic Sabina Křováková Top 12 Bottom 3 Winner
2 Slovakia Štefan Pčelár Top 12 Top 3 Bottom 3 Runner-up
3 Czech Republic Adam Kukačka Top 12 Top 3 Bottom 2 Elim
4 Czech Republic Martin Šafařík Top 12 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
5 Czech Republic Veronika Stýblová Top 12 Top 3 Elim
6 Slovakia Tereza Mandzáková Top 12 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
7 Slovakia Kristína Debnárová Top 12 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
8 Czech Republic Jaroslav Smejkal Top 12 Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
9 Slovakia Virgínia Buberníková Top 12 Bottom 2 Elim
10 Czech Republic Daniel Šmidák Top 12 Elim
11 Slovakia Karol Komenda Top 12 Bottom 2 Elim
12 Czech Republic Natálie Kubištová Top 12 Elim
Semi-
Final
Czech Republic Karolína Vrbová Elim
Slovakia Mário Bendík
Slovakia Ladislava Maníčková
Czech Republic Jan Zamec

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SuperStar". TV Nova. Retrieved April 29, 2013. 

External links[edit]