Popstars – Du bist mein Traum

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Popstars - Du bist mein Traum
Created by Jonathan Dowling
Starring No Angels
Detlef "D!" Soost
Bro'Sis
Country of origin Germany
No. of episodes 30
Production
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 60 min.
Distributor Tresor TV
Broadcast
Picture format PAL
Original run September 11, 2001 – December 23, 2001
Chronology
Preceded by Popstars (Season 1)
Followed by Popstars - Das Duell
External links
Website

In summer 2001 the German version of Popstars returned with a second installment of the series, this time searching for a mixed-gender musical R&B group. More than 11,000 hopeful singers attended open television auditions in Frankfurt, Cologne, Berlin, Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Munich, conducted by choreographer Detlef "D!" Soost, producer Alex Christensen, and singer and radio host Noah Sow. Over the course of several recalls and re-recalls the three judges and vocal coach Artemis Gounaki reduced the contestants to a group of 32 who immediately travelled to Ibiza, Spain to get trained in singing, dancing, and fitness. In the end three females and five males remained who again moved into a loft in Munich to start working on their performance and publicity skills.

During a special episode on 11 November 2001, judges Soost and Christensen eventually disclosed that Ross Antony, Hila Bronstein, Shaham Joyce, Faiz-Kevin Mangat, Verena "Indira" Weis, and Giovanni Zarrella were chosen to become part of the multicultural group Bro'Sis.

"Bandhaus" Contestant Elimination broadcast on
Ross Antony 11 November 2001
Hila Bronstein
Shaham Joyce
Faiz-Kevin Mangat
Verena "Indira" Weis
Giovanni Zarrella
Darja 4 November 2001
David
     The contestant became part of the winning band Bro'Sis.
     The contestant made it to the final eight.

Title translation: You Are My Dream
Winning band: Bro'Sis
Judges: Alex Christensen, Detlef Soost, Noah Sow
Coaches: Artemis Gounaki (singing), D. Soost (dancing)

Television ratings[edit]

Germany[1]

Episode from 3 years 14- to 49-year-old
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(in millions)
Share
(in %)
Viewers
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Series 1,71

References[edit]

  1. ^ "German television ratings". Quotenmeter.de. Retrieved 2009-03-28. 

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