Deutschland sucht den Superstar (season 10)

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Deutschland sucht den Superstar
Season 10
Broadcast from5 January –

11 May 2013
JudgesDieter Bohlen
Bill Kaulitz
Tom Kaulitz
Mateo Jaschik
Andrea Berg (Live Show 7)
BroadcasterRTL
Winner
Beatrice Egli
Beatrice Egli OF13.jpg
OriginPfäffikon, Switzerland
Song"Mein Herz"
Genre(s)Schlager music
Runner-up
Lisa Wohlgemuth
Chronology

Deutschland sucht den Superstar (season 10) was the tenth season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar. The winner gets a recording contract with Universal Music Group and €500 000. There were new features in season 10. Participants had to be between 16 and 30 years old and could audition in 30 cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Bill and Tom Kaulitz from Tokio Hotel and Mateo from Culcha Candela became judges. Bruce Darnell and Natalie Horler both left after the completion of season 9. There was a trip to Curaçao during the recall. This is the first season in which three women reached the final four and the second season with a female final 2. After nine years, the show produced a female winner, since Elli Erl in Season 2. Beatrice Egli won the show as the second female winner.

Production[edit]

Production of season 10 started on 24 August 2012.[1] There was a trip to Curaçao.[2] Participants had to be between 16 and 30 years.[1] They had the opportunity to stop by without an appointment to audition.[1] RTL promised "many new features and a few surprises."[1] Auditions were held in 30 cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.[1] The 30 cities are Bern, Zurich, Freiburg, Friedrichshafen, Stuttgart, Mannheim, Saarbrücken, Munich, Vienna, Vösendorf, Salzburg, Regensburg, Erlangen, Freiberg, Hamburg, Hanover, Bremen, Bremerhaven, Fehmarn, Rostock, Cologne, Dortmund, Koblenz, Göttingen, Paderborn, Berlin, Frankfurt, Jena, Magdeburg and Mönchengladbach.[1]

Bruce Darnell and Natalie Horler both left the show after season 9 and were replaced by Bill and Tom Kaulitz and Culcha Candela.[3]

The Jury and Host[edit]

Dieter Bohlen was born on 7 February 1954 in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony.[4] Bohlen has been a judge on DSDS since season 1.[4] Bohlen got his first job as a composer and producer in 1979.[4] Bohlen is now the most successful German composer and producer.[4] Bohlen and Thomas Anders, as members of Modern Talking, is the only German act, with five titles in a row at No. 1 on the singles chart.[4]

Bill Kaulitz was born on 1 September 1989 in Leipzig, East Germany.[5] Bill Kaulitz is a member of Tokio Hotel.[6] Season 10 was his first season as a jury member.[3]

Tom Kaulitz is a member of Tokio Hotel.[6] Season 10 was his first season as a jury member.[3]

Mateo from Culcha Candela is one of the new jury members for season 10.[3]

Auditions[edit]

Auditions were held in 30 cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.[1] 32 078 people participated in the auditions.[7] This is down from 35 401 participants from season 9.[8]

Recall[edit]

The jury chose 36 participants to go to Curaçao.[2] The jury selected the 20 participants for the liveshows.[2] The jury selected eight participants who go directly to the mottoshows and six participants were chosen by the viewers in the first liveshow.[2]

Mottoshows[edit]

[9]

"Top 10 - Mein Superstar" (My Pop Idol)[edit]

Original Airdate: 16 March 2013
  • Result for the ninth and tenth place
Constant Percentage of calls
Lisa Wohlgemuth 27.6%
Simone Mangiapane 22.1%
Fairuz Fussi 18.5%
Björn Bussler 17.1%
Talina Domeyer 10.4%
Sarah Joelle Jahnel 4.3%
  • Normal voting
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Susan Albers All by Myself (Celine Dion) 14.19% (2/10)
Timo Tiggeler Viva la Vida (Coldplay) 3.67% (9/10)
Beatrice Egli Ich liebe das Leben (Vicky Leandros) 24.15% (1/10)
Maurice Glover Whistle (Flo Rida) 4.62% (8/10)
Erwin Kintop Next to You (Chris Brown feat. Justin Bieber) 6.50% (7/10)
Nora Ferjani Back to Black (Amy Winehouse) 2.58% (10/10)
Ricardo Bielecki Your Song (Elton John) 9.60% (5/10)
Tim David Weller Here without You (3 Doors Down) 11.87% (4/10)
Lisa Wohlgemuth I'm Like a Bird (Nelly Furtado) 13.37% (3/10)
Simone Mangiapane End of the Road (Boyz II Men) 9.45% (6/10)
  • Group Song: "What a Feeling"
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Nora Ferjani, Timo Tiggeler (B. Kaulitz), Timo Tiggeler, Erwin Kintop (T. Kaulitz), - (Bohlen, Mateo)
  • Jury Favourite Performance: Susan Albers, Ricardo Bielecki (Bohlen), - (T. Kaulitz, Mateo, B. Kaulitz)
  • Bottom 2: Maurice Glover, Nora Ferjani
  • Eliminated: Nora Ferjani

"Top 9 - Liebe Ist" (Love is)[edit]

Original Airdate: 23 March 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Maurice Glover Love's Divine (Seal) 4.51% (9/9)
Lisa Wohlgemuth Don't Know Why (Norah Jones) 15.26% (2/9)
Erwin Kintop I Won't Let You Go (James Morrison) 8.25% (5/9)
Susan Albers Open Arms (Mariah Carey) 11.04% (4/9)
Timo Tiggeler Let Her Go (Passenger) 4.67% (8/9)
Simone Mangiapane Se bastasse una canzone (Eros Ramazzotti) 7.44% (7/9)
Tim David Weller When Susannah Cries (Espen Lind) 7.76% (6/9)
Beatrice Egli Ich will immer wieder dieses Fieber spür'n (Helene Fischer) 26.43% (1/9)
Ricardo Bielecki Impossible (James Arthur) 14.64% (3/9)
  • Group Song: "Scream & Shout"
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Tim David Weller (Mateo & Tom), Maurice Glover (Bill), Timo Tiggeler (Mateo)
  • Jury Favourite Performance:
  • Bottom 3: Maurice Glover, Tim David Weller, Timo Tiggeler
  • Eliminated: Maurice Glover

"Top 8 - Let's Party"[edit]

Original Airdate: 30 March 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Simone Mangiapane You Can't Hurry Love (Phil Collins) 5.01% (7/8)
Tim David Weller Balada (Gusttavo Lima) 7.64% (6/8)
Ricardo Bielecki Don't You Worry Child (Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin) 10.83% (4/8)
Beatrice Egli Du hast mich tausend Mal belogen (Andrea Berg) 33.06% (1/8)
Timo Tiggeler Viva Colonia (Höhner) 4.46% (8/8)
Lisa Wohlgemuth I Follow Rivers (Lykke Li) 16.61% (2/8)
Erwin Kintop DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love (Usher) 9.24% (5/8)
Susan Albers She Wolf (Falling to Pieces) (David Guetta feat. Sia) 13.15% (3/8)
  • Group Song: Medley: "Don't Stop the Party", "Feel This Moment"
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Timo Tiggeler or Erwin Kintop (Dieter)
  • Jury Favourite Performance: Susan (Mateo); Beatrice, Ricardo, Simone (Tom); Beatrice, Simone, Ricardo (Bill); Beatrice, Lisa, Susan (Dieter)
  • Bottom 4: Erwin Kintop, Simone Mangiapane, Timo Tiggeler, Lisa Wohlgemuth
  • Eliminated: Timo Tiggeler

"Top 7 - Typisch Deutsch" (Typically German)[edit]

Original Airdate: 6 April 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Tim David Weller Tage wie diese (Die Toten Hosen) 6.51% (6/7)
Ricardo Bielecki Sie sieht mich nicht (Xavier Naidoo) 11.80% (4/7)
Beatrice Egli Küss mich, halt mich, lieb mich (Ella Endlich) 29.67% (1/7)
Lisa Wohlgemuth Elektrisches Gefühl (Juli) 14.90% (3/7)
Erwin Kintop Engel (Ben) 19.64% (2/7)
Susan Albers Männer (Herbert Grönemeyer) 11.72% (5/7)
Simone Mangiapane Bilder von dir (Laith Al-Deen) 5.76% (7/7)
  • Group Song: Medley: "Lila Wolken", "Ein Stern (...der deinen Namen trägt)"
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Simone Mangiapane (Dieter), Erwin Kintop (Bill, Tom & Mateo)
  • Jury Favourite Performance:
  • Bottom 2: Simone Mangiapane & Ricardo Bielecki
  • Eliminated: Simone Mangiapane

"Top 6 - Solo & Duets"[edit]

Original Airdate: 13 April 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Susan Albers All the Time (DJane HouseKat ft. Rameez)
Tim David Weller
Erwin Kintop Stay (Rihanna)
Lisa Wohlgemuth
Ricardo Bielecki Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now (Starship)
Beatrice Egli
Tim David Weller Lasse redn (Die Ärzte) 6.94% (6/6)
Susan Albers Respect (Aretha Franklin) 12.20% (4/6)
Erwin Kintop Troublemaker (Olly Murs) 11.40% (5/6)
Lisa Wohlgemuth Lights (Ellie Goulding) 12.69% (3/6)
Ricardo Bielecki Und wenn ein Lied (Söhne Mannheims) 29.20% (1/6)
Beatrice Egli Eine neue Liebe ist wie ein neues Leben (Jürgen Marcus) 27.57% (2/6)
  • Group Song: None
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Tim David Weller
  • Bottom 2: Susan Albers & Tim David Weller
  • Eliminated: Tim David Weller

"Top 5 - German vs English"[edit]

Original Airdate: 20 April 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Beatrice Egli Du fängst mich auf und lässt mich fliegen (Helene Fischer) 36.89% (1/5)
No No Never (Texas Lightning)
Ricardo Bielecki Über sieben Brücken mußt du gehn (Peter Maffay) 17.95% (2/5)
Mirrors (Justin Timberlake)
Lisa Wohlgemuth Morgens immer müde (Laing) 14.59% (4/5)
Just Like a Pill (P!nk)
Erwin Kintop Lieber Gott (Marlon & Freunde) 13.83% (5/5)
Baby (Justin Bieber)
Susan Albers Tausend Tränen tief (Blumfeld) 16.74% (3/5)
My Heart Is Refusing Me (Loreen)
  • Group Song: None
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Erwin Kintop & Susan Albers
  • Bottom 2: Erwin Kintop & Lisa Wohlgemuth
  • Eliminated: Erwin Kintop

"Top 4 - Candidates' Choice"[edit]

Original Airdate: 27 April 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Susan Albers Raise Your Glass (P!nk) 11.92% (4/4)
Halo (Beyoncé Knowles)
Lisa Wohlgemuth Baby When the Light (David Guetta feat. Cozi) 24.51% (3/4)
Angel (Sarah McLachlan)
Beatrice Egli Phänomen (Helene Fischer) 35.66% (1/4)
Du kannst noch nicht mal richtig lügen (Andrea Berg)
Ricardo Bielecki Shape of My Heart (Sting) 27.91% (2/4)
Careless Whisper (George Michael)
  • Group Song: "I Love It"
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Lisa Wohlgemuth
  • Bottom 2: Lisa Wohlgemuth & Susan Albers
  • Eliminated: Susan Albers

"Top 3 - Semi-Final"[edit]

Original Airdate: 4 May 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Ricardo Bielecki Chasing the Sun (The Wanted) 22.85% (3/3)
I Want to Know What Love Is (Mariah Carey)
Stark (Ich + Ich)
Lisa Wohlgemuth Heaven (Bryan Adams) 23.45% (2/3)
Fallschirm (MIA.)
Get Shaky (The Ian Carey Project)
Beatrice Egli Die Hölle morgen früh (Helene Fischer) 53.70% (1/3)
Ich lebe (Christina Stürmer)
Die Gefühle haben Schweigepflicht (Andrea Berg)
  • Group Song: None
  • Jury Elimination Forecast: Lisa Wohlgemuth
  • Bottom 2: Ricardo Bielecki & Lisa Wohlgemuth
  • Eliminated: Ricardo Bielecki

"Top 2 - Final"[edit]

Original Airdate: 11 May 2013
Contestants Song (Artist) Percentage of calls Result
Lisa Wohlgemuth Someone Like You (Adele) 29.75% (2/2) Runner-up
Elektrisches Gefühl (Juli)
Heartbreaker
Beatrice Egli Und morgen früh küss ich dich wach (Helene Fischer) 70.25% (1/2) Winner
Ich liebe das Leben (Vicky Leandros)
Mein Herz

Elimination Chart[edit]

Legend
Female Male Top 14 Top 10 Winner
Safe Most votes Safe First Safe Last Eliminated
Stage: Finals
Week: 3/16 3/23 3/30 4/6 4/13 4/20 4/27 5/4 5/11
Place Contestant Result
1 Beatrice Egli N/A 1st
24.15%
1st
26.43%
1st
33.06%
1st
29.67%
2nd
27.57%
1st
36.89%
1st
35.66%
1st
53.70%
Winner
70.25%
2 Lisa Wohlgemuth 1st
27.6%
3rd
13.37%
2nd
15.26%
2nd
16.61%
3rd
14.90%
3rd
12.69%
4th
14.59%
3rd
24.51%
2nd
23.45%
Runner-Up
29.75%
3 Ricardo Bielecki N/A 5th
9.60%
3rd
14.64%
4th
10.83%
4th
11.80%
1st
29.20%
2nd
17.95%
2nd
27.91%
3rd
22.85%
4 Susan Albers N/A 2nd
14.19%
4th
11.04%
3rd
13.15%
5th
11.72%
4th
12.20%
3rd
16.74%
4th
11.92%
5 Erwin Kintop N/A 7th
6.50%
5th
8.25%
5th
9.24%
2nd
19.64%
5th
11.40%
5th
13.83%
6 Tim David Weller N/A 4th
11.87%
6th
7.76%
6th
7.64%
6th
6.51%
6th
6.94%
7 Simone Mangiapane 2nd
22.1%
6th
9.45%
7th
7.44%
7th
5.01%
7th
5.76%
8 Timo Tiggeler N/A 9th
3.67%
8th
4.67%
8th
4.46%
9 Maurice Glover N/A 8th
4.62%
9th
4.51%
10 Nora Ferjani N/A 10th
2.58%
11-14 Fairuz Fussi 3rd
18.5%
Björn Bussler 4th
17.1%
Talina Domeyer 5th
10.4%
Sarah Joelle Jahnel 6th
4.3%
  • On March 16 the viewers chose the 9th and 10th candidate for the Top 10.

Top 10 candidates[edit]

Beatrice Egli[edit]

Beatrice Egli was born on 21 June 1988 in Pfäffikon, Switzerland. She actually just sings the German Schlager. She reached the final and making her the first schlager singer in the DSDS final. She won the show as the second female contestant. She's the second winner from Switzerland. Her victory is the second Swiss victory in a row after Luca Hänni in 2012. As the winner, she received a recording contract with Universal Music Group and €500,000.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Ich liebe das Leben" (Vicky Leandros) 24.15% (1/10)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Ich will immer wieder dieses Fieber spür'n" (Helene Fischer) 26.43% (1/9)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"Du hast mich tausend Mal belogen" (Andrea Berg) 33.06% (1/8)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
"Küss mich, halt mich, lieb mich" (Elle Endlich) 29.67% (1/7)
Top 6
(13 April 2013)
"Eine neue Liebe ist wie ein neues Leben" (Jürgen Marcus) 27.57% (2/6)
"Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (Starship) (duet with Ricardo Bielecki)
Top 5
(20 April 2013)
"Du fängst mich auf und lässt mich fliegen" (Helene Fischer) 36.89% (1/5)
"No No Never" (Texa's Lightning)
Top 4
(27 April 2013)
"Phänomen" (Helene Fischer) 35.66% (1/4)
"Du kannst noch nicht mal richtig lügen" (Andrea Berg)
Top 3
(4 May 2013)
"Die Hölle morgen Früh" (Helene Fischer) 53.70% (1/3)
"Ich Lebe" (Christina Stürmer)
"Die Gefühle haben Schweigepflicht " (Andrea Berg)
Top 2
(11 May 2013)
Und morgen früh küss ich dich wach (Helene Fischer) 70.25% (1/2)
Ich liebe das Leben (Vicky Leandros)
Mein Herz

Lisa Wohlgemuth[edit]

Lisa Wohlgemuth was born on 11 March 1992 in Annaberg-Buchholz. She was voted in the top 10 by the public as the first place. She reached the final with Beatrice. She was beaten by Egli and became the runner-up.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"I'm Like a Bird" (Nelly Furtado)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Don't Know Why" (Norah Jones)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"I Follow Rivers" (Lykke Li)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
"Elektrisches Gefühl" (Juli)
Top 6
(13 April 2013)
"Lights" (Ellie Goulding)
"Stay" (Rihanna) (duet with Erwin Kintop)
Top 5
(20 April 2013)
"Morgens immer Müde" (Laing)
"Just Like a Pill" (Pink)
Top 4
(27 April 2013)
"Angel" (Sarah McLachlan)
"Baby When the Light" (David Guetta ft. Cozi)
Top 3
(4 May 2013)
"Heaven" (Bryan Adams)
"Fallschirm" (MIA.)
"Get Shaky" (The Ian Carey Project)
Top 2
(11 May 2013)
Someone Like You (Adele) 29.75% (2/2)
Elektrisches Gefühl (Juli)
Heartbreaker

Ricardo Bielecki[edit]

Ricardo Bielecki was born on 11 November 1992 in Bochum. He was the male favorite but he was unexpectedly eliminated in the semi-final, finishing in third place. He was the last male contestant.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Your Song" (Elton John)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Impossible" (James Arthur)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"Don't You Worry Child" (Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
"Sie sieht mich nicht" (Xavier Naidoo)
Top 6
(13 April 2013)
"Und wenn ein Lied" (Söhne Mannheims)
"Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (Starship) (duet with Beatrice Egli)
Top 5
(20 April 2013)
"Über sieben Brücken mußt du gehn" (Peter Maffay)
"Mirrors" (Justin Timberlake)
Top 4
(27 April 2013)
"Shape of My Heart" (Sting)
"Careless Whisper" (George Michael)
Top 3
(4 May 2013)
"Chasing the Sun" (The Wanted)
"I Want to Know What Love Is" (Mariah Carey)
"Stark" (Ich + Ich)

Susan Albers[edit]

Susan Albers was born on 29 December 1983 in Rhede. She was stated as the best singer in the competition but sometime as too perfect. She was eliminated at 27 April and finished at the fourth place.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"All by Myself" (Celine Dion)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Open Arms" (Mariah Carey)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)" (David Guetta feat. Sia)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
"Männer" (Herbert Grönemeyer)
Top 6
(13 April 2013)
"Respect" (Aretha Franklin)
"All the Time" (DJane HouseKat ft. Rameez) (duet with Tim David Weller)
Top 5
(20 April 2013)
"Tausend Tränen tief" (Blumfeld)
"My Heart Is Refusing Me" (Loreen)
Top 4
(27 April 2013)
"Raise Your Glass" (P!nk)
"Halo" (Beyoncé Knowles)

Erwin Kintop[edit]

was born on 28 September 1995 in Rastatt. He was eliminated at 20 April and became the fifth place.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Next to You" (Chris Brown feat. Justin Bieber)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"I Won't Let You Go" (James Morrison)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love" (Usher)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
Engel (Ben)
Top 6
(13 April 2013)
"Troublemaker" (Olly Murs)
"Stay" (Rihanna) (duet with Lisa Wohlgemuth)
Top 5
(20 April 2013)
Lieber Gott (Marlon & Freunde)
Baby (Justin Bieber)

Tim David Weller[edit]

Tim David Weller was born on 15 July 1992 in Dillenburg. He was eliminated at 13 April and finished as the sixth place.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Here without You" (3 Doors Down)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"When Susannah Cries" (Espen Lind)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"Balada" (Gusttavo Lima)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
"Tage wie diese" (Die Toten Hosen)
Top 6
(13 April 2013)
"Lasse redn" (Die Ärzte)
"All the Time" (DJane HouseKat ft. Rameez) (duet with Susan Albers)

Simone Mangiapane[edit]

Simone Magiapane was born on 25 April 1985 in Rottenburg. He was voted in the top 10 by the public as the second place. He was eliminated on 6 April and finished at seventh place.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"End of the Road" (Boyz II Men)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Se bastasse una canzone" (Eros Ramazzotti)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
"You Can't Hurry Love" (Phil Collins)
Top 7
(6 April 2013)
Bilder von dir (Laith Al-Deen)

Timo Tiggeler[edit]

Timo Tiggler was born on 16 April 1992 in Nettetal. He became the eighth place on 30 March.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Viva la Vida" (Coldplay)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Let Her Go" (Passenger)
Top 8
(30 March 2013)
Viva Colonia (Höhner)

Maurice Glover[edit]

Maurice Glover was born on 6 October 1986 in Frankenthal. He often was in disput with Nora Ferjani. He was eliminated at 23 March and ended up as the ninth place.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Whistle" (Flo Rida)
Top 9
(23 March 2013)
"Love's Divine" (Seal)

Nora Ferjani[edit]

Nora Ferjani was born on 2 June 1988 in Iserlohn. She was in disput with Maurice Glover. She was eliminated in the first live show on 16 March and finished at the tenth place.

Show
(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 10
(16 March 2013)
"Back to Black" (Amy Winehouse)

Ratings[edit]

Episode Date Viewers Market share Source
Total 14 to 49 years Total 14 to 49 years
Audition 1 5 January 2013 5.18 Mio. 3.21 Mio. 16.8% 27.0% [10]
Audition 2 9 January 2013 4.31 Mio. 2.81 Mio. 12.6% 21.9% [11]
Audition 3 12 January 2013 4.25 Mio. 2.60 Mio. 13.0% 22.8% [12]
Audition 4 16 January 2013 4.05 Mio. 2.43 Mio. 12.8% 20.3% [13]
Audition 5 19 January 2013 4.75 Mio. 2.87 Mio. 14.4% 23.8% [14]
Audition 6 23 January 2013 4.54 Mio. 2.49 Mio. 13.5% 21.7% [15]
Recall 1 26 January 2013 4.25 Mio. 2.80 Mio. 14.1% 22.6% [16]
Recall 2 30 January 2013 4.27 Mio. 2.51 Mio. 12.8% 20.5% [17]
Recall 3 2 February 2013 4.23 Mio. 2.61 Mio. 13.7% 22.7% [18]
Recall 4 9 February 2013 4.05 Mio. 2.49 Mio. 12.7% 22.1% [19]
Recall 5 16 February 2013 3.82 Mio. 2.36 Mio. 12.2% 20.1% [20]
Recall 6 23 February 2013 3.92 Mio. 2.34 Mio. 12.6% 19.8% [21]
Recall 7 2 March 2013 3.74 Mio. 2.33 Mio. 12.3% 21.0% [22]
Recall 8 9 March 2013 3.65 Mio. 2.16 Mio. 12.2% 18.8% [23]
Liveshow 1 16 March 2013 3.69 Mio. 2.26 Mio. 12.1% 20.3% [24]
Liveshow 2 23 March 2013 3.54 Mio. 2.10 Mio. 11.8% 18.5% [25]
Liveshow 3 31 March 2013 3.58 Mio. 1.94 Mio. 12.1% 17.8% [26]
Liveshow 4 6 April 2013 4.43 Mio. 2.58 Mio. 14.1% 22.6% [27]
Liveshow 5 13 April 2013 4.06 Mio. 2.50 Mio. 14.2% 22.9% [28]
Liveshow 6 20 April 2013 3.89 Mio. 2.16 Mio. 13.3% 20.2% [29]
Liveshow 7 27 April 2013 4.44 Mio. 2.30 Mio. 15.0% 21.2% [30]
Semifinal 4 May 2013 3.82 Mio. 2.02 Mio. 12.8% 20.0% [31]
Final 11 May 2013 4.63 Mio. 2.56 Mio. 16.3% 24.4% [32]

Aftermath[edit]

The winner will get a recording contract with Universal Music Group and €500,000.[1][2]

Sources[edit]

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