Bill & Tom Kaulitz @ Deutschland Sucht Den Superstar 2013 – Info Update #43
Today another appointment with DSDS on RTL at 8:15pm [German Time]
But let’s see some new updates, videos and reports of the past days 🙂
On BILD newspaper of January 7, 2013 there was an article about Bill’s hair:
Hardly there’s no DSDS candidate who stands in front of the jury even to tease the DSDS judges – especially the “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” judges Dieter Bohlen and “Tokio Hotel” singer Bill Kaulitz. The unusual style of Bill Kaulitz supplies namely much potential for attack of Poptitan.
The castings of “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” are already in full swing and the first recall candidates are found. On Wednesday, January 9th at 20.15, continues the search for a new superstar. But what the DSDS judges actually do when they are not just dealing with the DSDS candidates? They tease and annoyed each other and perhaps do what it’s worth. It is particularly Dieter Bohlen except for one: his table mate Bill Kaulitz.
Dieter Bohlen doesn’t let up easily
The successful producer wonders especially on Bills clothing style. During the “Tokio Hotel” singer gladly time in high heels and with spiked rings wearing on the fingers on the set, Dieter Bohlen is like more casual: “If I was your brother …”, DSDS judge Dieter Bohlen laughs about it with Bill Kaulitz. Also at the hairstyle he has any complaints. “This looks like plastic,” says the Poptitan and pats him on the head here. But don’t worry: This is all just for fun. Accordingly the DSDS judge Bill Kaulitz takes it with humor.
PUNKT 6 – January 9, 2013
We know a few of contestants (when there’s the girl you can hear Scream&Shout woop) and there’s a nice interview with Mateo:
on the new BRAVO magazine there’s an interview to Dieter Bohlen:
BRAVO: How you get along with Bill and Tom from Tokio Hotel?
Dieter: They are incredibly nice. I’ve already met with Bill [privately] just to talk a little. We are very respectful towards each other. I didn’t know him personally and was curious to see how we get along. I didn’t expected that we would get along so well. Usually we [the judges] weren’t nice to each other backstage. That changed now.