and continue! Thomas Gottschalk announced himself as the second live semi-finalist of the Supertalent. The legend of the show will judge the ten starved talents along with three other famous jurors. But who are the brave participants?
One thing is for sure – the second live semi-finals of “Das Supertalent” will be very interesting. The jury can award each of the ten participants one to five stars, and viewers can also vote by phone, SMS or online. The three talents with the most points will win the coveted golden ticket to the final. arousing!
And what kind of great arts can we expect? We took a closer look at the participants.
Karabo Morak dances to the tunes of afrobeats
Saturday’s performance by Carabo Morax (35) will be a very personal show: “Through my performance I also want to express my sexuality and show how proud I am to be a young black African guy. I have lived a very difficult life in Africa because of my sexuality. The fact that I can now stand on stage With Supertalent in Germany it is a big dream come true.” With his appearance, he also would like to encourage others.
Mui Mui with the talent of “Side Show”
Whether playing with sharp bells, a bed of nails, or the inhuman bending of all limbs – at Muy Mois shows, rigor and enthusiasm are close together.
In the semi-finals, Muy Moy (35) wants to show the number he considers his best – an entirely new performance he’s never shown before.
Drew Colby playing with his hands
Using only his hands, Drew Colby, 47, can tell touching stories. The hand shadow player knows how to cast a spell on his audience without a big stage show.
While he was on stage last, his duo partner was Lady Shadow on Saturday. “And perhaps I’ll take a rabbit out of the hat,” he declared mysteriously.
Noah Warwell records his unique songs
Noah Warwell, 21, writes his own songs and has taught himself how to compose music. In the semi-finals, too, he wants to thrill the jury and the audience with his own piece and promises: “I want to score something on Saturday that I haven’t done and haven’t seen before. It’s definitely an upgrade for the last time.”
Embed dance project is coming from Italy
They threw goosebumps down the entire hall during the cast and are indeed among the winners: Inclusion Dance Project: The “Inclusion Dance Project” group consists of unrestricted dancers and those with Down syndrome. Using light and projection, they want to deliver a semi-final performance that shines on you: “‘Das Supertalent’ gives us the opportunity to show us who we really are.” Down syndrome one chromosome too much. I know from experience: it’s the love chromosome! “
Lilia Turkiyeva has unparalleled muscles
As the first girl of the Indian Pole Malakhamb, the daughter of two circus performers wants to prove that she is in no way inferior to the boys when it comes to strength. She’s already managed to do so in the cast that, with her acrobatic talent and desire to get things done, won her the jury and audience alike.
In the semifinals she will now appear with her parents: “I prepared something very special that the audience had never seen before,” this is what the 8-year-old promised.
Uschi Bauer stands for Whatever It Takes
As for her semi-final appearance, the world’s fastest singer (71) has a new piece in her bag – and surprise. Best of all, it offers a popular nursery ballad that sings it in a country style and polished it with new lyrics.
In acting, she only sang, this time she will also sing. She also wants to involve the audience in her performance.
Afonso Rodriguez is the king of beatbox
After falling into a well, Afonso, 37, discovered his talent for imitating echoes. The fact that this sounds more interesting than it appears at first glance was something the jury and audience were able to see for themselves in the acting process. In the semifinals, he wants to show a number he’s never seen before: with a variety of tradition, comedy, drama and music. “My appearance will be completely different from the way I look in the cast,” Afonso promises.
Kevin Quantum evokes Harry Potter on the wall
Before Kevin Quantum devoted himself entirely to magic, the scientist from Edinburgh worked as a physicist. On stage, he combines his fascination with both worlds, something the audience can look forward to on Saturday as well: “It will be a mixture of illusion, science, drama and danger. I will put my life in the hands of science and will put my faith in it to the ultimate test.”
Agnieszka Szkudlarek received an honorary invitation
Agnieszka’s first visit to Germany not only took her to the super talent stage, but also reached the semi-finals directly. Star designer Michael Michalski invited Agnieszka (27) to his studio in Berlin to help her design her big semi-final appearance. On Saturday, she will be surprised not only by the song she chose for her performance, but also by her new style.
It’s a colorful mix that comes on stage on the 4th of December! Let’s see which three talents can secure the final ticket.
Lukas Podolski, Chantal Janzen and Michael Michalski are also members of the jury with Thomas Gottschalk.
“Das Supertalent” Semifinals 2, live on December 4 at 8:15 p.m. on RTL.