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"Associated with pain": Helene Fischer reveals the strict training plan for the 2023 mega tour

Created: 09/23/2022, 6:46 p.m

Helene Fischer is planning a mega tour for 2023. In order to keep up the high workload, the pop singer is already starting to work on her physical fitness. She is aware that this will not be easy after a three-year break and a pregnancy.

Cologne – Helene Fischer revealed new details about her mega tour next year at a major press conference on Wednesday (September 21, 2022). 8 months, 70 concerts, dance and artistry: the pop singer is planning something very special for her fans. In order to do that, Helene Fischer must first bring her fitness to “a completely new level of fitness”, as she reveals.

Dance, artistry, water and fire: Helene Fischer wants to “do something really big”

Helene Fischer, one of the biggest German hit stars of all time, is going on tour again after her baby break. But after the press conference on Wednesday it is clear that the pop singer is doing something really big here. 40 musicians, dancers and artists are part of the mega production, there will also be a pool and a ring of fire.

Helene Fischer gab in Koeln eine Pressekonferenz zu ihrer Tour 2023 Sängerin Helene Fischer gab am Mittwoch den 21.09.2022 bei einer Pressekonferenz im Hotel Stadtpalais in Köln.  Helene Fischer (l) tanzt am 01.09.2017 in Dortmund (Nordrhein-Westfalen) bei den Proben für die Helene Fischer Tour 2017 (Fotomontage)
Helene Fischer is planning a mega tour for 2023. In order to keep up the high workload, the pop singer is already starting to work on her physical fitness. (Photomontage) © IMAGO/BOBO & dpa/Oliver Berg

“We want to create something big and magical and take the audience away from their everyday lives,” said Helene Fischer enthusiastically. The planning of the mega tour took 18 months. It starts in March 2023, but the pop singer already has to go to the gym.

The phenomenon of Helene Fischer in figures

With more than sixteen million records sold, Helene Fischer is the most commercially successful singer in Germany and is therefore one of the world’s best-earning musicians. Her albums “Farbenspiel” and “Best of Helene Fischer” are among the best-selling music albums in the country. So it’s no surprise that the music prizes are thrown after her: Helene Fischer has an incredible seventeen echoes, eight golden hens, three bambis and two golden cameras. In 2015 she received the Bavarian Television Award for “The Helene Fischer Show”.

Helene Fischer’s only Germany concert 2022 took place on August 20, 2022 in front of a record crowd of 130,000 fans in Munich – the biggest concert of her career. The first 100,000 tickets were already sold in 24 hours.

“Associated with pain”: Helene Fischer reveals the strict training plan for the 2023 mega tour

70 shows in 8 months: In order to do that, Helene Fischer must also be physically fit. “I have to bring myself to a whole new level of fitness,” said the pop singer. She is well aware that this will not be easy after her almost three-year break and her pregnancy. “Of course, at the beginning it was also associated with pain. Especially for the numbers in the air, the upper body has to be trained and the muscles whipped into shape.”

But Helene Fischer is still looking forward to her tour. “I didn’t even think about the number of shows. Whether ten or six – the main thing is that I have a few days off afterwards,” she laughs. Helene Fischer was not only in a good mood at the press conference, but also in top style. The relaxed look of sweater and sneakers was pretty expensive. Helene Fischer fans are now discussing the price of their outfit online. Sources used: Press conference Helene Fischer, bild.de

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