Florian Silbereisen is in Leipzig for two hit shows. The two ORF recordings take place on two days in a row. Helene Fischer will also pay him a visit.
Leipzig – Florian Silbereisen (41) currently has a busy schedule. The hit star has a few appointments in front of the camera in Leipzig. He has just moderated the “Golden Henne” award ceremony. Now two more recordings follow in the city: the “hit anniversary” and the “hit farewell”. The first guests are fixed.
Florian Silbereisen records two hit shows in Leipzig
“The big hit anniversary” is recorded on October 21, 2022. It is actually Florian Silbereisen’s 100th appearance as moderator of the “Feste” series, but it will not be broadcast live, even if the audience will be there to cheer the pop singer.
The first guests who can be seen in a pre-announcement video are now also known for this. “Of course there are many stars who have accompanied him in the previous 99 shows,” said the organizer Semmel. Among them are Roland Kaiser, Andreas Gabalier and Ross Antony.
Surprising is the participation of the Kelly Family, who can be seen on the show by Giovanni Zarrella on ZDF and by Florian Silbereisen on ORF. Apparently, Jürgen Drews will also appear again after his performance in Ellmau am Wilden Kaiser was initially announced as his last concert.
Florian Silbereisen and Helene Fischer reunited on stage
The fans should also be particularly excited about one name: Helene Fischer. The hit queen and ex by Florian Silbereisen will apparently be back on his show. Fischer and Silbereisen are still close friends today, as the two repeatedly emphasize. Helene Fischer even sent Florian Silbereisen a hidden message at her mega concert in Munich.
Cancellation for the Helene Fischer show
As Helene Fischer announced, her own Helene Fischer show will be canceled at Christmas 2022. The reason is Corona. The pop singer commented on this with the words: “I am very sorry that we had to cancel our Christmas show. It’s all still too uncertain this year, because you don’t know what might happen to us again in the fall,” said Fischer. “That’s why we decided painfully against the show,” it said.
In addition to the artist himself, Roland Kaiser, Maite Kelly, Ben Zucker, Mickie Krause and Thomas Anders will come to the “Schlagerabschied”, which is dedicated to Jürgen Drews and his farewell. The organizer reserves the right to make changes to both recordings.
Helene Fischer recently experienced an embarrassing moment on ORF. Moderators wanted to know from Helene Fischer whether she would still go to the toilet. Sources used: schlagerprofis.de, Semmel, instagram.com/semmelconcerts