Deutschland sucht den Superstar (Season 4)


Deutschland sucht den Superstar (Season 4)

Infobox Television
show_name = Deutschland sucht den Superstar, Season 4


caption = The Season 4 Cast: from left to right: (on top) Francisca, Jonathan, Laura, Thomas, Lauren, (bottom) Mark, Max, Julia, Martin, Lisa
format = Reality television
runtime = 120 minutes
creator = Simon Fuller
developer =
presenter = Tooske Ragas
Marco Schreyl
starring = Judges
Dieter Bohlen
Heinz Henn
Anja Lukaseder| executive_producer = Nigel Lythgoe
Ken Warwick
Simon Fuller
country = Germany
network = RTL
first_aired = February 24, 2007
last_aired = May 5, 2007 (Mottoshows)
num_episodes = 20
website = http://www.rtl.de/musik/superstar.php
imdb_id = 0362339
tv_com_id =

Deutschland sucht den Superstar Season 4 is the fourth season of "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" which aired on RTL network. Mark Medlock, this season's winner, was awarded a contract with Sony-BMG. The judges in this season were Dieter Bohlen, Heinz Henn, Anja Lukaseder. It was hosted by Marco Schreyl and Tooske Ragas. The viewers chose the contestant's fates as they were able to call for their favorite contestant. The voting results were published on May 7.This season was presented by Cab and Sony Ericsson Walkman-Handy W880i.

Episode summaries

1st Top 20 Show (Boys)

:Original Airdate: February 7, 2007

*Bottom five: Jonathan Enns, Arcangelo Vigneri, Tristan Iser, Martin Stosch, Dennis Haberlash
*Eliminated: Dennis Haberlash, Arcangelo Vigneri, Tristan Iser
*Judges' forecasts: Jonathan Enns, Martin Stosch, Tristan Iser (Bohlen, Lukaseder, Henn)

4th Top 20 Show (Girls)

:Original Airdate: February 17, 2007

*Bottom four: Thomas Enns, Martin Stosch, Max Buskohl, Jonathan Enns
*Eliminated: Jonathan Enns
*Judges' forecasts: Julia Falke (Lukaseder, Bohlen), Jonathan Enns (Henn)

3rd Mottoshow: Power of Love

:Original Airdate: March 17, 2007

On March 19, 2007 a CD featuring all of the songs from the show and an additional version of "If You Don't Know Me By Now" by Simply Red sung by all contestants was released.

*Bottom four: Thomas Enns, Martin Stosch, Lauren Talbot, Lisa Bund
*Eliminated: Thomas Enns
*Judges' forecasts: Thomas Enns (Bohlen, Henn, Lukaseder)

6th Mottoshow: Die größten Diven und Helden der Musik (Greatest Divas and Heroes of Music)

:Original Airdate: April 14, 2007

*Bottom three: Lisa Bund, Martin Stosch, Mark Medlock
*Eliminated: Lisa Bund
*Judges' forecasts: Martin Stosch (Bohlen, Lukaseder, Henn)

9th Mottoshow: Finale

:Original Airdate: May 5, 2007

Note: Bottom 3/4 indicates that the contestant was 'saved' last.

The Bottom Group results are based on published results after the show that determined the number of percentages for each contestant.

This may or may not indicate his or her actual vote rank.²Martin Stosch brought back when Max Buskohl withdrew from the competition. 3Roman Lob withdrew from the competition due to illness in the second Top 20 show and was replaced by Tristan Iser.

References

External links

* [http://www.rtl.de/musik/superstar.php Official page at RTL]
* [http://imdb.com/title/tt0362339/ "Deutschland sucht den Superstar"] at the Internet Movie Database


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