Status: 03.10.2023, 07:11 a.m.
By: Lisa Klugmayer
Actually, the trapeze number by Helene Fischer and Thomas Seitel should be dripping with romance. But at the penultimate Munich concert, an unpleasant incident occurred.
Munich – From September 26 to October 1, Helene Fischer (39) made a guest appearance in Munich with her "Rausch" tour. The highlight of many Schlager fans: The joint trapeze number with Thomas Seitel (38). But what was intended to be the passionate highlight of the first half of the concert turned into an unromantic complete shower in Munich.
Soaking wet on stage: Helene Fischer gets a fountain of water in her face
While Helene Fischer belts out her megahit "Hand in Hand", which describes her initial feelings for Thomas Seitel, she and Thomas float across the stage on ropes. They look into each other's eyes in love, languish and give each other support. As Helene Fischer and Thomas Seitel glide through the air, they are surrounded by a waterfall. An absolute goosebump moment.
But on the penultimate day of their Munich concerts, the less than romantic blunder. On October 1st, the timing of the trapeze number was not right and Helene Fischer got the water fountain in her face. As various fan videos on the net show, the pop queen is briefly frightened, but quickly catches herself again and continues to perform as usual. But she's still soaking wet. Fortunately, a 30-minute break is planned after "Hand in Hand" anyway.
Gigantic fee: Helene Fischer collects a lot every evening on "Rausch" tour
Schlager fans and passionate concertgoers will get their money's worth this year, because Helene Fischer (38) is going on a big "Rausch" tour from March to October. While the audience is looking forward to a live spectacle in a class of its own, a veritable flow of money awaits the pop queen's account - because the concerts raise millions of euros. According to Express, experts have estimated that Helene Fischer earns 70,225 euros with each of the 000 "Rausch" concerts. This sum is calculated from the income from ticket sales (approx. 70 million euros), merchandise and beverages (approx. 4 million euros) as well as the costs for production, hall rental, ticket sales (approx. 40 million) and contributions to the concert agency. (Source: Express)
"I've NEVER had such a shower": Helene Fischer can laugh about her concert breakdown
"Did you just notice that?", Helene Fischer asks her fans after the break. "I had it restored. My dear Melli has brought me back into shape in the short time available. I've NEVER gotten such a shower as I did today with the number," laughs the pop queen. "Old Swede. Wow. What was that today? I hung there like that and thought: This is going to be nice. And then, suddenly, all the water came. We've never had that before. It never gets boring with us."
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