BY CHRISTIANE HOFFMANN
Hit giant Ralph Siegel, celebrates his 50th anniversary on stage and his 65th birthday tonight. BILD asked him to look at the industry pursue: How good are the music stars of today, really? Siegel on...
... Lady Gaga:
"Incredible talent paired with gigantic exhibitionism."
"Greatest artist for the last 40 years. Absolute exception."
"Nice girl, who proves that you can win with a small voice at the Grand Prix."
... Daniela Katzenberger:
"Her SINGING? Impressive performance, that she has that double predecessor. Another Heino required for 20 years."
... Tokio Hotel:
"Crazy talented boys. Had two or three very good songs, but there is a lack of supplies. If there was a pop star on Mars - Bill Kaulitz, Mars would be the dream of every girl."
... Dieter Bohlen:
"He had imbibed the tragedy from mother's infancy. If he had been developed without any lasciviousness about money, he could have been saved." *Thanks Emily Kay for the translations.*
"He started as a small composer at a publishing company. Like me.
Today, he has become a star without a training judge and the highest paid man in the German legal casting TV. You have to admire him."
... His birthday wishes:
"I have three! 1. Stay healthy. 2. That my wife and I stay happy. 3. My dream is that my musical "Clown Town" would be listed on a U.S stage.