“A little bit of fun” turned into a lifetime of sunshine!
Roberto Blanco (86) became known for hits like “A little fun must be” (1973). Now the pop singer is returning to TV!
BILD learned: The cheerful nature with Cuban roots is at “Kiwi’s big party night” will celebrate its TV comeback with presenter Andrea Kiewel (58) on Sat.1 – and be on stage again. And he recently demonstrated how fit he is at the age of 86 at the Oktoberfest when he took part in the “ “Women’s Wiesn” the festival tent rocked.
Explained to BILD Roberto Blanco : “Appear on a major TV show again at the age of 86? But sure! After all, having a little fun is not a question of age! Lately I’ve been working on a lot of projects, producing new songs and playing at theaters in Berlin and Zurich. It keeps me fit and I look forward to seeing my audience every time. Even though I’m getting older, it feels like my audience is getting younger and younger – and I think that’s great!”
Roberto Blanco and his wife Luzandra celebrate the 25th anniversary of the “Almauftrieb” in the Käfer tent at the Oktoberfest
Blanco is one of the well-known names with which Sat.1 wants to launch the big TV attack on ZDF. In November, four shows will be recorded in Adlershof in Berlin, where for the first time the audience will be given standing room so they can celebrate with their stars for three hours. According to BILD information, the music shows will be shown on TV at the beginning of the year.
But who else is there? Bild learned: In addition to Blanco, Sat.1 is also bringing Vicky Leandros (71), Howard Carpendale (77) and Sasha (51) back on stage on TV. Anna-Maria Zimmermann (34), Olaf Henning (55), Fury in the Slaughterhouse, Oli P. (45) and Christina Stürmer (41) will also be at the Kiewel party show.
Schlager star Howard Carpendale (77, “Hello Again”) was most recently a talk guest with Ina Müller on the show “Inas Nacht”.