“DSDS” singer Juliette Schoppmann is said to love celebrity women

Juliette Schoppmann participated in the first season of "DSDS" participated and took second place.

Juliette Schoppmann took part in the first season of “DSDS” and took second place.Image: Facebook/juliette.schoppmann.musik / Facebook/juliette.schoppmann.musik

Hot love rumors about Juliette Schoppmann: The “DSDS” second from 2002 is said to be in love again. As “picture” reported the singer Comedienne Tahnee is said to be dating. The newspaper wants to know that exclusively, and also says that the relationship should still be “very fresh”. What these speculations are based on, however, is not explained further. The two celebrity women themselves have not yet commented on their relationship status.

Juliette Schoppmann: She was with this “DSDS” colleague

Juliette Schoppmann took part in the first season of “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” and provided unforgettable moments with her amazing voice and brilliant performances. In the end, however, she had to admit defeat against the then winner Alexander Klaws and settle for second place.

In 2012 she was seen as a candidate on “Das Supertalent”. At that time, Juliette was voted into the final by spectators and ultimately secured sixth place. Three years ago, she returned to the RTL casting format “DSDS” and has been supporting the show’s candidates as a vocal coach ever since.

Her love life has also made headlines. Shortly after her participation in “DSDS” she was with the singer Daniel Lopes for a short time, who also took part in the first season of “Deutschland sucht den Superstar”. In 2005, she caused a sensation with her relationship with no-angels star Lucy Diakovska. In retrospect, however, Juliette denied having been with her. Since then, the singer’s private life has been quiet.

Tahnee: That’s how you know the comedy star

Tahnee has been appearing regularly on TV for around ten years. At least since her appearance in the Amazon Prime hit format “LOL: Last One Laughing” she has also been known to a wider public. She placed third in the second season. She was also recently seen in the new edition of “7 days, 7 heads” and she has her own show “Limbus” on ARD.

The 30-year-old lives openly as a lesbian and also addresses her sexual orientation in her comedy programs. “It’s just an important part of me, like everyone’s sexuality, but it’s just a part. It would be bad if it were different.”, she said in an interview with WAZ in 2019. Dealing with it openly is an “important first step,” she also added.