This is how the stars look back on 2022


The year 2022 is coming to an end. After the Corona years, a bit of normality returned for the stars. In an interview with spot on news, Sarah Connor, Jana Ina Zarrella and other stars look back on the past few months.

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Big gratitude

Model Alena Gerber (33): “It was one of my best years ever in private and probably my most successful professionally. I made two movies, one of them in Hollywood. I’m indescribably grateful for these opportunities and sometimes I can’t believe how good it is Life is to me. That’s why I really try to give a lot back and do my best to help the people and animals who are less fortunate. I know every second that I’m very blessed and I carry a tremendous amount of gratitude within me.”

Moderator Jana Ina Zarrella (46): “We are blessed – we are healthy, we are allowed to practice what we love, have a great family and a beautiful home. I was able to see my family again and my brother now lives in Germany and works with me . I can only thank you for everything.”

Actress Natalia Avelon (42): “In 2022 I had wonderful encounters that make my heart happy. I’m grateful that I can pursue my dream job and that I was able to travel a lot and continue my education. Now I’m excited to see what the new year will bring to me ready and I’m looking forward to everything that’s to come.”

Designer Natascha Ochsenknecht (58): “I can hardly believe that the year is over. There was so much going on and I was able to experience and try out so many new things. I’m so grateful that life keeps surprising me.”

Ex-“Bachelorette” Jessica Haller (32): “2022 was a super intense year. We worked as much as never before in our lives. For 2023 we want more time as a family.”

Back on stage

Singer Sarah Connor (42): “2022 was the wildest, most beautiful year of my career. I’ve played over 60 concerts and it was exhausting, but I’ve never loved and enjoyed my job so much as after this terrible Corona period and the the associated forced break, which now lies behind us like a dark fog.”

DJ Ötzi (51): “It was a good year for me and my family. Finally the pandemic was contained, I was allowed to work again, produce my Christmas album and we are all healthy.”

Singer Angelo Kelly (41): “I actually look back on the year 2022 with a lot of hope and joy, because we had real challenges in the years before, 2020, 2021, like probably everyone in the world. The pandemic has changed everything and everything in the world Holding on and so many plans that we had thrown into shambles, one tour after the next being canceled and postponed, you were up in the air all the time trying to make the best of it, but it was really draining for everyone and that’s why 2022 was the first year where some normality came back.”


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