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Singer Mark Forster actually never talks about his private life - except in his songs. Now he was surprisingly open on a TV show

Barbara Schöneberger (47) and Hubertus Meyer-Burckhardt (65) welcomed singer Mark Forster (38) to the "NDR Talk Show" on Friday (August 20).

The "The Voice of Germany" coach, who is married to singer Lena Meyer-Landrut (30) and has a child with her, actually keeps his private life under lock and key.

There are of course private things to be found in his songs, but that is mostly encrypted. On the talk show, Mark Forster was unusually open this time and chatted about his feelings.

Personally and professionally: Mark Forster has soared


"I have found a lot of calm that I have not found in the last ten years," said Mark Forster about the Corona period and humbly continues: "I actually have a very good life, I am satisfied.

I would almost say I'm happy. Of course, also with what I do for a living. " And he is doing very well professionally, his new album "Musketeers" shot to 2nd place in the chart right after its release - with potential upwards. How much private is there in the new record?

Lena Meyer-Landrut also showed up again after her creative break last year. In the following clip, you can see her first appearance in which she just shines! "I have a little dilemma": Mark Forster on the connection between private and professional life

"I have a bit of a dilemma, especially with this album. I don't talk about my life. When it is claused or hidden in a joke. But I sing about it very openly," says Mark Forster about "Musketeers".

With the new record, he would like to say something else: "I think I have a bit of a chance with the album to make a point: I want to make music like that.

I want to write songs about what's going on with me and what I feel. At the same time, I don't want to show my kitchen on Instagram either. "

"Family, health, spaghetti ice cream": Mark Forster needs a little more to be perfectly happy

Of course, he's right - after all, happiness is also a private matter. But what exactly is happiness for Mark Forster?

"Happiness is a lot of things, right? Family, health, spaghetti ice cream," said the TVOG coach in a recent interview.

But as good as private happiness may be: the singer really wants to go back on stage. He lacks the action, the people, the passion. Because this is what the thoroughbred musician needs for perfect happiness.


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