Fame Academy

Fame Academy is a successful global talent show, produced by Endemol International. Dream quotas achieved the shipment - usually under the titles Star Academy or Operación Triunfo - in 14 countries: France, United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Russia, Argentina, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Belgium, Brazil and Greece.

The German version, aired 7 September 2003, three months on RTL II, however, was a flop. The very first show was at a rate of 0.9 million viewers, far less successful than similar formats on other channels. Every Sunday, the live shows were held in each of which a candidate was voted out. The viewers were able to vote for which student should be selected as the "Most Wanted". This was allowed to publish a song.

Become One

The band that emerged from the talent show, called "Become One" and consisted of the six candidates Ji- In Cho, currently sings in Krypteria, Carolin Arnold, Sedat Türüc, Thomas Bopp, David Hernandez, who in the meantime as a dancer with the No Angels danced, and Christopher Comm

After the debut single "I Do not Need Your Alibis " ( number 16 in the German single charts ) and the follow-up single " Come Clean " ( number 50 in the German single charts ), followed by performances at "The Dome ", " Bravo Super Show " Top of the Pops, " RTL -Mania "," MTV Select "and" RTL2 - Apres Ski Hits ".

The band broke up on July 25, 2004 after a final appearance in hostage Wind ( Bavaria).

  • Music broadcast (television)
  • The talent show
  • RTL II