Ramon Roselly: "DSDS" winner dreams of an appearance with Helene Fischer

With an overwhelming majority, Ramon Roselly, a 26-year-old building cleaner from Zschernitz, was chosen as the winner of the 17th season of the RTL casting show "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" (also seen on TVNow). In an interview with the news agency spot on news, he cannot really grasp the "DSDS" victory. And does the pop singer already know what he is doing with the prize money of 100,000 euros? After his already released first single "Eine Nacht" his debut album is about to start. He also explains why it would be "over" with him if he were allowed to stand on stage with hit queen Helene Fischer (35).

Congratulations on winning "DSDS" 2020. How do you feel?

Ramon Roselly: I am outstanding, I am very happy.

They have been the clear favorite since the first live show. Over 80 percent in the final, nobody has ever done that before. What do you think?

Roselly: It's nice to hear. I didn't really perceive it that way. I still can't believe that I'm the winner of "DSDS" 2020. I'm just proud and I want to enjoy it now. I sincerely thank everyone who supported me.

Did you ever celebrate your victory?

Roselly: The after-show party was canceled. We then drove to the "DSDS" villa and ate a little something there. I watched the repetition a bit, but we didn't celebrate very much. I celebrated for myself and enjoyed it.

How did your family react?

Roselly: I called my family right after the show. They were all very happy. They cried and screamed and are really proud. I am proud to have received your support.

Do you already know what you do with the prize money?

Roselly: To be honest, I haven't really thought about that.

Will you continue to live in your caravan? For example, you could invest the money accordingly.

Roselly: The opportunity to buy something is now there. Another beautiful caravan. (laughs)

Not all "DSDS" winners got off to a good start. Do you have a plan to prevent this from happening to you?

Roselly: I enjoy the music and want to work really hard. I want to put a smile on people's faces and bring them joy. And then we see what happens.

Her first single "Eine Nacht" is pure hit song. Have you always been a hit fan?

Roselly: I grew up with music. I've always heard hits. I love this music and live for it. I am overjoyed to be able to sing this winning song. It was a lot of fun for me.

Do you have role models in the hit scene?

Roselly: I don't have direct role models. But I just hear everything. There are also many very good artists.

How about a duet with Germany's hit queen Helene Fischer?

Roselly: If I were allowed to stand on stage with Helene Fischer, it would be over with me. (laughs) I think that would be the dream for everyone in my position, because Helene Fischer is the biggest in the Schlager area. That would be amazing. What the woman puts on stage for a show is brutal. If I imagine myself standing on the stage next to her and maybe even singing in two voices, that would be tough.

Florian Silbereisen was a hit expert on the jury. Did you get tips from him?

Roselly: I didn't ask him directly for tips. But for me it was the biggest compliment that he sat there and gave me his underpants. He gave me a great feedback and that was earth shattering for me. It was really nice and something like that doesn't happen every day.

"Eine Nacht" was composed and produced by "DSDS" veteran Dieter Bohlen. How did you experience him?

Roselly: Dieter gave me extremely good feedback. I am very pleased with these honest words. That moved me a lot. I am overjoyed that I was allowed to stand there and sing the song. It makes me proud that it was so well received.

How were the live shows for you in times of the Corona crisis without an audience?

Roselly: We don't know what it would be like with an audience in the studio. So I said to myself: 'Make the best of the situation'. We tried to deliver a nice show. It was a lot of fun for me.

What did the corona measures look like on the records?

Roselly: There were security precautions that were very carefully considered. For example, there were mouthguards and gloves for the whole team. Disinfectants were available everywhere. We candidates did not have to wear the face mask, we were in a heap all the time.

The exclusion of Xavier Naidoo from the jury caused a scandal. How do you feel about it?

Roselly: I can only say that I saw Xavier as a nice, personable guy. I didn't deal with it anymore, because I was focused on myself and my appearances.

What are the upcoming dates for you?

Roselly: After the press talks today, tomorrow's "Good Morning Germany". Then the video shoot follows for "One Night". My album "Herzenssache" will be released on April 10, 2020.

The traditional tour is currently on hold, right?

Roselly: I hope that I can go on tour after the Corona crisis.