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Joey Heindle

Joey Heindle (2013)

Joey Heindle (born 14 May 1993 in Munich) is a German singer. He is best known for winning the seventh season of the game show Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus! and finishing in 5th place in season 9 of Deutschland sucht den Superstar, despite universally negative reviews from the jury each week.[1][2]


  • Biography 1
    • Early life 1.1
    • DSDS 1.2
      • Performances 1.2.1
    • Post-DSDS 1.3
  • Discography 2
    • Studio albums 2.1
    • Singles 2.2
  • References 3


Early life

Joey Heindle was born on 14 May 1993 in Munich, Bavaria.[3] He currently lives in Freising, Bavaria.[3] He has 5 siblings.[3] He has trained as an assistant chef and has further training as a chef.[3] He had to cancelled training due to a hand injury.[3] He can play the guitar.[3] He has sung at birthday parties.[3] His favourite singers are Elton John and Xavier Naidoo.[3]


He went shirtless for his Top 8 performance.[4] He felt uncomfortable going shirtless.[4] Joey stated (about being shirtless) "Actually, I did not want that, but did that because the director wanted."[4] Joey called DSDS jury member

  1. ^ a b Kylla, Denise (8 April 2012). "Das sagt Joey nach dem DSDS-Aus".  
  2. ^ a b Stych, Juliane (8 April 2012). "Joey ist raus - Das sind die Top 4".  
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "DSDS 2012: Kandidat Joey Heindle" (in German). RTL. Retrieved 10 April 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c """Joey Heindle: "Mir war das viel zu nackt.  
  5. ^ a b c """Joey wütend: "Dieter war eine Pussy.  
  6. ^ "Joey Heindle: Der Krächzer bekommt einen Plattenvertrag".  
  7. ^ a b "Joey Heindle: Mit Blaulicht ins Krankenhaus".  
  8. ^ Kylla, Denise (27 August 2012). "Das machen die ehemaligen DSDS-Stars heute".  
  9. ^ "Joey lutscht für Fiona und für acht Sterne".  
  10. ^ a b "Joey Heindle - German Charts". 
  11. ^ a b "Joey Heindle - Austrian Charts". 


List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Die ganze Welt dreht sich um dich" 2012 94 Jeder Tag zählt
"Hol’ mich raus!" 2013
"—" denotes a title that was not released or did not chart in that territory.


List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
Jeder Tag zählt 95 65

Studio albums


Within days of being eliminated from DSDS, Heindle got a recording contract with music producer Marco Delgardo.[6] Heindle had to be taken to a hospital by ambulance after funny movement and falling on his bed.[7] He was diagnosed with a pinched nerve.[7] Heindle is booked until August 2013.[8] Heindle participated in Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus! and won.[9]


(Original Airdate)
Song (Artist) Percentage of calls
Top 16
(25 February 2012)
"Here Without You" (3 Doors Down)
Top 10
(3 March 2012)
"Hey, Soul Sister" (Train)
Top 9
(10 March 2012)
"Crying at the Discoteque" (Alcazar)
Top 8
(17 March 2012)
"Der Weg" (Herbert Grönemeyer)
Top 7
(24 March 2012)
"Love Is in the Air" (John Paul Young)
Top 6
(31 March 2012)
"Bitte hör nicht auf zu träumen" (Xavier Naidoo)
"Hero" (Enrique Iglesias) (duet with Luca Hänni)
Top 5
(7 April 2012)
"Grenade" (Bruno Mars)
"Behind Blue Eyes" (Limp Bizkit)


Though he received negative feedback in the mottoshows, he ranked high in the public voting until his elimination. [2][1] He was eliminated in the Top 5.[5]

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