Katja Krasavice: DSDS lets juror muscles play. Entertainment

Katja Krasavice: DSDS lets juror muscles play.  Entertainment

Spicy? No, Krasavis! ,

DSDS-Katja lets the muscles play

Sometimes she wears more and sometimes she wears less. Either way: guaranteed to get you attention!

DSDS juror Katja Krasavis (26) is already proving that the 20th anniversary season will be a real eye-catcher.

Krasavice first became known for her spicy and revealing YouTube videos, and in 2018 Katja moved into the “Celebrity Big Brother” container. In January 2020, the Leipzig native released his debut music album “Boss Bitch” – and went straight to No. 1 in the charts. And now he is involved in DSDS.

Colorful hair, Louis Vuitton jacket, beefy dress: You don’t even know where to look first

Photo: babiradPicture – abp

In a photo session in Munich, the rapper let his muscles play with fashion – and posed in front of the Nobel Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich in this outfit.

During a smoking hiatus, Krasavice became more curious about the outfits she’d wear for the casting show’s anniversary season from 2023.

Katja posing in her interesting outfits for the photographers

Katja posing in her interesting outfits for the photographers

Photo: babiradPicture – abp

One thing is certain that her fans are going crazy about Katja’s alluring looks!

DSDS Anniversary Season

countdown till the very last DSDS Season has started.

Bohlen with his co-jurors Pietro Lombardi, Katja Crassavis and Leoni (from right)

Bohlen with his co-jurors Pietro Lombardi, Katja Crassavis and Leoni (from right)

Photo: RTL Stefan Gregorovius / Supervisor

For the anniversary season (2023), RTL veteran Dieter Bohlen (68) and singer Pietro Lombardi (30) were brought back to the jury desk. In addition to rapper Krasevi, singer Leonie (25) provides female support.

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