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Pop star: Matthias Reim: “I felt like a loser”

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It started with a delayed cold. Then there was burnout. Pop singer Matthias Reim has a guilty conscience because of his forced break. Now it’s time to go back to the stage.

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After a health-related concert break, the pop star Matthias Reim spoke about his burnout condition. “It wasn’t a good time for me. I felt like a loser. I was physically exhausted – and disappointed and angry at myself because I was so looking forward to the year after Corona,” said the 64-year-old to “Bild ” (Tuesday). “It’s been a long way back.”

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Reim had stopped performing for almost two months and justified the break with a “severe burnout problem” and an inflammation of the vocal cords. His problems started in the summer with several delayed colds, the singer now said to “Bild”. “I just took pills. I didn’t want to believe that I could get really sick. Even when I was standing on stage sweating in 9 degrees cold, I clenched my teeth and kept going.”

He also ignored warnings from his doctor until he collapsed one day. He got up in the morning and realized something was wrong. “He was so exhausted and just said, ‘I can’t do it anymore,'” reported Reim’s wife Christin Stark (33).

During the treatment he suffered from a bad conscience, the musician said. “I felt like I let everyone down.” That frustrated him. The incident was also a warning for him: “I really got a big hit on the bell. I don’t want to experience that again.” Now he feels good again.

At the “Schlagernacht des Jahres” Reim returned to the stage at the end of October. His tour is scheduled to continue in December, some dates have been postponed to spring 2023.

Source: Stern

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