Florian Silbereisen (41) sweats naked in the sauna. and Helene Fischer (38) is actually there too. But you can’t see them (unfortunately).
But from the beginning.
Fans of the star presenter and dream ship captain (shipped towards Lapland on Sunday) were delighted with the crisp insights into the unusual journey through ice and snow. 6.14 million saw Captain “Max Parger” (Silbeeisen) with his two best friends in the Finnish sauna.
Shirtless, towel around hips AND socks. What was noticeable in the scene and the subsequent walk through the snow: Helene Fischer does not appear in the hot-cold scene. Since 2011, her face has adorned Silbereisen’s left upper arm. When Silbereisen and the Schlager-Queen were still together, Florian Helene had himself pierced under the skin and could not be removed even after the separation (2018). In the meantime he has also dedicated a tattoo to his TV love, the dream ship, with a compass, anchor and map. The motif on the forearm was more recognizable in the scenes.
According to BILD information, the dream ship crew made sure not to give Helene a larger look with the camera settings. So as a fan you can only guess that she was there somehow, but then only in secret. Silbereisen still stands by his proof of love, which he immortalized on his body for his ex-girlfriend at the time. In the long-running TV show “Traumschiff”, however, we will probably no longer see this body art.
Speaking of naked bodies: the episode was still unusually cuddly. Because a couple had four bed scenes in the 90-minute feel-good episode. Even if it was of course always completely youth-free. The couple “Ben” (Ferdinand Seebacher, 33) and “Caroline” (Mersiha Husagic, 33) could hardly keep their hands off each other.
Cuddle record for the popular TV series. Whether in the cabin, under a thick blanket in the ice hotel or on the couch in the beautiful Lapland cottage: the dream ship course was set to “cuddling” for the two. However, duvets covered too much bare skin in the scenes. There will probably not be any bare facts in the series. Not even if the upcoming tours will take the most famous TV ship from the sub-zero temperatures of Lapland back to warmer climes.