Winston Gerschtanowitz is that he, as the presenter of It Takes 2 much better in the paint than as a participant. In the nineties, made Gerschtanowitz part of the boy band 4 Fun, but he band doesn’t even think about to start singing. “That is better for everyone,” he says, laughing.
“I’m sure I’ll be there as a presenter, better struggles than as a participant, because I don’t have the voice.”
Gerschtanowitz, from Friday 20: 30 on SBS6 in the singing competition for CELEBRITIES, think that he is the qualifying round was not even interesting. “I could simply not sing.”
But how was it with 4 Fun, the group with which he hits a Lifetime, and Everywhere, Heatwave scored? “I know very well what occur if the singer is, but I will have a little secret to tell: my microphone was off regularly as we are to the action. I could sing what I wanted, but no one heard it.”
Presenter knew, at the right time to stop
Despite the success of 4 Fun – where he, along with Chris Zegers, Jimmy Patience and Michiel de Zeeuw was part – is a comeback as an artist there for the presenter. “We had a lot of success, very much has occurred, and that was really crazy. But we also knew that we had to stop. There I leave it.”
Sing let Gerschtanowitz so on to the nine well-known Dutch people who participate in It Takes 2. This time, among others, Bobbi Eden, Jan Joost van Gangelen and Harry Piekema their hitherto unknown singing skills hear.
“I am nine times amazed”, says Gerschtanowitz on the performance of the CELEBRITIES. “I think we really have a top line-up of celebrities who are all hugely out of their comfort zone to go to with shaking legs here to sing.”
Gerschtanowitz feels as a presenter alongside Gordon “like a fish in the water”. “I can ask everyone how it goes, how it went and where we’re going. That is in relation to what these candidates have to do a cinch. And I do not something to find, I think all is well. I am mister Happy.”