Sisters Eurovision 2019 Germany
Germany – S!sters

They were Germany’s Eurovision 2019 hopefuls in Tel Aviv. But unfortunately Europe didn’t back them. And in a newly published interview, Laurita Spinelli and Carlotta Truman confirmed that S!sters are no more.

Talking with BILD, the two look back at the past year and explain why they’re going their separate ways.

Germany’s S!sters announce split

Both are still at the early stages of their career. And neither one knows where she’s heading stylistically. Thus, they felt they needed space to proceed further on their respective musical journeys.

They finished second-to-last in the song contest with “Sister” only receiving 24 points. Only the United Kingdom placed lower.

But looking back, Carlotta stresses that’s she’s very grateful to have had the Eurovision experience with Laurita. Thus, the decision wasn’t taken at a certain point but rather came about organically.

Moreover, the two say that they gave their best at the contest and are thankful for the opportunity. Following Eurovision, they took some time off to reflect and spend time with their families and friends.

Eventually, both Laurita and Carlotta could think of returning to Eurovision sometime in the future — under the right circumstances.

For this year’s yet-to-be-announced German act, they recommend to only listen to your heart and do what you’re most comfortable with. They say that there are many people with different approaches on how to achieve the best finish possible. Therefore, it’s crucial to know where you stand.

The two stayed in touch since May. Looking at what’s ahead, the two hope to release more music as solo artists soon. Carlotta is continuing her Bachelor of Music in Hannover, while Laurita is busy in the studio.

What is your take on S!sters no longer working together? Could they fare better at the contest as solo artists? Let us know in the comments section down below!

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Metalvision Song Contest
Metalvision Song Contest
11 months ago

…and I called it that this would happen. Not even a year ago they were announcing how they would “stay together forever”… yeah, sure. :/ German Eurovision fans have seen this story over and over again with the contestants of the preceding years. It takes an adorable amount of naivety not to have seen this coming. To quote Mikolas Josef, when the show is over and our participants have scored another Bottom Five result, our broadcaster NDR “dropped it like it’s hot”.

Charli Cheer Up
Charli Cheer Up
11 months ago

Aww I was hoping that they’d release a fun song before going their separate names. Too bad all we’ll remember them for is this sad song. All the best to them both!

Daniel_2017
Daniel_2017
11 months ago

I mean…who cares?

Mony
Mony
11 months ago

Good! They were useless anyway!

T.J.
T.J.
11 months ago

And you couldn‘t even call them a „one-hit-wonder“
LOL

gilpgilp
gilpgilp
11 months ago

It’s time to get rid of the Big 5. All it guarantees are subpar performances in the final. The UK in particular hasn’t sent anything good in years. There’s 40+ countries, the finances can’t be spread out a little different so that these countries are not guaranteed? Many of the non-guaranteed countries like Netherlands, Switzerland, Russia, Belgium have a lot of money too. I don’t get it.

Héctor
Héctor
11 months ago
Reply to  gilpgilp

I’m Spanish so I don’t know if I would support that idea. Without the money of those countries it would be impossible to keep Eurovision working. And we’re not talking only about money. Having those BIG FIVE in the final assure millions of viewers in the Grand Final otherway Eurovision wouldn’t have. Those are numbers that The Netherlands, Switzerland or Belgium aren’t able to provide.

gilpgilp
gilpgilp
11 months ago
Reply to  Héctor

Wrong. They will split the money differently across 40 countries, which will be tiny increased amounts. As far as the viewership, many of these countries like UK don’t take Eurovision seriously to begin with. If they send a quality act then the viewers will follow.

It’s time that you send quality acts and EARN your way into the final instead of buying your way into the final. I would love for Spain to make it every year based on the quality of the act.

Joseph Mendy
Joseph Mendy
11 months ago
Reply to  gilpgilp

NO WAY. Big 5 is here to stay AND THAT’S FINAL!!!

Tom Tom
Tom Tom
11 months ago
Reply to  Joseph Mendy

Big 5 needs to go! All countries should earn their way into the final and not buy their way into the final!

Joseph Mendy
Joseph Mendy
11 months ago
Reply to  gilpgilp

That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve heard all day.

Tom Tom
Tom Tom
11 months ago
Reply to  Joseph Mendy

The only people who defend the big 5 are from those countries that are afraid they would never qualify by sending songs like “sisters” every year. “Sisters” should not have been in the final!

Kredential
Kredential
11 months ago
Reply to  gilpgilp

I agree, but it wouldn’t work in principle. The cost will just be spread onto the other participating countries and this will cause the mass withdrawal of countries already tight on finance such as Bulgaria and San Marino

gilpgilp
gilpgilp
11 months ago
Reply to  Kredential

Do you know how much we are actually talking about? It’s actually not that much, only a few million. Have the bigger countries (netherlands, russia, switzerland, etc) pay a little more and that would take care of it. They could spread it out in a way that all countries could afford it and stay in. The current system is unfair to countries who have a good song and performance and get left out of the final in favor of “sisters.”

gilpgilp
gilpgilp
11 months ago
Reply to  Kredential

The attitude of the Big 5 – “we won’t pay unless we get a free pass to the final” – is fundamentally unfair

Joe
Joe
11 months ago

They were formed for Eurovision, so I’m not shocked, but I also balk at people saying they had no genuine connection to each other. Heck, after a couple months of constant work and promotion, they probably were closer than ever by the time they took the stage. Their song wasn’t awful, but it was never destined for great things either. I’m sad they were mocked, but they carried themselves well, and hopefully they’ve got great careers ahead of them.

Bugo
Bugo
11 months ago

I don’t think they faked their professional relationship with one another. They seem to respect one another, had fun, and were friendly during their journey to performing in Tel Aviv. All these may have ended but at least those moments were genuine to me. Even if they already knew that their songs were hated or made fun of.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
11 months ago

Sad for them, but I wish them all the best. I hope we can see them again at some point. 🙂

jim
jim
11 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

I hope we dont

uwu vision
uwu vision
11 months ago
Reply to  jim

Bit mean, isn’t it?

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
11 months ago
Reply to  uwu vision

And hijacking my comment to say it as well! Extra naughty! Fortunately Laurita and Carlotta can take it and hopefully come back stronger just to spite the comments.

poe-tay-toe chips
poe-tay-toe chips
11 months ago

*pretends to be shocked*

But honestly, it’s painfully obvious they formed for the sole purpose of doing eurovision. Their performance couldn’t have been less genuine. There was no heart or soul behind their formation.

halseyswhxre21
halseyswhxre21
11 months ago

I feel they are better as soloists anyway

Australian Insomniac
Australian Insomniac
11 months ago

*pretends to act shocked*
Thought they would have done it sooner…maybe 3 minutes after the grand final ended

Matt
Matt
11 months ago

Well they can always see each other and catch up at Chrstmas time….. wait…. what? They are not real sisters? :O

BREXIT CAREER WOMAN
BREXIT CAREER WOMAN
11 months ago

s!ck

Dawid
Dawid
11 months ago

But 0/2 is still 0 :s

DALTH
DALTH
11 months ago

How will the world of music cope with this news lol although I still don’t think they deserved nowt it wasn’t that bad.

RoboESC
RoboESC
11 months ago

Bigger shock… they were still together?

Timi
Timi
11 months ago

Good luck and best wishes to them.

Tom
Tom
11 months ago

N!l points was rude

Logical Person
Logical Person
11 months ago

It’s Aly Ryan

Bryn
Bryn
11 months ago
Reply to  Logical Person

Hope so

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
11 months ago

they never even pretended to like each other tbh lol

Bram Wammes
Bram Wammes
11 months ago

R!p

Richard
Richard
11 months ago

They did their best and I enjoyed their performance, but the song was too bland. Good luck to them both.

Africavision
Africavision
11 months ago

I may be in the minority here, but I am really glad these two joined forces last year, to give one of my favorite Eurovision performances of all time. They are now separated, but “sister” will remain on my (and I am sure many others) Eurovision playlist for many years to come. Good luck to them on their solo careers. Shine like city lights, S!sters! 🙂

Mia
Mia
11 months ago

No sh!t

Safiya
Safiya
11 months ago

I had a feeling that they were pretending to be great friends, maybe just to fit this “girl power” and “women supporting each other” idea but in reality there was no chemistry between them whatsoever. That’s why their performance never felt genuine. I wish them luck in their solo careers.

TOM
TOM
11 months ago

*pretends to be shocked*

Grafton
Grafton
11 months ago

Who’s surprised? Their duo was just built from nothing :/