Actually, the past Saturday evening should be used for the exuberant joy of the band Tokio Hotel. After all, the four musicians released their latest album "2001" with a big party. But a "nightmare" in the run-up to the event overshadowed the event: the fully loaded tour bus was stolen, as the twins Tom and Bill Kaulitz (33) revealed in an Instagram story.
"On our album release day of all days [...] our truck was stolen - with our entire backline, with all our instruments, with all the things that we've had for years and that mean a lot to us. A lot worse than the money loss is the emotional loss of all that stuff." In order to get any relevant information, they posted a picture of the van stolen in Berlin-Friedrichshain. So far, however, the car does not appear to have surfaced again.
However, Bill, Tom, Gustav Schäfer (33) and Georg Listing (35) did not let it pull them down, as other posts on Instagram prove. They celebrated exuberantly together with many a celebrity guest in the JMES Club and performed for the audience. Among them were Joko Winterscheidt (43), Palina Rojinski (37), Bonnie Strange (36) and Riccardo Simonetti (29), to name just a few.
The Tokio Hotel release party seems to have left roaring consequences in the truest sense of the word. Bill Kaulitz only posted a video on Sunday afternoon in which he poured a hangover remedy into his glass.
However, Tom's wife Heidi Klum (49), who continued to stay in the USA, was not there. The new season of "Germany's next top model" is currently in the works there. But she posted a video showing how she followed the previously recorded appearance of Tokio Hotel in Jan Böhmermann's (41) "ZDF Magazin Royale".