Daniela Katzenberger gives everything: preparation for Florian Silbereisen

If you want to be "beautiful", you have to suffer and Daniela Katzenberger (36) does that in detail in the new episode of "Daniela Katzenberger – Familienglück auf Mallorca" (Wednesdays, 8:15 p.

Daniela Katzenberger gives everything: preparation for Florian Silbereisen

If you want to be "beautiful", you have to suffer and Daniela Katzenberger (36) does that in detail in the new episode of "Daniela Katzenberger – Familienglück auf Mallorca" (Wednesdays, 8:15 p.m., RTLzwei). In addition to sweaty hours with a personal trainer, she also has to say goodbye to her beloved couch.

The cat's planned singing career gives the cat a new nervous breakdown every week this season. After singing her first solo song and shooting her music video, the latest challenge awaits: a live performance with Florian Silbereisen (41). A great opportunity, but at the same time a nightmare for Daniela: "I always have the feeling that everyone trusts me, just not me."

In order to get the self-confidence up to the performance on stage, there is another task to be mastered beforehand: the favorite jeans from seven years ago have to fit again. With a personal trainer, the self-proclaimed couch potato tries her hand at sports for the first time in years. The cat sweats and struggles with push-ups, squats and the like and after the first workout only has one question: "How am I supposed to sit on the toilet today."

The couch potato days are over anyway. Lucas Cordalis (55) did the unbelievable and ordered a new sofa on his own. Now it's time to say goodbye to your old favorite set. Daniela: "It's like having to leave the womb." She defends herself tooth and nail against her own birth and warns her husband: "I hate everything that's new - that's why I would never leave you."

Her mood doesn't improve when she sees the new, much smaller couch. The cat in disbelief: "And where is the rest?" Lucas, who of course didn't measure anything beforehand and is now standing in front of the mini couch, has to admit: "It was really a grab for the toilet." The cat can't believe it: "I just swapped a Porsche for a Trabi."

Silbereisen, jeans, couch: In order to escape all the stress and get her stage fright under control, the cat finally gets the advice of a "tapping therapist". There she should name her fears and tap away with her fingers over a point under her collarbone. In fact, Dani feels relieved after the session: "It's like dropping ballast. The backpack is still full, but not about to burst anymore."

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