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Airport – Kiev, Ukraine
(before THe incident)


Hotel – Kiev, Ukraine

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The Blakhat Reception, Milk Studios – Los Angeles
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German Rockers Tokio Hotel Embrace Electronic Dance Music on New Album

The German rock group Tokio Hotel — twin brothers Bill (lead singer) and Tom Kaulitz (guitar, backing vocals), Georg Listing (bass) and Gustav Schafer (drums) — has such a rabid following in its native country, where it’s one of the biggest rock bands of all time, that it had to get out of town. So a few years back, members picked up and moved to Los Angeles, a place where rock stars and celebrities are a dime a dozen.

We were actually trying to hide away in Los Angeles,” says Bill Kaulitz in a phone interview from L.A. “We were living in Germany and it become impossible to have any private life beyond the career. We couldn’t go anywhere. We had 24-hour security. We needed to go somewhere to take a break. We moved to L.A. about six years ago just to not do anything and get a break and find inspiration for new music. For a year, we didn’t do anything. We slowly got back into the studio and trying to write songs and make new music. It was a perfect decision for us — personally, for us to have private life and also for the creativity for the band.”

The music scene is so different,” says Kaulitz. “The whole life in L.A. is so different. It’s a whole different thing, for sure. I do miss Germany sometimes. I miss the German bread and the food, but I love living in LA. The music scene is massive. There are so many producers and writers you can meet up with and go in the studio with. We’ve taken advantage of that.”

As a result of the move to the States, the band adopted a new sound for last year’s Kings of Suburbia, an album that embraces electronic dance music on songs such as the synth-pop anthem “Love Who Loves You Back.” That new sound is also reflected on a new EP that features remixes of “Feel It All” and “Love Who Loves You Back.” Dubbed Feel It All World Tour 2015: Part 2 The Club Experience North America, the band’s current tour arrives at House of Blues on Sunday, where the band plays at 8 p.m.
It took forever to perfect the show,” says Kaultiz when asked about the current tour. “We wanted something new and special. The idea is to create a show that’s never been seen in such small venues in club situations. We prepared the show for two months in Germany at the beginning of this year. We hit the road and had the first leg in Europe and we wanted to bring the exact same production to the U.S. It worked out well. It’s the same show. It’s a lot of lights and a super big production. We wanted to turn the live venues into a nightclub and party with everyone and have a big party with costumes. It’s a very electronic show.”

While the producing and mixing process for Kings of Suburbia took longer than previous efforts, Kaultiz says it was worth effort.

You do think about every single tone on the album,” he says. “We’re so proud of everything that’s on it. We didn’t want to compromise. That’s how it happened. We were working with producers but when they sent things back, we didn’t like what they did. We felt like no one quite understood what sounds we wanted. We just took it over and did the final mixing and producing. I think we’ll never do it any different. It’s just the way to do it. The whole electronic vibe to the song is our sound now and with Kings of Suburbia, we finally have found a sound we like and the sound for the band. That’s what we’ll go for. All the stuff we’ll do is way, way more electronic than what we used to do.”

Because the clubs in L.A. are so different from the European clubs, the band started to absorb new sounds and attitudes.

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In own his designs on “Tokio Hotel” tour
Bills Bling King stage outfits

Complete Gold and striking than ever:
On his current Tour Bill Kaulitz wearing extravagant outfits,
which he designed himself

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Friendly dinner: Lisa Vanderpump, 54, was spotted on Monday walking arm in arm with 25-year-old Tokio Hotel lead singer Bill Kaulitz

Unlikely pals!
Lisa Vanderpump, 54, goes arm-in-arm with Tokio Hotel’s Bill Kaulitz, 25,
after dinner date in West Hollywood

She may be nearly twice his age, but that doesn’t mean this lead singer and reality star can’t enjoy the fruits of their platonic friendship. Lisa Vanderpump and Bill Kaulitz were spotted in West Hollywood on Monday walking arm-in-arm after dining at the exotic cuisine she owns known as Sur Lounge.

The 54-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star looked to be enjoying herself, wearing a ravishing sleeveless fuchsia number paired with a diamond encrusted statement necklace.

Her Tokio Hotel lead singer counterpart wore all black for their date, showing off his edgy and colorful tattoos through an un-buttoned long sleeve, among his many other piercings. Kaulitz took to Instagram to show off his most recent ink on Friday, displaying the artist adding detail to his left bicep via a single needle.

The unlikely friends were all smiles when making a quick dash to the car after their night on the town. For those who may suspect any foul play, the famous restaurateur is happily married to her spouse of over 33 years, Ken Todd.

Best dressed: The duo looked to be enjoying themselves while out on the town in West Hollywood after dining at her cuisine Sur Lounge

Unlikely pair: The reality star shows off her elegant style while her younger counterpart opts for an edgy rocker look

Rock ‘n roll: The Tokio Hotel frontman enjoys a beverage at the 2015 Just Jared Summer Bash on Saturday

Over the weekend, Bill had his own fun posing solo by the pool while enjoying the sun at the 2015 Just Jared Summer Bash presented by SweeTARTS Chewy Sours. The German band frontman is getting ready to launch a new U.S. tour titled Feel It All with his bandmates next week.

The Tokio Hotel shows will treat fans to a live performance of hit songs like Monsoon or World Behind My Wall during upcoming performances in various cities including Detroit, Cincinnati and Cleveland.

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Career interview with Natalie Franz,
hair & make-up artist and founder of Magicstripes

Dear Natalie, the story please briefly tell how you discovered Magicstripes in Tokyo: when was this and why were you in the city?

I was with Tokio Hotel in Tokyo and was on my day off on a journey of discovery through the whole beauty departments of department stores. There I discovered the stripes.

You’re the Makeup artist of Bill Kaulitz already for years. How did you become hair & makeup artist at all?

My mother was a professional ballet dancer and also I have completed a classical ballet training in Russia. As a child, I was fascinated by the world of Ballet, the theatre, the stage at all. The actors and their transformation through costume and makeup to a figure, have inspired me to care more for the topic of makeup and inspire. I have never had training, only much assisted by magazines, read all books on the subject and fashion, and “sucked up everything”.

Can even men wear Magicstripes? You’ve had a long friendship with  Bill Kaulitz from Tokio Hotel and he’s advertising for your products.

Clearly, we have a lot of male customers. Because Magicstripes are invisible, they must have no fear that it stands out. Many men are also shy to go to the plastic surgeon – or are simply afraid of the pain. But Bill doesn’t need that. He is one of the perfect looking men I know. I am totally grateful that he helped me to make the brand known.

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The Most Handsome German Man

The ancient Romans admired the external data of German men, describing them strong, blue-eyed and fair-haired, calling them great warriors, but very flavorful….

12. Bill Kaulitz (born 1 September 1989) is a German singer, songwriter, voice actor, designer and model. He is best known for his work from 2001 to the present as the lead singer of the band Tokio Hotel.

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(March, 2015)

We got the chance to continue to work with TOKIO HOTEL since our SUPERIOR DIGITAL March issue and are very proud to present you this exclusive Fashion Editorial for SUPERIOR DIGITAL April 2015 by photographer MARC HUTH, stylist TAMARA SVENJA and singer BILL KAULITZ of TOKIO HOTEL.