Fame is more important to her than her marriage
Switzerland emigrant stirs up “Celebrity Big Brother”.
Catrin Heyne replaces the perfume influencer Jeremy Fragrance on “Celebrity Big Brother”. For them, the TV show is a dream come true.
Catrin Heyne’s big dream: she really wants to be famous.
Remo BernetEditor People
She wants to be famous at all costs: Catrin Heyne (38) moved to the “Big Brother” house on Thursday evening. She has already gained a bit of fame through the emigrant program “Goodbye Germany”, in which she and her husband Marco (42) lived in Switzerland. Here she blossomed into the tanning salon queen, over the past twelve years she has built up a chain of tanning salons with a total of twelve branches.
But that’s not enough for Heyne: In the last few weeks she has made headlines because she was open about wanting to become a star. Her big idol is Alexandra Hirschi (37), who has over eleven million followers on Instagram under the name Supercar Blondie. In order to be able to build up such a large fan base, she is willing to make enormous sacrifices.
Husband is critical of her dream
Because her husband is anything but enthusiastic about Catrin Heyne’s desire to be known. In an interview with Youtuber Rick Findeisen, she is asked if she would give up her dream for her relationship. Heyne then said to her husband: “Either you move with me, or we have to go our separate ways!”
Marco Heyne asks, puzzled: “Is fame more important to you than we?” His wife could not understand the shock. “It’s my dream, darling,” she emphasized.
Hardly any reach on social media
In any case, it has not yet worked out with the great popularity. The couple has 415 subscribers on YouTube and 31,000 followers on Instagram, but their posts often have no more than three comments. Will her “Celebrity Big Brother” participation change that?
In the first “Celebrity Big Brother” episode, Heyne still had little airtime. In the introduction video, she couldn’t hide her joy at the biggest performance of her life. “I’m just so ready. I’m as happy as a schnitzel before the breading, »she said.
“I’m perfect for TV”
Heyne says self-deprecatingly: “I already have quite a bit of roof damage.” She loves everything that has to do with TV. “I have the flap in the right place and I’m actually perfect for television,” she continues. It is so important for her that her dream of gaining a foothold on TV is now coming true. How important this is to her is also made clear by the fact that she manages to say the word “TV” seven times in 40 seconds. (bnr)