Jürgen Drews has announced the end of his career. Lucas Cordalis considers the discussion of who will be the new ‘King of Mallorca’ to be ‘superfluous’.
Pop singer Jürgen Drews (77) recently announced the end of his career. Since then there has been speculation: who will be the new ‘King of Mallorca’? The hottest contestant right now is her colleague Mickie Krause (52). But it is difficult to understand the whole question of the successor: Lucas Cordalis (54). For the singer and son of Schlager legend Costa Cordalis (1944-2019), “the discussion about whether Mallorca needs a new king is completely superfluous”. Jürgen Drews will “always remain the ‘king of Mallorca'”, explains the husband of Daniela Katzenberger (35) in an interview with the press agency spot on news.
Lucas Cordalis sees Drews’ departure with a ‘crying eye’
Generally speaking, for Cordalis, whose new album “Lucas Cordalis” will be released on July 22, Drews’ departure from the scene is “of course a very big step”. Nevertheless, he can fully understand the 77-year-old’s decision. “Of course, I also see him with a crying eye, because he’s a great artist and he will be sorely missed by all of us.” Nevertheless, he fully understands the “King of Majorca”. “I love him and wish him the best for the future.”
On July 9, Jürgen Drews was on the show “The big hit beach party 2022 – it starts again!” announced the end of his career. “Because I’m at an age where the others are long retired, I also said to myself: ‘one day it will be fine’.” The 77-year-old would like to be able to perform until the end of the year. Drews recently had Mickie Krause ‘right’ for the ‘King of Mallorca’ title. the “sunday picture” Told. Krause too explained “the picture”that he would be ready to “take this job”.