German pop singer missing at sea after falling from cruise ship

German pop singer missing at sea after falling from cruise ship

Reports say Aida Cruises has confirmed in a series of tweets that that German pop singer Daniel Kueblboeck is missing off the coast of Newfoundland after going overboard from the cruise ship AidaLuna.

A German singer is reportedly missing from a holiday cruise off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The cruise line stated that 33 year-old Mr. Küblböck allegedly jumped off the German cruise ship around 6 A.M. this morning, according to a tweet the cruise line sent earlier today.

Kueblboeck found fame in 2003 after he appeared on Germany Seeks The Superstar; he later went on to star in various reality TV shows including I'm A Star - Get Me Out Of Here! and Let's Dance.

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Aida Cruises did not immediately return an email seeking comment.

Eyewitnesses claimed they saw Kueblboeck jump from the AIDAluna ship's fifth deck about 6am.

Aida Cruises issued a statement confirming that Kueblboeck had jumped overboard.

The ship turned back around immediately after the reports came in and coast guard helicopters started searching for him. Ship staff carried out a cabin check and confirmed that the missing person was Kueblboeck.

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