SuperStar KZ

SuperStar KZ
Created by Perviy Kanal Evraziya
Country of origin Kazakhstan
Original network Perviy Kanal Evraziya
Original release June 17, 2003 – June 30, 2007
SuperStar KZ Finalists
(with dates of elimination)
Season 1 (2003–04)
Almas Kishkenbayev Winner
Roman Kim February 28
Irina Kotlyarova February 21
Asem Zhaketayeva February 14
Nikolai Pokotylo February 7
Makpal Isabekova January 31
Akmaral Dosumbekova January 24
Milana Loboda January 17
Aykin Tolepbergen January 10
Gulnara Silbayeva January 3
Yuliya Pereyma December 27
Gayni Zhumasheva December 20
Season 2 (2004–05)
Kayrat Tuntekov Winner
Alisher Karimov March 5
Rasul Supiev February 26
Dinara Sadvakasova February 19
Anna Sheyder February 12
Zhanna Raymbergenova February 5
Bolatbek Nurkasimov January 29
Ermek Medenov January 22
Moldir Auyelbekova January 15
Oleg Kim January 8
Snezhana Pancheva January 1
Aleksandra Khardina December 25
Season 3 (2005–06)
Nurzhan Kermenbayev Winner
Anastasiya Usova May 6
Altynay Sapargalieva April 29
Evgeniy Gartung April 22
Rinat Malzagov April 15
Asem Tasbulatova April 8
Dinara Koskeldiyeva April 1
Zhanara Khamitova March 25
Erlan Alimov March 18
Anastasiya Rossoshanskaya March 11
Ekaterina Revanova March 4
Arstan Mirzagereev February 25
Season 4 (2007)
Oleg Karezin Winner
Adylzhan Umarov June 30
Talgat Kenzhebulatov June 23
Ainur Nazarbekova June 16
Anatoliy Tsoy June 9
Mariyam Dumanova June 2
Daulet Bolatbayev May 19
Stepanida Basyuk May 12
Oleg Nikitin May 5
Albina Oganesyan April 28

SuperStar KZ was a reality television show based on the popular British show Pop Idol, which aired from 2003 to 2007 on the Kazhak television station Perviy Kanal Evrasia. The talent contest determined the best young singers in Kazakhstan by allowing viewers to vote by phone or SMS. A supplementary show SuperStar KZ Dnevnik (SuperStar KZ Diary), shown twice weekly, provided a recap of the previous show and week's events for the contestants.

SuperStar KZ was presented entirely in Russian, though Russian, Kazakh and English songs were performed. Some contestants such as Ainur Nazarbekova, Altynay and Zhanara spoke Kazakh on the show. A mix of ethnic groups, typical of the diversity in Kazakhstan, was usually represented, including Kazakhs, Russians, Koreans, Uyghurs, and Tatars.

SuperStar KZ held auditions in sixteen cities to find the best talent anywhere in Kazakhstan, visiting Astana, Taraz, Aktau, Semey, Pavlodar, Atyrau, Shymkent, Kyzylorda, Taldykorgan, Ekibastuz, Aralsk, Oskemen, Karaganda and Kokshetau, Aktobe before finishing in Almaty.

SuperStar KZ 3

SuperStar KZ Season 3 premiered on Perviy Kanal Evraziya on November 11, 2005.


Over 12,000 people auditioned for SuperStar KZ Season 3 across nine cities:

Top 148

In November, the Top 148 successful candidates met in Almaty to perform in a three-day theatre round consisting of a chorus, duo & solo performance where eliminations would take place at each stage. During the first and last stage contestants can sing any song, during the duo stage a pre selected song was to be chosen, this included (among others) - Could I Have This Kiss Forever? by Whitney Houston & Enrique Iglesias and Махаббат Жалыны by Madina Sadvaqasova.

Top 40 - Semi Finals

Five groups of eight contestants performed every Sunday night to determine the two best singers of each group to advance to the Top 12. There was a Wildcards show or "Lucky ticket" round as it was known on the sixth week to give a last chance performance from unsuccessful contestants. Contestants sing a song of their own choice with piano and guitar backing.

Group 1 (January 7, 2006)

Group 2 (January 14, 2006)

Group 3 (January 21, 2006)

Group 4 (January 28, 2006)

Group 5 (February 4, 2006)

Wildcards (February 18, 2006)

Top 12/Themes

Each week there was a common theme on which the contestants base their song choices:


The jury members for the third season were:

and hosts for the third season were:


The show has had many hosts throughout the three seasons including:

SuperStar KZ Jury

Season one

Season two

Season three

Season four

Bottom three statistics

Season two

Stage: Semi Finals Finals
Weeks: 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/04 12/11 12/18 12/25 01/01 01/08 01/15 01/22 01/29 02/05 02/12 02/19 02/26 03/05
Place Constestant Result
1 Kayrat Tuntekov IN Winner
2 Alisher Karimov IN Btm3 Btm3 Btm2 Runner-up
3 Rasul Supiev IN Btm3 Btm2 Elim
4 Dinara Sadvakasova IN Btm2 Btm2 Btm2 Btm2 Elim
5 Anna Sheyder IN Btm3 Elim
6 Zhanna Raymbergenova IN Elim
7 Bolatbek Nurkasimov Elim WC Btm3 Btm2 Elim
8 Ermek Medenov IN Btm3 Elim
9 Moldir Auyelbekova Elim WC Btm3 Btm2 Elim
10 Oleg Kim IN Btm2 Elim
11 Snezhana Pancheva IN Elim
12 Aleksandra Khardina IN Elim

Season three

Stage: Semi Finals Finals
Weeks: 01/14 01/21 01/28 02/04 02/11 02/18 02/25 03/04 03/11 03/18 03/25 04/01 04/08 04/15 04/22 04/29 05/06
Place Constestant Result
1 Nurzhan Kermenbayev IN Btm3 Winner
2 Anastasiya Usova Elim WC Btm3 Runner-up
3 Altynay Sapargalieva IN Btm2 Btm2 Btm3 Btm2 Elim
4 Evgeniy Gartung IN Btm3 Btm3 Btm2 Elim
5 Rinat Malzagov IN Btm2 Elim
6 Asem Tasbulatova IN Btm3 Btm2 Elim
7 Dinara Koskeldiyeva IN Btm2 Btm2 Btm3 Elim
8 Zhanara Khamitova IN Elim
9 Erlan Alimov Elim WC Btm2 Elim
10 Anastasiya Rossoshanskaya IN Elim
11 Ekaterina Revanova IN Elim
12 Arstan Mirzagereev IN Elim

Season four

April 28: Russian Songs
May 5: World War 2 Era
May 12: Kazakh Songs
May 19: Drinking Songs
May 26: D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers Soundtrack
June 2: Songs for Children
June 9: World Hits
June 16: Song of Pepsi
June 23: Classic & Russian Rock
June 30: Grand Finale

Weeks: 04/28 05/05 05/12 05/19 05/26 06/02 06/09 06/16 06/23 06/30
Place Constestant Result
1 Oleg Karezin Btm 2 Btm 2 Winner
2 Adylzhan Umarov Btm 3 Btm 2 Runner-up
3 Talgat Kenzhebulatov Elim Elim
4 Ainur Nazarbekova Btm 2 Elim
5 Anatoliy Tsoy Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
6 Mariyam Dumanova Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 3 Elim
7 Daulet Bolatbayev Btm 2 Elim
8 Stepanida Basyuk Btm 3 Elim
9 Oleg Nikitn Btm 2 Elim
10 Albina Oganesyan Elim
Female Male Safe Safe first Safe second Eliminated

See also

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