During the RTL show “Because they don’t know what’s going to happen,” a game confused viewers: Of all things, the hilarious celebrity guess ended earlier than expected.
This time, Thomas Gottschalk (71) moderated the live event. Barbara Schönberger (47) and Gunther Gauch (65) had to deal with powerful opponents. Your competitors were Wigald Boning (54) and Michael Mittermayr (55).
The sixth match number was called “Who’s on the cell phone?” Game director Thorsten Schorn (45) promised: “We will have people on the show right away, one or two of them will definitely want the phone number. Absolute celebrities!”
Without seeing the star tuned in to the live stream, both teams had to find out who he was with 15 targeted yes/no questions. According to the bid, two rounds must be played.
Popular singer Hino (83) appeared on the video screen. He was only allowed to respond to questions by nodding or shaking his head. Gottschalk then conveyed the answer to his candidates. And they had a lot of trouble, and they wanted to know, among other things, whether a modified star was a man, who sings German, lives in southern Germany and has blonde hair.
In between, there was frequent discussion. So the match went on forever. “The houseplants have already withered,” Gottschalk joked, looking at the Hino flower arrangement in the background.
After almost all the questions were asked, Wigald Bunning said almost hopelessly, “What about Hino?” For everyone, and completely unexpectedly, the idea was realized. Heino himself could only wish for a “Happy New Year” when the next match was announced in the studio. Many TV viewers were already looking forward to the next celebrity.
But she stayed with the cult musician. Therefore, many users on Twitter wondered if the game had been prematurely discontinued. So far, there is no answer from RTL.
Schönberger becomes Bibber-Babsi
Those who weren’t upset about it greatly enjoyed the show. Barbara Schönberger in particular caused a lot of laughter.
When Gauch had to put on her frozen clothes, there was a wonderful exchange of blows. Barbara complained, “I’ve already had frostbite.” Gauch wanted to know: “Can you feel my hand?”
On the eighth lap she was supposed to do a tandem turn with her team partner and lie down twice.
Gottschalk, while helping her again: “Starting today, Hino will sing about heavy Barbara.”
The Dream Team wasn’t really successful this time around, winning only two semi-final matches. Your opponents were vastly superior with seven successful challenges.
In the classic “Die Wand” final, Jauch and Schöneberger finally had to admit defeat to their opponents. Mittermeier and Boning brought in €250 per person in their viewing area.