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Potsdam. Germany's most popular quizmaster will be 50 years old, b) 55, c) 60, d) 65. The fact that so many a candidate of the RTL success format "Who is becoming a millionaire?" With this question in sweating, shows how to be pussy Günther seems to be Jauch. © Jörg Carstensen The pictures show moderator Günther Jauch during his RTL quiz "Who is becoming a millionaire?" In May 2004. (Archive image) correctly is only response d). The Potsdam will be 65 years old on Tuesday (13.7.) And is on vaca
Cologne. A reporter from RTL has rode rubbed in front of a switch from the flood area with mud. Obviously she wanted to work more authentic. The sender liked the less. The employee was allowed to leave.
The reporter Susanna Ohlen was left by the station. "The procedure of our reporter clearly contradicts journalistic principles and our own standards. We've received them right on Monday after we experienced from it, "said on Thursday an RTL spokeswoman. Previously, "picture" and "Tz" had reported.
Ohlen, which also moderates "Good Tomorrow Germany", had been presented in the RTL program as a woman who is energetic with the clean-up in Bad Münstereifel. On the internet video recordings appeared, the Ohlen show when rubbing with mud. RTL holds these out of a house taken out pictures for credible, but wants to continue the allegations internally.
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