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How to "Wetten, dass ...?" - times, Gottschalk greeted viewers in Germany at the beginning of the program "Who steals the show from me?" Austria and Switzerland. Then Günther Jauch was switched on briefly to give his long-time friend tips on how to moderate a quiz show. “Don't nonsense people like that,” was one of Jauch's advice.
As the first candidate, Thomas Gottschalk succeeded in winning. The 70-year-old Gottschalk was allowed to moderate the quiz show on ProSieben and design it according to his ideas. What he promptly did: In the opening credits, photos of the showmaster's face were unceremoniously placed on Winterscheidt's body. Gottschalk chose the song "Jump" by the band Van Halen for the run-in. He had also set up a bar and mixed the candidate's cocktail appletini during the show.
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Elyas M'Barek is in front for "Who steals the show" from me.
Joko Winterscheidt, however, was now sitting with Palina Roijinski, Elyas M’Barek and a randomly selected viewer as a candidate in the show and had to answer Gottschalk's questions.
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Actor Elyas M’Barek, who was in the lead during the entire quiz show, finally made it into the finals. This competed against Thomas Gottschalk. Moderator Katrin Bauerfeind asked the questions. Gottschalk was not completely believed that he was serious about the answers. When asked: “Who will inherit the ring from his uncle that is about 'Lord of the Rings'?” Wrote the show master “the nephew”. The question: “What is the current name of the oldest character in the daily soap 'Good times, bad times'?”, He answered with “I don't care”.
In any case, 38-year-old M’Barek got the longed-for five points first and is allowed to host the program “Who steals Elyas M'Barek the show”
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