Dagmar Wöhrl and Frauke Ludowig: They make the verdict in the "Miss Germany 2020" election

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The "Miss Germany 2020" election on February 15 has more than just a premiere to offer. For the first time in the history of the beauty contest, the jury is made up exclusively of female members. TV presenter Frauke Ludowig (56), "Die Höhle der Löwen" investor Dagmar Wöhrl (65), who won the title in 1977, and Anna Lewandowska (31), fitness and nutrition expert and wife of a soccer star, have a say Robert Lewandowski (31).

A total of 16 women from all over Germany have the chance to win the coveted title in the Europa-Park Arena in Rust. The moderator couple Jana (32) and Thore Schölermann (35) will lead through the evening – also for the first time. Chart striker Kelvin Jones (24, "Call You Home") provides the background music.

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If you don't have a ticket for the "Miss Germany 2020" election, you can also follow the show from home via live stream. From 8:15 p.m. this will be broadcast on the Facebook and YouTube channel of "Miss Germany".