Thomas Gottschalk: That’s what he’s planning for after “Wetten, dass…?”

Thomas Gottschalk
He’s planning that for the time after “Wetten, dass…?”

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Thomas Gottschalk (73) presents his last “Wetten,dass..?” edition today, November 25th (8:15 p.m., live on ZDF). He had previously explained in the weekly newspaper “Die Zeit” that this time it was a forever farewell to the cult show. He now revealed in an interview what the moderator plans to do afterwards.

Thomas Gottschalk: “I’m still fit enough”

“Next Saturday I’ll be on RTL again with ‘100 Years of Disney’. So I’ll still be on TV,” Gottschalk explained to the “Bild” newspaper. He also told the newspaper that he had been “a happy pensioner” for a long time and that his partner Karina Mroß would be happy “if I allowed myself more time for our private life”. He added: “I just had a great holiday in Florida with a woman who loves me, but who doesn’t necessarily have to enjoy me on TV. She also has fun with me in private. I’m still fit enough to live my life enjoy and as long as the audience still wants me, they should have me.”

These are Thomas Gottschalk’s prominent guests

At “Disney 100 – The Big Anniversary Show”, Gottschalk and his colleague Victoria Swarovski (30) will host the gala evening on December 2nd. Gottschalk will also welcome prominent guests here. Giovanni Zarrella (45), Motsi Mabuse (42), Michael Bully Herbig (55), Riccardo Simonetti (30) and Palina Rojinski (38) have been announced.

Before that, Gottschalk can appear today on “Wetten, dass…?” Still looking forward to these stars: According to a ZDF announcement, the actors Matthias Schweighöfer (42), Stefanie Stappenbeck (49) and Jan Josef Liefers (59) will be involved as betting sponsors. Sports stars Bastian Schweinsteiger (39) and his wife Ana Ivanović (36) were also announced.

Helene Fischer (39) and Shirin David (28) will also perform “Breathless through the Night” together in the Baden-Arena Offenburg. Music icon Cher (77) is also there and, according to the ZDF announcement, presents a Christmas dance floor hit with “DJ Play A Christmas Song”. The British pop band Take That, consisting of Gary Barlow (52), Mark Owen (51) and Howard Donald (55), sings a song from their new album “This Life”, and the musicians will also sit on Gottschalk’s couch.


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