“Who steals the show from me?”: Does Joko Winterscheidt have to vacate the field?

“Who’s stealing the show?”
Does Joko Winterscheidt have to clear the field?

Joko Winterscheidt (right) had to deal with Olli Schulz in the final this time.

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Joko Winterscheidt has already triumphed twice in “Who is stealing the show?”. Did the third episode also end lightly for him?

So far, Joko Winterscheidt (43) could in the fourth season of his ProSieben show “Who steals the show from me?” shine undefeated. But was the moderator able to defend his post in the third episode? This time Olli Schulz (48) and his lucky cat Thorsten worked hard and made it to the final together.

Before that, actress Nilam Farooq (32) announced with confidence: “Today is the day. I made it my goal today and made a battle plan.” The actress, who was in the final in the previous episode, got far, but not this time. After wild card candidate Gordon (28), Farooq had to vacate the field.

And Fahri Yardim (42), who complained in the first game “The Light Five” that you had to “adjust the level of difficulty to the people”, could not take his show away from Winterscheidt.

“Germany’s dumbest celebrity” in the final

Ultimately, this time Olli Schulz, self-proclaimed “Germany’s dumbest celebrity”, was Winterscheidt’s most dangerous opponent. In the final, presenter Katrin Bauerfeind (40) finally announced that Schulz only had to answer one question correctly to win. “Is ProSieben clear about what that means?” Schulz then asked.

And indeed – the 48-year-old had the question “In which sport does a poodle mean something bad?” with “kegeln” the right answer ready. “I’m going to spread so much love. I’m so in the mood,” Schulz announced after his triumph.

This means that next Tuesday evening, August 23, the issue “Who is stealing the show from Olli Schulz?” will flicker. (from 8:15 p.m. on ProSieben and on Joyn) via the TV screens.


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