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“Who steals the show from me?”: Joko Winterscheidt cheers at the start

“Who’s stealing the show?”
Joko Winterscheidt cheers at the start

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Joko Winterscheidt is highly motivated on Tuesday with “Who is stealing the show?” returned. How did the first episode end for him?

“It’s Tuesday, it’s quiz day,” Joko Winterscheidt (43) greeted the viewers of his ProSieben show “Who’s stealing the show?” on Tuesday evening (8:15 p.m., ProSieben and on Joyn) to kick off the fourth season. At the beginning of the first episode, the moderator was still delighted: “It’s nice to be here again.” But did the joy last until the end of the show?

Nilam Farooq (32), Fahri Yardim (41) and Olli Schulz (48) want to at least cause plenty of frustration in Winterscheidt in the fourth season by stealing the show from him. A wildcard candidate joins each show. The honor was given to 26-year-old Lena from Berlin, who, however, was the first to walk the Walk of Shame.

Then singer and podcaster Olli Schulz, self-proclaimed “Germany’s dumbest celebrity”, gave way. The disappointment was great, after all he announced at the beginning of the show: “If I win, it will be such a blatant show.”

Farooq and Yardim then had to compete in guessing terms under the most difficult weather conditions – it ended in a draw. When asked to estimate how many people were sitting in the audience in the ProSieben studio, Yardim was closer to the number he was looking for.

Fahri Yardim in the final against Joko Winterscheidt

So the “jerks.” star had to compete against Winterscheidt in the final, which was once again moderated by Katrin Bauerfeind (40). In the end, Winterscheidt had the right answer to the last quiz question, which berries are responsible for the typical aroma of gin, with “juniper berries” – so the moderator was allowed to keep his show. “I’m in a good mood and I’ll be even better next week,” were the final words after his triumph.

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