A candidate for Günther Jauch’s “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” failed almost spectacularly on an introductory question.
From relationship problems to health concerns to financial worries – as a mental coach, Christine Schorer from Tannhausen in Bavaria feels responsible for all of her clients’ challenges. She herself was plagued by financial worries early on in the Monday edition of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?”. At least when looking at the 200 euro mark. So it’s pretty far from the magical million dollar question.
“Wherever there is really a lot going on, the post is literally going off – or even the …?” The choices were Elli, Luzi, Leni or Gerdi. “Do I have to think around the corner?” Asked Schorer. “No, think straight ahead,” advised Jauch. “Or as a former boss once said to me: ‘Don’t think, be completely natural.'” As if that wasn’t mean enough, Jauch asked everyone in the room who knew the correct answer to get up. It didn’t keep anyone in their chairs.
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“Already a joker?” Christine Schorer asked herself. Then the other inner voice: “Ah no! Now I’ve figured it out: Is that Leni? ”Jauch couldn’t hide his surprise:“ How do you know her? ”From the song by Wolfgang Fierek, the Bavarian believed. “That’s where the mail goes, right?” She thought the song was called: “Leni, I’ll pick you up with the tractor.”
What the candidate did not see: In the background, her husband clasped his hands over his head. Probably because he knew that the hit was about the Resi. Jauch squealed: “You mean Leni from the post office? No, that was Christel from the Post. ”Only the public joker helped. “Luzi? I don’t even check that, ”admitted the candidate, but bowed to the majority opinion.
Jauch couldn’t help but laugh
“I don’t know if I can take it any longer, I’m already at the end of my nerves,” admitted the husband. “But you’ve known her for a while,” argued Jauch. “Exactly,” said Christine Schorer, almost in unison with her husband. When asked what she was planning with the money, the candidate said: a diamond ring. The husband was happy: “Then I saved myself money, not bad either.”
Was he talking about head and neck? No, not until shortly afterwards: “We had big goals: if it came out much more than 32,000 euros, it was planned that I would reduce my working hours. But that doesn’t look like it at the moment. ”The wife replied reproachfully:“ Thank you for your trust. ”Jauch couldn’t help but laugh. In the end it was enough for 16,000 euros. Jauch tried his hand at parting as a mental coach for this marriage: “And think of your husband, he means well to you.”
“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” – Candidate is afraid of the first five questions
Jauch also had some advice ready for Kathrin Kirste from Berlin: “Watch out for 200 euros.” The commercial director of the umbrella organization of NGOs like Amnesty International took what was meant as a joke very seriously: “The first five questions are what I’m most afraid of She admitted. “You are ashamed if you have to take a joker.”
Your nightmare came true in the face of the 500 euro question: “Which physical characteristic can be found in people who have no reason to run away?” Running away neck, towering neck, escaping nose, receding forehead? The candidate puzzled: “I thought, that means receding chin?” The moderator took this as an opportunity to point out his own problem chin.
“That’s the horror question I was scared of,” admitted Kirste. “Can the forehead flee too?” She asked herself. The answer was provided by the 50:50 joker. After a football question for 1,000 euros, Jauch stayed on the subject of sports. Because he knew: Kathrin Kirste likes to do Twerkout.
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Twerking with Günther Jauch?
Twerking is not necessarily what you know as twerking from hip-hop videos, she explained. It’s a serious full-body sport. Jauch wanted a demonstration demonstration. “From the five-digit range,” the candidate promised. “Now I’m so excited, Mr. Jauch, if you would join in …” The audience liked the idea, but Jauch was not persuaded by the cheering and clapping: “I like to embarrass myself elsewhere.”
It’s a shame, because the sight would have been good for laughs. Kathrin Kirste’s performance after the 16,000 euro question evidently liked Jauch: “Do the electric eel again, the electric eel was great!” In the next broadcast she will continue with the 32,000 euro question.
Romana Pochert from Stockelsdorf started the “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” Edition. The overhang candidate from last time went with 64,000 euros.
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