“Bet that…?”Thomas Gottschalk presses Michelle Hunziker about her love life
“Wetten, dass…” is not the only talk of the town about the candidates. Some of the antics of the iconic presenter are in the spotlight.
The cult show “Wetten, dass…?” yesterday she again ran live on the TV screens – alongside the moderator Thomas Gottschalk (72), of course, the blonde Swiss Michelle Hunziker (45) could not be missing. Gottschalk wasn’t shy about asking his guest host a few personal questions about her love life. Shortly after their last encounter, Hunziker was with one A six pack doctor landed, said the 72-year-old. He alluded to Hunziker’s relationship with the Italian doctor Giovanni Angliolini (41). “Too bad you say that now,” Hunziker’s evasive reply.
But Gottschalk is not satisfied with this and immediately follows twice: “On Monday, the press can write: Michelle is back with Tomas!” Hunziker laughs with apparent ease and says, “Okay, let’s get to our betting guests.”
In an interview with Schweizer Illustrierte Hunziker recently said üAbout the love comeback between her and her ex Tomas Trussard: “Right now I’m at a point in my life where I want to consciously live my private life myself.” For this reason, he does not actually comment on it.
A round joke about Robbie Williams
But Hunziker wasn’t the only one who had to listen to some very direct and intimate statements. Superstar Robbie Williams was also a guest and took a seat on the notorious couch. Comedian and actor Christoph Maria Herbst (Stromberg) also sat there.
The topic of the panel discussion was aging and thinning hair. Robbie Williams then revealed his beauty tip: He would work a lot of hair powder into his mane. A steep template for Christoph Maria Herbst, who said: “Better on the hair than through the nose.” A murmur went through the audience, so this was clear An allusion to the British singer’s drug past.
While Williams greeted the diss with nothing more than a stoic smile, Gottschalk said in summary, “We’re getting more and more out of it.” And Michelle Hunziker switched to a strategy that deftly deflected attention from her own embarrassing moment: announcing another bet.
Wrong first name for Giulia Gwinn
Soccer players Alexandra Popp and Giulia Gwinn also sat on the most famous German couch – after which Gottschalk called the latter by the wrong first name: Giuliana. The 72-year-old man apparently did not even notice his misfortune, but he repeated it in a question about the local hero: “Giuliano, you were born around the corner. Is it a kind of home game for you, sitting in the hall here in Friedrichshafen?’
The Bayern defender kept his cool and did not react to the moderator’s mistake, but replied: “Definitely. Anyway, it’s a huge honor to be here – and when it’s in Friedrichshafen, where I grew up, where my whole family can be today, it’s obviously something very special. I was able to combine it with a weekend at home.’
Corona disease Alexander Zvererv
Another drop of bitterness: Tennis star Alexander Zverev (25) had to cancel his appearance on the show due to the coronavirus. He apologized to fans via a video message. Here, too, Gottschalk can’t resist the old saying: “We were lucky.” He’d look better alone than the two of us together.”
Of course, despite the faux pas, there was still something to be happy about. Bookmaker Martin Reiss (41) from Lützerath in North Rhine-Westphalia can find one out of 1,000 fingerprints within 60 seconds. A talent that earned the Germans a whopping prize money of 50,000 euros. According to the climate activist, he wants to save his village from coal miners.
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