Günter Jauch usually protects his private life like a treasure of gold. Now he has revealed in a podcast about the advantages he has as a celebrity and that sometimes impossible things are possible for him.
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- Günter Jauch is a guest on the “Baywatch Berlin” podcast.
- The TV presenter reveals the advantages he has as a prominent figure in Germany.
- “There are 20-year-olds who have never noticed me in their lives. And then there are the 40-year-olds who are behind it: ‘Do you really know whose ass I just kicked?’” says Yauch.
Günther Jauch is a guest on the podcast “Baywatch Berlin” By Klas Hefer-Umlauf, Jakob Lundt, and Thomas Schmidt. The trio mostly talks about the big and small things in life.
After half an hour of pleasant chat with Gautsch, Lundt suddenly realized: “Everyone really knows her.” This will be the director of the program “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” It will definitely help you get the celebrity reward on a regular basis.
“We have seen for ten years how Klass can sometimes walk around the world as a celebrity,” Schmidt supports his colleague’s statement, while Hefer-Umlauf adds: “And it’s better with Mr. Jauch. Everyone loves him.”
Günter Jauch: “I always find it funny”
Günter Jauch waves away first. Later he thinks of another story. When he goes to the hardware store, it’s not like, “There are three of them helping me with combination pliers.” Younger employees in particular won’t know him at all.
“There are 20-year-olds who have never noticed me in their lives. And then there are the 40-year-olds who are behind it: ‘Do you really know whose ass I just kicked?’
The jauch doesn’t seem to be a problem. Quite the opposite. “I always find that funny.”
For Gauch, impossible things became possible
Later, Yauch tells another story that makes you realize that impossible things became possible for the 67-year-old TV presenter.
“There’s something in our family that I find really funny,” Yauch says. His wife, Thea, once went to a bakery shortly before closing time and wanted coffee Togo They ask.
The employee then told her several times that she was late and that “there really isn’t any coffee.” “I’m already out.”
This excuse was valid at least as long as his wife was alone in the store. As soon as Gautsch stood next to his wife, the salesman said:
“Mr. Jauch!” Welcome! Do you want coffee?”
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