An era ends in “Bares for Rares”: On Sunday, expert Albert Meyer was last seen on the ZDF junk show. A sad moment for moderator Horst Lichter.
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- in “Bars for Rares” Sunday afternoon is over.
- Ten years after the ZDF flea show began, expert Albert Meyer was last seen.
- The art and antiques specialist appreciated the candidates’ finds and supported the moderator Horst Lichter with his knowledge.
Horst Lichter has been offering the popular ZDF spam for ten years “Bars for Rares”.
There from the Beginning: Albert Meyer. The art and antiques specialist valued the candidates’ finds and supported the supervisor with his knowledge.
“I have decided to retire well-deserved,” Lechter said Sunday on camera, explaining the reason for the end.
Spotlight on Mayer: “a person, a friend, a role model”
In the special edition, Horst Lichter and the “Bares for Rares” team look back on the sweetest moments with the 73-year-old Mayer.
Horst Lichter had tears in his eyes
After an hour and a half with many outtakes from the past few years, Lichter and Meier finally stand together in front of the camera for the last time.
A sad moment for the 61-year-old medium, who gets really emotional at the end of the show. “She wasn’t just an expert on love and passion. But also a person, a friend, a role model,” Lechter said with tears in his eyes to Meyer, who was also visibly moved.
Then the “Bares for Rares” team got on camera again and roasted the experts together. co-mate later Sven Deutschmann On Instagram, an emotional farewell video. Stop icon! Thank you Albert – you are a veteran,” he wrote.
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