Last week, moderator Günther Jauch (64) had to contact the disease for the first time during his 31-year television career. The reason: infected with corona. That is why he was unable to participate in RTL “because you don’t know what will happen! Jauch-Gottschalk-Schöneberger’s performance”.
The medium will also be transferred to the studio via a Saturday video call. Curator asks Barbara Schoneberger (47) about his authenticity. And even if Gauche looked fit, smiling, and in a suit, his values might be better. “I am fine in principle,” he says. But: “I was told I’m not doing a good job. The values of the virus are harmful to me.”
Günther Jauch’s viral load is ‘bad’
He also explains to Thomas Gottschalk (70) and Schönberger how his tests were performed. After the first positive test, another test was performed. After that, he was told that he would not be allowed outside the front door for the foreseeable future. His viral load was measured. “That was fine for me in the beginning. Unfortunately, it got worse and worse.”
Now it takes a few days before he can do his next test. “I just have to be patient. This is the case now. This shows you that Corona is not a small number after all.”
There is no home tour by Günther Jauch
Despite the serious problem, our TV colleagues still joke a little with each other. Even commentator Thorsten Schorn (45) tries to convince Jauch to take a video tour of his home. But the “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” star doesn’t really want to get involved. But he promises to keep up with that next Saturday. Because it remains unclear if Jauch will be in the next version of “Because they don’t know what’s going to happen! The Jauch-Gottschalk-Schöneberger Show” “He could be there in the studio. At the end of the conversation, Thomas Gottschalk wished his colleague a” speedy recovery “and confirms Gunther, take good care of yourself. (Puff)
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