Martina Wilde wants to appear in the TV quiz “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” Get it over with as quickly as possible. But when it comes to the name of the “Tagestemen” spokesman, the candidate falters.
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- In the Euro 2000 question, the candidate “Who wants to be a millionaire?” was chosen. Martina Wild Suddenly unsure.
- What is the first name of “Tagesthemen” presenter Zamperoni?
- At one point, Gunther Jauch claims about his TV colleague: “He is Turkish and his name is Erdem.” Even the test master must laugh at his lapse.
He barely sits Martina Wild In the program “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” – Ratstuhl-Platz Presenter Günter Jauch reveals what the candidate told him shortly before the show.
“She said, ‘If you come to your chair, you’ll go through everything quickly. I have no problem with that.’
Perhaps Jauch already suspected that things would be different during the show.
Candidate Wilde: “Should I look up the word now?”
When it comes to the issue of Euro 2000, Supervisor Jauch wants to know who Candidate Wild is:
The first name of the presenter of “Tagesthemen” Zamperoni can literally be found in What? A: Rheingold, B: Wallcor, C: Siegfried, D: Götterdämmerung.
Martin-Wilde immediately makes it clear that she’s on the fence: “Now it would be useful to know this broadcaster’s first name.”
Gautsch: “He cannot be called Siegfried.”
Wilde: “What’s the good name of Zamperoni?” Do I really have to look up the word now?”
Gautsch: “Where else?”
Wilde: “And Mr. Gauche was laughing up his sleeve…”
Günter Jauch smiles: “Erdem Zamperoni”
At one point, quiz master Yauch claims about his TV colleague Zamperoni: “He’s Turkish and his name is Erdem.” Günter Jauch himself had to laugh at his gaffe and happily add: “Erdem Zamperoni.”
Meanwhile, Martina Wilde is still in the dark. Apparently she had never heard of Zamperoni, the host of “Tagesthemen.” After a long back and forth, I decided on the Joker for the audience.
Günter Jauch believes the correct answer is 99 percent. In fact, two percent of the viewers in the TV studio were wrong and chose C, i.e. Siegfried.
The candidate now thinks she has guessed the first name of the “Tagesthemen” speaker. “Reinhold, right?” she asks.
Günter Jauch: “His ancestors are turning in their graves”
Günter Jauch always shook his head at Wilde’s lack of plans. “Reinhold Zamperoni…his Italian ancestors are turning in their graves.”
As 98 percent of the studio viewers guessed Rheingold, Martina Wilde finally logged in and found out from Günter Jauch: “His name is Ingo. Ingo Zamperoni!” That’s why the answer is correct, because Ingo is hiding in RheINGOld.
Despite the crazy speculation surrounding the name of the “Tagesthemen” presenter, Martina Wilde returned home with no less than 32 thousand euros at the end of the evening.
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