Celebrities out of control!
On Tuesday evening, the hit show “Who steals the show from me” by moderator Joko Winterscheidt (43) entered its fourth season. Three celebrity candidates and one wildcard winner have to prevail against their opponents in several games and in the end have the opportunity to steal Joko’s job and moderate the next show.
At first they all loved each other: Musician and moderator Olli Schulz (48) welcomed Joko with a warm hug. After actor Fahri Yardim (41), actress Nilam Farooq (32) and wildcard winner Lena (26) had also taken a seat, Joko already suspected what could still happen to him.
“Now is the moment when everyone is still cool with each other,” says Joko. And Schulz promptly complained shortly afterwards about the candidate selection: “I didn’t know that Fahri Yardim was also there.” Otherwise he wouldn’t have come at all.
Already in the first game “The Light Five”, however, the singer-songwriter was gripped by serious self-doubt: “I’m already ashamed of myself, even though I haven’t done anything yet. I’m so stupid!” And then there was a problem with listening! The question “Which W-word do you use to ask about the genitive?” Schulz fell into despair: “What do you ask about the Yeti? With which W-word?” He guessed wildly and caused loud laughter: “Where is the Wi*****?”
Joko has to tame rowdy brawlers
Shortly thereafter, Yardim accused Schulz of whispering an answer to wild card candidate Lena and stormed towards him: “What did you tell her?” He ranted: “I didn’t say anything! What do you want here now, you fucker?”
Yardim made ready to attack Schulz with his quiz stool, but was able to hold back. The next escalation followed in the game “The Fiesen Vier”. There were several correct answer options, but only the one who chooses his answer gets a point.
When the years were to be named in which Germany became soccer world champions, Yardim decided on “1990” and thus brought Schulz on the barricades again. He scolded: “You’re so stupid, ey! How can anyone be so stupid? I was looking at you. I showed you what I take!”
Host Joko became more and more desperate: “The fact is that you both lead by seven points and you yell at each other here as if it were about moving out!” Peace was far from in sight for the two, however, for the subsequent jump-off demanded Schulz: “Arm wrestling!”
Yardim had something else in mind: “Dick comparison. Please, please, I win.” Winterscheidt could hardly help laughing, but stopped the “Jerks” actor: “It’s a family show!”
Yardim rampages in the studio
But Yardim was far from fired. The challenge of only getting a point after a total of eight buzzers were pressed in a row caused him to whine at first: “I broke my finger!”
Shortly thereafter, however, he lost control of himself and punched and kicked the wall. Joko was horrified: “Stop it!” He assessed the damage: a big hole in the wall, right next to his own, which he had caused in a previous season.
Fahri made preparations to repair the damage and complained to the whole group about his suffering: “I was already stressed out with the three lawyers from ProSieben. They put me in a headlock and tortured me by rubbing my head so that I shouldn’t make so many dick and vagina jokes. I shouldn’t talk so much about dicks and vul…vulvinas. I’ve stuck with it until now. But it can’t be that the technology is crazy here. And the hole looked so lonely, your hole.”
Joko’s desperation grew more and more, at some point he groaned: “We’ve known each other for too long. You make me aggressive in private.”
Nevertheless, Yardim made it to the final, but was unable to prevail against the hosts. Joko Winterscheidt can also moderate “Who steals the show from me” next Tuesday – and has to try again to keep the wild candidates under control.
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