On Monday evening (November 28) there was another nomination on "Promi Big Brother" (Sat.1). But before that, the celebrity residents again had open and honest conversations in the TV container, above all boxing manager Rainer Gottwald (56) and actress Katy Karrenbauer (59).
The latter told the loft conversation with reality star Micaela Schäfer (39), who spoke of her desire to have children and that she "only wanted to be a mother at 50", about her own experiences: she was pregnant at the age of 20, but had an abortion. "The reason was the man I was pregnant with. He was about to graduate from high school and he said the sentence: 'Please don't spoil my life'," explained Karrenbauer. This sentence was very burned in. Ultimately, she made the decision alone and discussed it with her mother, who gave her little support. "She later admitted that she had reacted incorrectly," the actress looks back. It's a shame that she doesn't have any children, but "I've never been a mother," said Karrenbauer. Schäfer, who had an abortion herself "very young", finds it important to speak openly about the subject, as it is not a taboo subject for her.
Rainer Gottwald also found open words in the garage. He experienced the tsunami in Thailand in 2004 and in 2009 the experience caught up with him again. "I was totally burned out," explained Gottwald, who was also going through a divorce. "I was about to throw myself out the window." But he continued to fight, especially for his two children. His wife Chariya also helped the boxing manager through the personal crisis: "She saved me."
In the “Celebrity Bog Brother” house there were a few moves again: singer Jay Khan (41) was allowed to move to the loft, “Popstars” winner Doreen Steinert (36) and Micaela Schäfer had to go to the garage.
Catrin Heyne (38) and Jennifer Iglesias (24) were nominated in the end and will make the next exit among themselves. After two voluntary moves and the exits of Diana Schell (52) and Jörg Dahlmann (63), the decision will be made on Tuesday.
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