After a one-day breather, model Tessa Bergmeier has to go back to the jungle test.
The viewers of the RTL jungle camp voted for the former candidate of "Germany's Next Top Model" in the episode broadcast on Tuesday evening. She now has to compete on Wednesday in a team with designer Claudia Effenberg and radio presenter Verena Kerth, who were also selected by the audience. The spectators voted Bergmeier into a test for the fourth time.
Previously, Jana Pallaske had "I'm a star – get me out of here!" completed their first exam and collected six stars out of a possible twelve. To do this, the actress had to climb around 25 meters above the ground on a metal frame dubbed the "Nasty Wheel".
Meanwhile, in the camp, singer Lucas Cordalis told about his father's death. Costa Cordalis, who went down in RTL history as the first jungle king in 2004, died in 2019. "I always thought my father was immortal," said Lucas Cordalis. "We did everything together, we were best friends." In the jungle, he doesn't just want to be sad, he also wants to have fun. His father remembered the show fondly throughout his life.
Entertainer Cosimo Citiolo, who rapped for the campers and reported on his unsuccessful participation in "Deutschland sucht den Superstar", ensured a good mood. He didn't mind the regularly devastating criticism from chief judge Dieter Bohlen: "He was really right, I couldn't sing." Nevertheless, he was often booked for appearances because of his DSDS awareness.