Shortly before the sixth season finale of “Who Will Steal the Show?” (December 17th, 8:15 p.m., ProSieben) there has been a change in the moderation position. Actor Matthias Schweighöfer (42), who stole the job from Joko Winterscheidt (44) in issue three and defended it against him in the following episode, invited people to his “Show of 100 Emotions” on Sunday evening (December 11th). In the end, it was the feeling of joy that prevailed for challenger Hazel Brugger (30), who beat Schweighöfer in the final.
This means Brugger has the best chance of watching the sixth season of “Who steals the show from me?” next week. to win. It didn't look like it at the beginning of episode five: After wildcard guest Nataly (26) had to say goodbye as the first candidate, Brugger almost got kicked out in the second prize stage against Florian David Fitz (49) - in the end it happened but the once again unhappy actor.
Her subsequent duel with Winterscheidt for the finals was also exciting. With a tie in points, we went into the equally popular and feared teleprompter challenge, in which gaps in the text have to be filled correctly. Brugger showed the courage to take the gap and moved surprisingly confidently into the final against Schweighöfer, who turned out to be the real final champion this season - it was already his fourth.
But just before the season finale, the actor's nerves were apparently fraying. Brugger was ahead 2-0 early on and kept their lead at the finish. On December 17th she will be appearing on the show for the first time and will have to defend the show against Winterscheidt, Fitz, Schweighöfer and a new wildcard candidate. Then the cover photo of the “Rätsel-Karussell”, which Bill Kaulitz (34) most recently adorned, beckons you too.