New country, new camp, new exams and a new king of the jungle: On Sunday evening (February 20th, from 8:15 p.m. on RTL and RTL+), the stars of the 15th season of “I’m a star – get me out of here!” looking back on her time in the South African jungle. It was not without reason that RTL called the reunion “The Aftermath”. As Jungle King Filip Pavlovic (27) announced shortly after his victory, there would “still be a need to talk” when we met again in Cologne. And there was…
Anouschka Renzi and Jasmin Herren will not become friends
Anouschka Renzi (57) caused quite a stir in the camp in the anniversary season. The actress has clashed with almost every resident at least once. There was a lot of stress, especially with Jasmin Herren (43), who made it clear again at the reunion in Cologne: “You said what you said.” Anouschka repeatedly blasphemed behind her back. “You called me Asi bride. […] You said shitty bastards,” so the accusations from men. As always, Anouschka didn’t want to be told: “Jasmine, I think that’s enough now.” From her point of view, everything was “torn apart” in production. But the pop singer didn’t respond: “You don’t forbid me to shut up.” The end of the song: the two apparently won’t be friends anymore.
With Tara Tabitha and Filip Pavlovic it has come to an end
In the jungle camp they were the supposed dream couple – despite some ups and downs in front of the camera. In the aftermath, however, things looked completely different between Filip Pavlovic and Tara Tabitha (29). First, Filip explained that the two had met in the hotel before moving into the camp. While he denied that the two had become physically close, Tara claimed that there was a kiss in the bedroom. “Stick to your story Filip, I know what happened. Tell people what you want,” Tara railed against the ex-“Bachelorette” contestant. “I can’t understand that a woman is lying, that we kissed,” said Filip. In the end it was statement against statement – there was no reconciliation between the two.
Linda Nobat is “disappointed” by exam refuser Eric Stehfest
Eric Stehfest’s (32) refusal to take the exam undoubtedly went down in jungle camp history. The ex-“GZSZ” star had deliberately refused the exam because there are “people in the camp who openly say that they really suck at me, that my personality sucks. And that’s why I’m not willing to gamble for food for these people.” This also caused a stir in the “postlude”. Linda Nobat (27) had a lot to say in this regard: “In my opinion, he put on a huge show in the camp and afterwards he didn’t exchange a single word with any of us.” In the camp was Linda found it “strange” that he had been very “sensitive and nice” that there was a “cut”. Her impression: “Everything in the camp was played.”
Eric justified his behavior as follows: His wife Edith (27) went to him directly after he moved out and claimed that he should watch out for Tara, Linda and Jasmine because they had slandered him. Linda denies it: “Nobody talked about you like that, Eric.” She maintained that the actor was pulling off his “Eric show.” After Edith Stehfest, who was in the audience during the “postlude”, clarified that Linda had described Eric as “ratty” on the jungle phone, the situation boiled over. In the end, Linda and Eric both agreed, “We’re not going to be friends anymore.”
Emotional farewell to Daniel Hartwich
Last but not least, “The Aftermath” had an emotional ending. It was the last jungle show for and with Daniel Hartwich (43). In early February, it became public knowledge that the 15th season was also his last. Since 2013 he has been in front of the camera with Sonja Zietlow (53) for the format. Hartwich’s farewell caused tears for the otherwise humorous and good-humoured moderator. “My biggest thanks go to Sonja, who made it so easy for me in 2013, even though it was so difficult. It was a crazy time, it was a crazy adventure. I can’t think of anyone I would rather have done it with,” Hartwich said. “I don’t need to say anything other than my tears. Thank you for nine unforgettable years,” said Zietlow, visibly touched, before hugging her colleague.