“Who steals the show from me?”: Joko can defend his job

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta February 2, 2022
Updated 2022/02/02 at 4:22 AM

Another win! When the last episode of the third season of “Who steals the show from me?” can be seen on February 8th, Joko Winterscheidt (43) will have to defend his job as moderator again. In the current issue he was able to prevail against singer Mark Forster (39).

In the previous episodes, Winterscheidt had only lost to Forster, but was then able to win against the 39-year-old and bring the show back. He then lost to comedian Anke Engelke (56), whom he then defeated in the fourth episode.

Considerable lead for Forster

Although the format presented itself as charming as usual, it wasn’t really that exciting this time. Forster had gained such a large lead early on that his entry into the final was soon in sight. Already after the third of a total of eight categories, the singer led with 15 points ahead of Engelke, entertainer Riccardo Simonetti (28) and wildcard candidate Sarra (32), who together brought it to ten points.

First, the wildcard owner had to leave the show – followed by Engelke and Simonetti. In the finale, moderator Katrin Bauerfeind (39) waited again with her questions for Forster and Winterscheidt. And the end result wasn’t exactly close either. The moderator was able to take the lead directly and even extend it – because he had played well, so to speak. He knew that a one-on-one duel in poker is called “heads-up,” Forster didn’t. It was finally 5 to 2 for Winterscheidt, who happily roared “My show!”.

ProSieben will show the last episode of “Who is stealing the show?” on February 8th at 8:15 p.m. Forster becomes a candidate again and Winterscheidt remains the moderator.


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