The season opener of “I'm a star – get me out of here” knew no mercy. Harald Glööckler struggled with his fear of heights – and Peter Althof with warthog testicles.

Eleven instead of twelve candidates moved into the jungle camp. Lucas Cordalis has to stay in quarantine because of a positive corona test. Also present (from left to right): Filip Pavlovi, Peter Althof, Eric Stehfest, Linda Nobat, Manuel Flickinger, Tina Ruland, Jasmin Herren, Harald Glööckler, Tara Tabitha, Janina Youssefian, and Anouschka Renzi.

Already in episode 1 the jungle celebrities have to taste innards

The moderation duo Daniel Hartwich and Sonja Zietlow welcomed the group. And divided them into two teams. The reason?

Already in episode 1 the jungle celebrities have to taste innards

Before the celebrities were allowed to move into the camp, there was the well-known body search, followed by the first challenges. While one team went down a cliff, the other campers in the air didn't exactly go too smoothly. Harald Glööckler, Filip Pavlović, Janina Youssefian, Tara Tabitha and Eric Stehfest had to cross huge balloons at dizzying heights.

That's what it's all about

  • The new season of the TV show “I'm a Star – Get Me Out of Here” started on RTL on Friday. The program is moderated by Sonja Zietlow (53) and Daniel Hartwich (43).

  • This year, eleven celebrities – Lucas Cordalis (54) was missing due to a corona infection at the start – moved into the jungle camp in South Africa.

  • The candidates fight for a total of 17 episodes from now on in circumstances unworthy of a celebrity around the jungle crown.

  • We have summarized the highlights (and low points) of the first episode for you in the photo gallery.

Watch out friends of cultivated trash TV: Since Friday evening, eleven lesser-known to very unknown celebrity bush drummers have been suffering again – Lucas Cordalis (54) missed the start due to a corona infection – voluntarily for the 15th edition of the RTL show “I I'm a star – get me out of here!” in the unluxurious wilderness. This year, the VIPs gossip, argue, choke and cry around the campfire and in the jungle tests in South Africa – and not in Australia as usual. But the goal remains the same: the crowning of the jungle queen or jungle king.

Disgusting tests right at the beginning

The moderation team in the new edition of the RTL show – of course – consists of Sonja Zietlow (53) and Daniel Hartwich (43). This time, however, the two have to moderate the program in the dark from the tree house. The moderation is broadcast live and with a time difference of just one hour, it is already night at 10 p.m. in South Africa. Also present again: Dr. Bob, the doctor whom celebrities trust with minor and major ailments in the jungle camp.

There was an adjustment phase for Eric Stehfest (32), Jasmin Herren (43), Harald Glööckler (56) and Co. in the season opener Not: Already in episode one, the more or less famous campers had to eat sheep's eyes and warthog testicles and hunt for stars at dizzying heights. You can read who and what else there was to talk about when moving into the jungle camp in the photo gallery above.

On the following days, the jungle camp will be broadcast on RTL as follows: On January 22nd from 10:30 p.m , dated
23. January to January 27 from 10.15 p.m., on January 28 from 9.30 p.m., from January 29 to February 3 from 10.15 p.m. and the final on February 4 starts at 9.30 p.m.

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By Teresa Tapmleton

Teresa Tampleton has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Nizh TEkegram, Teresa Tampleton worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teresa@ntelegram.com 1-800-268-7341

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