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Breakdown in the jungle camp final: viewers can overhear the moderators' small talk about Djamila

2023-02-01T18:19:44.954Z


Djamila Rowe is the new jungle queen: The 55-year-old prevailed in the jungle camp final against Lucas Cordalis and Gigi Birofio. RTL viewers witnessed a live glitch when Sonja Zietlow and Jan Köppen talked.


Djamila Rowe is the new jungle queen: The 55-year-old prevailed in the jungle camp final against Lucas Cordalis and Gigi Birofio.

RTL viewers witnessed a live glitch when Sonja Zietlow and Jan Köppen talked.

Australia – Djamila Rowe won the 16th season of the jungle camp (“I'm a star, get me out of here”) on Sunday evening (01/29/2023) on RTL.

In the final, the East Berliner received the most calls from the audience and was crowned the new jungle queen.

Djamila Rowe gets the most calls from viewers in the final of the 2023 jungle camp

For 17 days, RTL viewers watched Djamila starve in the Australian jungle.

With her calm streak, her self-mockery, her funny everyday anecdotes and her moving story, she inspired the millions of fans of the jungle camp.

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Djamila Rowe is Jungle Queen 2023.

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In the jungle camp final, Djamila first beat Lucas Cordalis with 52.79% and then Gigi Birofio with 62.26%.

The former “Joop” model thus won the prize money of 100,000 euros.

"A very big thank you to everyone who supported me," said Djamila as a first reaction to her victory in the jungle.

Live glitch in the jungle camp final: viewers hear what Sonja Zietlow and Jan chat about Djamila

Around 9:26 a.m. Australian time, Djamila Rowe strutted along the long suspension bridge in the Australian jungle to get the jungle crown put on by the moderators Sonja Zietlow (54) and Jan Köppen (39).

But during the walk of the new jungle queen, the RTL viewers witnessed a live glitch on RTL.

@ichbineinstar.de A greeting from our jungle queen Djamila I. 😍 #IBES #Dschungelcamp #RTL #DjamilaRowe #FürDich ♬ Original sound - ichbineinstar.de

Zietlow's and Köppen's microphones were obviously still open, which the two of them didn't know because they spoke indistinctly and quietly.

Sonja Zietlow and Jan Köppen chatted privately about Rowe, who was on her way to them.

  • Sonja Zietlow

    : "She walks the red carpet.

    Ahhh, Our Queen.”

  • Jan Köppen:

    "I don't think she can believe it at all."

  • Sonja Zietlow

    : "No.

    So sweet.

    I'm happy for them (

    sobs

    ).”

  • Jan Köppen:

    "I think a lot of people are happy for them."

  • Sonja Zietlow

    : "Apparently a lot of people called for you.

    Oh, she doesn't even have a handkerchief.

    Do we have a tissue?"

  • Jan Köppen:

    "We definitely did something like that."

  • Sonja Zietlow:

    (

    small fireworks explode)

    : "Oops.

    Now I'm scared, guess what, Djamila too."

The live glitch makes it clear that the moderators were really happy for the Berliner.

When Djamila Rowe sat on her jungle throne, Sonja Zietlow couldn't hold back a tear on the live show.

"Thank you that so many viewers have recognized my true soul," said winner Djamila.

But the visibly moved Sonja Zietlow also lost a few words at the end of the 16th season of the jungle camp on RTL.

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Presenter Sonja Zietlow addressed touching words to Jan Köppen

"A very special thanks to Jan, who really gave us a wonderful season.

Now I'm getting emotional again," she said, wiping another tear from her face.

TV viewers don't get much of what happens in the jungle camp.

So also in 2023: RTL kept some scenes under lock and key.

Sources used

: RTL+

List of rubrics: © RTL+

Source: merkur

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