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Live breakdown in the TV garden: Employee simply pushes viewers out of the way

2023-06-04T20:21:07.812Z

Highlights: ZDF cameras show strange scene: TV garden employee pushes viewers out of the way. In the latest episode of the ZDF television garden, an employee pushed some guests away. With performances by Hansi Hinterseer, Fantasy and Semino Rossi, "dance fever" was offered in the Fernsehgarten. With their country band More Than Words, Stefanie Hertel (43) and Johanna Mross (21) caused great enthusiasm among the spectators in the open-air arena.



Did they really want to show that on TV? In the latest episode of the ZDF television garden, an employee pushed some guests away.

Mainz – This Sunday (4 June), the ZDF television garden was all about dance. Even the "Let's Dance" winners Anna Ermakova (23) and Valetin Lusin (36) were guests of Andrea Kiewel (57) for the occasion. Despite the exuberant atmosphere, there was also a strange scene between the audience and an employee of the popular show on the Lerchenberg in Mainz.

At the appearance of Stefanie Hertel and daughter Johanna: TV garden employee pushes audience away

With performances by Hansi Hinterseer (69), Fantasy and Semino Rossi (61), "dance fever" was offered in the Fernsehgarten this week. While Stefan Mross had to fight against the rain with "Immer wieder sonntags", the ZDF audience swayed back and forth under a bright blue sky. The guest list also included the ex-wife and daughter of the star trumpeter. With their country band More Than Words, Stefanie Hertel (43) and Johanna Mross (21) really heated up the audience.

The musical mother-daughter team caused great enthusiasm among the spectators in the open-air arena - but an employee may have dampened the cheerful mood for some of them somewhat. Because when the performance of Stefanie Hertel and Johanna begins, the camera pans over the audience and shows a Fernsehgarten crew member who steps into the crowd and frantically pushes some standing Schlager fans out of the way.

ZDF-Fernsehgarten 2023: These are the motto shows known so far

11 June 2023: Garden Games

25 June 2023: Schlager party

30 July 2023: Mallorca

13 August 2023: Schlagerfestival

September 03, 2023: Rock in the Garden

10 September 2023: Tiergarten

24 September 2023: Oktoberfest

(Source: ticketservice.zdf.de

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ZDF cameras show strange scene: TV garden employee pushes viewers out of the way

In a live recording, where the footage cannot be edited afterwards, certain procedures have to be followed and it seems as if the group of spectators has blocked the view of the stage. However, the fact that the employee's intervention was captured by the cameras was certainly not planned in this way. After all, the TV garden is all about having fun – and pushing the guests away didn't really seem particularly fun and relaxed.

Should viewers see it that way? In the ZDF television garden, an employee simply pushed some guests out of the way. © Screenshot/ZDF-Fernsehgarten/Episode of 4 June 2023 (photomontage)

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Despite the relaxed atmosphere and pop hits to sing along, things get a bit chaotic on the Lerchenberg from time to time. Last week, Andrea Kiewel asked an expert a question in the TV garden and then ignored him. Sources used:ZDF-Fernsehgarten/Episode of 4 June 2023

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