Kievel still plays with this trick question

18.11.2022, 10:2518.11.2022, 12:23

leo helfenberger

RTL once again broadcast a quiz show yesterday. In the celebrity special of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” Four celebrities were allowed to participate: musician Max Mutzke, presenter Jan Köppen, presenter Andrea Kiewel and comedian Bastian Bielendorfer. And since they are all already rich, the total profit of 317,000 euros was donated in full.

The only woman in the round, TV presenter Garden Kievel, beat out her three male colleagues in the race for the highest amount. In fact, she came to the question for 500,000 euros, where she then had to throw in the towel. She had already exhausted her nerves with the previous question. How far would you have gone? Try it here:

Andrea Kiewel manages 125,000 euros!

Kiewel is reasonably relaxed during the first few questions. So he ends up with two jokers when he is asked what is more common in Germany: elementary schools, cinemas, ice cream parlors or gyms. After the use of the 50-50 wild card, elementary schools and movie theaters remained. Her additional joker from the audience guesses her first, but isn’t sure.

Finally, he bets on primary schools and promises: “If I screw up, I’ll give 10,000 euros out of my pocket.” Her own wallet is not affected, because the answer is correct! However, when it comes to the question of the TIF or MIF principle, Kiewel also has to give up.

Celebrity special about who wants to be a millionaire and Günther Jauch on RTL

Kievel was still happy about his victory and then this question comes up.Image: RTL

The money went to the RTL donation marathon for the help of children.

Do you want more questions? Right over here!

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