Von: Sarah Wolzen
The new season of “I’m a star – get me out of here!” is currently providing the best entertainment. But many jungle camp fans are very angry about one thing: the interruption because of “RTL Direct”.
Murwillumbah, Australia – Day 4 in the jungle. The participants of “I’m a star – get me out of here!” are starting to lose their nerves. But there is also displeasure among the fans of the jungle camp.
Day 4 in the jungle camp puts campers and spectators in a bad mood
After four days at IBES, the masks of the jungle camp candidates are slowly falling. Jana URKRAFT and Verena Kerth fight each other. Everyone has to starve because Cosimo and Tessa only got two stars in the jungle test. Markus Mörl is plagued with a problem that has caused great torment for the campers since the beginning of the jungle story: the toilet is not working as desired.
So much drama and suffering – what more could a jungle fan’s heart desire? No interruptions to the news. Many RTL viewers agree on that. Because commercial breaks are one thing, a break for “RTL Direkt” is another. At 11:10 p.m., instead of maggots, cockroaches and the like, we suddenly went to the TV studio – followed by a ten-minute break for “RTL Direkt” with Pinar Atalay.
Jungle camp fans are angry about the interruption with RTL Direkt
Suddenly confronted with harsh reality during an entertainment show? An absolute no-go for many IBES viewers. They vent their anger on Twitter. “I don’t want to hear anything from real life in the middle of IBES,” says a jungle camp fan. “They don’t really interrupt right away with RTL Direkt,” says a second angry. “I hate it,” said a third party, while the next explained: “RTL Direct is now always brushing time.”
Jungle camp interruption by RTL direct
IBES fans will have to adjust to the fact that “I’m a star – get me out of here!” is interrupted by RTL Direkt. The news show will also be shown during the jungle camp in the coming days.
Meanwhile, Djamila Rowe has other concerns. The constant hunger reminds her of her difficult childhood. As a child, the jungle camp candidate often had to starve. Sources used: RTL+; Twitter