Not quite finished? Big Brother seems to have taken a summer heat break. Because he sends his residents at "Promi Big Brother" on SAT.1 (from Friday, August 17) to the "construction site".
On 70 square meters, between camping toilet, fireplace, cold water tap and construction trailer, sealed off from the outside world, the celebrities have to settle in and arrange themselves. Without privacy, without bathrooms, without beds. That could be "tough" in the truest sense of the word.
Luxury items such as cigarettes, beer, camping shower or shampoo can only be drawn from a vending machine, the "Big Spender", using coins. These coins must first be earned in challenges.
But the "construction site" also has a sunny side: the celebrities get to spend the whole day outdoors.
With reality star Sophia Vegas, self-made millionaire Prince Heinz von Sayn-Wittgenstein, casting show winner Alphonso Williams, "Marienhof" star Nicole Belstler-Boettcher, Internet phenomenon Katja Krasavice, model and heartthrob Johannes Haller, TV starlet and flirting expert Chethrin Schulze, European decathlon champion Pascal Behrenbruch and star psychic Mike Shiva, the first nine residents have already moved in.
How the luxury spoiled celebrities do in their first days on the "construction site" show Jochen Schropp and Marlene Lufen in the big "Promi Big Brother" start show on Friday, August 17, at 8:15 p.m., live on SAT.1. In addition, the three "Secret residents" will move into Germany's most prominent WG live on the show on Friday.
New: The "Viewer Box". Once a day, residents get a box delivered to their house. Useful or bullshit? What's in the box is decided online by "Celebrity Big Brother" fans. At www.promibigbrother.de can be voted whether the celebrities get e.g. a portion of soluble coffee or a mouse pad.
"Promi Big Brother" - Friday, August 17 to Friday, August 31, live daily on SAT.1
- every Friday at 20:15
- daily at 22:15
Promi Big Brother" is produced by Endemol Shine Germany on behalf of SAT.1.
The Tickets for the Start show are unfortunately already booked out.
Tickets for the Halftime show and the finale at MMC Studios are still at tickets.endemolshine.com available.
Cover photo: ©SAT.1/Willi Weber