Moderation: Michael Genähr
Michael Genähr has two carefully cultivated receding hairlines and the irresistible charm of a vacuum cleaner salesman. He can babble without restraint and yet hold the reins of events in such an authoritative way. Someone like that should be a talk show host. Or a cabaret artist. And again and again this Michael Genähr; he turns the evening into a satire on the rites of the German entertainment business. After the camouflage of the "Titanic" editor Bernd Fritz with Thomas Gottschalk, Genähr should host the "Grand Prix" one day. With his wicked jokes, the man belongs unleashed on a real TV audience.