“Ditt & Datt & Dittrich”: “The Islanders” conquer the “summer home of the stars”
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Please mix it again! The new staff: “cheap people with no level”. Another topic on “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich” this week: Bauer Patrick’s singing career. Can this go well?
In the “Summer House of the Stars” hardly anyone is left of the original apartment share. Most recently, the Baslers voluntarily gave up the field due to Mario’s physical condition. Now the “Temptation Island Gang” rules the house. This is a thorn in the side of the few remaining from the early shows. One of the points of criticism: the falling level. For example, instead of having intellectual conversations about the meaning of being, Vanessa Mariposa and her Diogo rely on vulgarity, because their experience as “Love Island” candidates taught them: sex sells.
In this episode of the ntv podcast “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich”, Verena, Axel Max and janitor Ronny talk about the aspiring music career of the farmers, the alleged lack of role offers from actor Stephen Dürr after the summer house and the question why Antonia – in place of distance – still sticks to the man who puts her on tour for all of Germany and constantly insults her.
Note: The seventh season of “Das Sommerhaus der Stars” runs on RTL. There are entire “summerhouse” episodes on RTL+, not only to catch up on, but also to see seven days in advance.
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