Since 2005, practically since the first episode, Inka Bause (53) has moderated the dome show “Bauer sucht Frau” on RTL. But the Leipzig native threatens to get out after the first season of RTL. The broadcaster responded to the allegations.
Leipzig – The ideal world of “Bauer sucht Frau” is getting deep cracks, because the face of the flirt show on RTL is now reporting thoughts of separation. As moderator Inka Bause, who has been moderating “Bauer sucht Frau” since the first season in October 2005, tells in an interview with noz.de , she even threatened RTL with quitting as moderator.
Inka Bause was “very clueless and sad” after the first “Bauer sucht Frau” season
The revelations come shortly before the start of season 18 on October 10th and should cause astonishment among fans of “Bauer sucht Frau”. Specifically, many scenes from the first season in 2005 caused a lot of frustration for Inka Bause. “I watched ‘Bauer sucht Frau’ with my mother and started to be very surprised,” said Bause from Leipzig, who is single herself. “My mother looked at me, I looked at my mother – and was very helpless and sad.”
“In the beginning I was just the presenter who was bought in,” says Bause. “After the second season I opened my mouth for the first time. Times were different, and I said: If we continue like this, I’m out.” These sentences shake the perfect world of “Bauer sucht Frau”.
“I was laughed at”: Inka Bause threatened RTL to get out of “Bauer sucht Frau”.
It quickly becomes clear: Inka Bause really threatened RTL with getting out. Inka Bause expressed understanding for the initial criticism of the RTL viewers in 2005 and 2006: “I was laughed at and attacked. And all of a sudden I realized: I can no longer defend it,” said Bause.
“I want to show true love and not sex on the first night and insemination gloves and conversations where everyone is up to the elbow in cows.” Fortunately, a majority saw it the same way, according to the moderator. “And we’ve been on the right track ever since.”
Inka Bause would get out immediately if there were scandals like “Suddenly poor, suddenly rich”.
Inka Bause promises more quality for the new season. ‘Farmer Seeks a Wife’ deals with a very sensitive topic; it’s about love, about vanity, also about embarrassment. Here, people open up, and that makes them vulnerable. We will take that into account,” promises the Leipzig native. Should the program one day develop into a trash format, Bause would quit immediately: “I will never work somewhere where people are treated carelessly. There won’t be any scandals like ‘Suddenly poor, suddenly rich’ with me.”
Secret of the show’s success: alliteration in “Bauer sucht Frau”
RTL has been using alliteration for the off-texts since season 1, which should either make many TV viewers very happy or very annoying. Example: “rough cattle farmer” or “shy pig farmer”. The same initial sound of the stressed syllables of the consecutive words is a secret of the success of the RTL show.
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