Dark forces were at work here.
In the finale of the RTL show “Die Verräter” on Wednesday evening, six celebrities fought on TV for the jackpot of 46,500 euros they had won up to that point. A candidate was presented in a very nasty way during the last decision!
Originally, 16 well-known TV faces lined up to expose the three traitors among them. In each episode they chose a suspect.
In the end there were still two of the conspirators left: Singer Anna-Carina Woitschack (30) has acted in this role since the start of the show and has not yet been exposed. Schlager star Vincent Gross (27) lured her to her side shortly before the end.
Only the two of them and the TV viewers knew who was good and evil. Everyone else was clueless.
At the end of the previous episode, the evil duo quietly kicked him out of the race: Actor Claude-Oliver Rudolph (66). He received a letter one night that said, “You were murdered.”
Some of the last participants suspected Anna-Carina. I wanted it in private Mariella Ahrens (54) know exactly. She asked the ex of ARD presenter Stefan Mross (47): “Please tell me that you are a loyal one!”
Woitschack fibbed according to every trick in the book and lulled her competitor into safety.
Anna-Carina, who pretended to be a loyalist: “Anything else would give me a hard time.” Ahrens let herself get so caught up in this that she soon made a big mistake!
After it Former “Princess Charming” Irina Hülse (32), who met in the first exit voting, was cheerfully further nominated. In the second round, Woitschack and Rapper Sabrina Setlur (49) immediately caught up when Ahrens was supposed to decide the next expulsion with her vote.
The fact that she chose Setlur surprised everyone present. Especially the eliminated woman herself. Setlur rumbled: “Mariella should take a look in the mirror. She is the best example of a flag in the wind.”
Ahrens had shock written all over her face after it was revealed that Setlur was not a traitor. “It was like a punch in the stomach.”
After all, the actress was one of the final four alongside advertising star Friedrich Liechtenstein (67), Woitschack and Vincent Gross.
There were new rules for the final voting
The last four candidates each received a red and a green bag in the open air. Green stood for the end of the game, red for another exit. However, just a single red bag would be enough to overrule the Greens.
And there was another catch: If there is at least one traitor hidden among those who remain at the end, he gets all the money and the loyal ones go away empty-handed.
One after the other, the last four celebrities had to throw their bags into the fire. Everyone chose red. Afterwards, Friedrich Liechtenstein received the vote from his competitors and was out. Only Anna-Carina and Vincent knew that he was not a traitor.
For Ahrens, the revelation that Liechtenstein was among the loyalists was the next shock. She admitted: “Now I feel really bad.” Moderator Sonja Zietlow (55) also rubbed salt into the wound: “How can you be SO wrong in the final sprint…” she said smugly.
Ahrens believed at this point that there was only one traitor among the other two. She wanted to eliminate him, but was completely at a loss, while the rest played their role convincingly.
Woitschack and Gross each voted with a green bag for the end of the game. As traitors, they knew that they could then share the money anyway. Mariella, on the other hand, threw the red bag into the fire with a shaking hand. Her argument: “I can’t give up that easily.”
So the election was held one last time. She was the only one of the three who didn’t yet know the outcome. Vincent and Anna-Carina wrote their names on the board. With that, the actress was also out. The TV star no longer understood the world. Ahrens: “I’m just sad about who you vote for when I throw in a red bag. Of course I’m a loyal one.” Vincent Gross almost felt sorry for her ignorance.
The actress was stunned when the traitors revealed themselves: “Not both of them now! That can’t be true.” She had to nibble on this outcome. Anna-Carina and Vincent split the jackpot between themselves.