Hubert von Goisern on the Promi-Millionenshow

ORF 4th December 2020 | Photos: © ORF/Thomas Jantzen

Celebrities play for "Licht ins Dunkel"

Celebrity power for a good cause - Hubert von Goisern, Gery Seidl, Fanny Stapf and Martina Poel put their knowledge to the test with Armin Assinger on the Promi-Millionenshow on Monday, 7th December 2020 at 20.15 on ORF 2. Each has a chance to play for up to 75,000 EUR. This year the prize money has been donated by Meine Trafiken, Gewista and Feibra.

Hubert von Goisern revealed before the show: "Worrying about making a fool of yourself has no place here, because the good cause has to be the focus - you've just got to get on with it. I'm neither a gambler nor somebody who plays it safe - I've got to do things differently here ... and just win."

As with standard edition of the quiz, the Promi-Millionenshow question tree includes 15 tricky general knowledge questions on various topics, all the way up to the 75,000 EUR question. Together, the four candidates have the chance to win up to 300,000 EUR for Licht ins Dunkel. As usual, the celebrities have support in the form of the the 50:50 joker, the question to the audience and the telephone joker.

Die Promi-Millionenshow on 7th December 2020 at 20.15 on ORF 2
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Die Promi-Millionenshow

ORF 8th December 2020 | Photo: © ORF/Thomas Jantzen

[Spoiler alert!] With pooled knowledge of a state banquet, sport, a literary classic and historic documents, Hubert von Goisern, Gery Seidl, Fanny Stapf and Martina Poel were able to raise a total of 110,000 Euros for Licht ins Dunkel on Armin Assinger's Promi-Millionenshow. There was a question tree of 15 tricky general knowledge questions on a variety of topics and, as is traditional on the celebrity edition, the top question was worth 75,000 Euros. With help from the 50:50 joker and the right answer, Hubert von Goisern was able contribute 25,000 Euros to the total sum. The question? Sepak Takraw is a mix of ...? A: Paprika and tomato, B: Football and volleyball, C: Hindi, Thai, Japanese, D: Rumba, samba, mambo.