That is why he is not allowed to go to Australia
Jungle camp for rye bread: that’s why it’s not allowed to go to Australia
The jungle camp movie about Martin Semmelrog continues. IBES fans are confused: why hasn’t the candidate arrived in Australia yet? RTL is now suspended on the backend.
January 16th update: Now there is certainty. Martin Semmelrog no longer snap Jungle camp Move in 2023. RTL announced this. “Unfortunately, the actor has not made it to Australia and IBES. He has just returned to Germany and is on his way to Mallorca.”
The previously convicted actor failed due to the Australian authorities not issuing him a visa. Even begging from RTL is no longer useful. In the first episode, moderator Jan Coben announces that Semmelrog is still stuck at Qatar Airport. “Maybe one or the other criminal record is too much,” Cobben added. After the convicted actor was not on board with the other jungle camp candidates, many media outlets speculated as to why. Traffic offences, theft and possession of drugs – the many offenses of the German film’s terrible child were now his own.
Reasons to Produce: Martin Semmelrog Still Not at Jungle Camp
January 14th update: Even on the second day in the jungle camp there was no sign of Martin Simmelrog. The convicted actor was not issued a visa. However, Sonja Zietlow and Jan Köppen confirmed on the show on Saturday that the last digit -09 in the IBES telephone vote will still be free for him – if he continues to come to Australia. And If not, they already have a suggestion: “Lambrecht goes to the forest camp and Semmelrogge to the mod.
January 13th update: Martin Semmelrog is missing from the beginning of jungle camp. Moderator Jan Coben said on the first edition of “I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here” that the actor is still stuck at Doha airport. The reason – as mentioned – problems with visas and entry. “Australian authorities wouldn’t really let him into the country. There may have been one or two previous convictions that were too many,” Cobben said. As RTL also announced, Semmelrogge’s visa was not issued by Australian authorities. He certainly wasn’t there to begin with, I’ve seen That’s on TV. But will he move to jungle camp at a later date? RTL is leaving this open, writing explicitly on their website that further updates will be provided as soon as there is news.
January 12th update: There is news of Martin Semmelrogge – and that makes his participation in jungle camp seem even more unlikely than before. Background: It appears that the previously convicted actor has not traveled to Australia due to visa issues, and RTL has been covered so far. One day before the start of jungle camp, the radio announces a new IBES candidate: sassy embassy beautiful Roo. This suggests that rye bread is no longer expected. But RTL announced at the same time that the reason for Semmelrogge will only be clarified in Episode 1 of Jungle Camp on Friday night.
RTL stands for “Production Reasons”
The original notification is from January 6: Is Martin Semmelrog still up to the jungle camp or not? In fact, the 67-year-old actor should have been in Australia for a long time. Because his participation in the 16th season of “I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here” has long been confirmed by RTL. And Other candidates are already on the ground in the country.
But the prominent former passenger was missing on the plane. “The later arrival of Martin Semmelrog has production reasons,” explained RTL. But time is running out, because the candidates still have to go through quarantine before they release each other into the jungle camp.
Martin Semmelrog is on board – but not in the direction of woodland camp
As reported by Bild, the IBES candidate boarded a plane on Thursday evening. However, Semmelrogge did not fly to Australia. But from Mallorca to Frankfurt.
According to the report, the decision on how to proceed should be taken on Friday. Semmelrogge may be able to fly to Doha soon, and hopefully fly to Australia from there – if it works out.
The real reason for the rye bread mess before the onset of IBES
Because “image” now wants to know the real reason back and forth. Accordingly, visa issues are supposed to be behind “production-related reasons”.
Due to his various previous convictions (drug use, hit and run, etc.), Semmelrogge is said to have a difficult time with the Australian authorities, who are known to be particularly strict when it comes to entry.
Can RTL solve these problems? For Semmelrogge it would be in his sights Jungle luxury camp fee At least it’s more than worth it. The clock is ticking louder and louder. According to Bild, bush camp candidates must be in Australia by Saturday evening (local time) at the latest in order to be able to undertake the agreed quarantine. If that doesn’t work for Semmelrogge, Australia already has one Naked asterisk as an alternative candidate for IBES Ready.