RTL comes up with a big winner: A juice bar owner from Cologne wins the rate show. The 35-year-old is the first millionaire in almost five years. , already knows what , wants to do with the money.
For the tenth time in a regular edition of the RTL rate show “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” one participant fetched the main prize. To the question of millions “The classic, standardized EPAL 1 Euro pallet consists of 78 nails, nine blocks and a total of how many boards?” Ronald Tenholte (35), owner of a Cologne juice bar, knew the correct answer on Tuesday evening: there are eleven boards.
Jauch and Tenholter examine a euro pallet: The 35-year-old from Cologne has “Who wants to be a millionaire?” cleared. (Source: RTL / screenshot)
“There were some questions that came very well to me. For example, the very last question about Euro pallets,” Tenholte summed up after winning. “I meet them almost every day in my shop because our goods are delivered on Euro pallets – that was just luck.”
Profit is supposed to finance , wedding
In any case, , wanted to continue operating , smoothie and juice bar “Kaltpresse” in Cologne's Südstadt, which was “really a matter close to , heart” for ,. , wants to use part of the profit for , upcoming wedding. “Our greatest wish would be to get married in the mountains (…)”, said Tenholte and added: “I think I will also treat myself to a reward. An electric car plays a big role in my head.”
According to RTL, Tenholte is the tenth regular millionaire in the 20-year history of the long-running favorite “Who wants to be a millionaire?” – except celebrities and other specials. The last regular million-dollar win was a little longer ago: On December 7, 2015, doctoral student and event organizer Leon Windscheid answered all questions correctly.
Moderator Günther Jauch said about the new winner Tenholte: “On the outside , looks absolutely cool, has prepared for the show, doesn't say a word more than is actually necessary, is brave at the same time and has a gut feeling.”