We already know the gentlemen from the beginning of the Oktoberfest: HP Baxxter apparently liked the Oktoberfest so much that he packed his umbrella and made the journey to Munich. Both screen and musician were then spotted in the Beetle tent. It is not known whether they found their way home together – but given the weather in Munich on Sunday evening, it can be assumed that they will.
Carsten Maschmeyer seems to have discovered a new hobby for himself: holding things up for the camera. This can be observed wonderfully on his Instagram account, where he proudly presents olive oil, a football jersey or nipple covers (“When I heard that the product for men should be part of a sports collection, I was immediately enthusiastic!” ). So why stop doing that at the Wiesn: Note the elegant beer mug posture, a real professional!
Verona Pooth (right) came with her husband Franjo and met her supposed best friend Shima Lehmann – at least that’s what the gossip papers write about the two women in the picture. And just imagine: at the Wiesn there was a big reunion, because the lady on the left has apparently emigrated to Mallorca and the two friends have separated. Goodbye, then a cup – yes, what actually? Tea? Mulled wine? Or are they imported beer mugs from Northern Germany?
Ralf Schumacher may still have to drive and apparently drinks a glass of white wine and water alternately here. Now of course you could think that the shoemaker just doesn’t like beer and that’s why he’s sitting in the wine tent. No, no, the man has a mission. Zoom deep into the photo. On the label of the bottle… then you realize what this is all about.
Riccardo Simonetti was recently in the ZDF television garden and wore pink high-waisted trousers with a glittery crop top, so that one or the other viewer was carried away to unacceptable homophobic statements. After such a fashion template, everyone was naturally excited to see Simonetti’s Wiesn outfit. Oh well. Surprisingly traditional. But maybe it was just too cold for a bare stomach.
You may not necessarily know Leslie Mandoki anymore – but at the Wiesn this year the song “Genghis Khan” been intoned. Mandoki sang in the band of the same name. Now he produces more music, looks a bit grim and celebrates with daughter Lara.
From his domicile on Lake Starnberg, Jens Lehmann did not have to go very far to the festival site – and he came to the Käfer tent with his adoptive son Lasse (also plays football, only less successfully). We can’t say much more about it – enough was reported about him recently (SZ Plus).