Christmas menu at “Grill den Henssler” – and while it was being prepared there was also time to chat about private matters. This is what happened with “Let’s Dance” juror Joachim Llambi.
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Together with Laura Karasek and Sonja Zietlow, Joachim Llambi competed against professional chef Steffen Henssler on Sunday evening to cook him on the wall with a Christmas menu at “Grill den Henssler”. The “Let’s Dance” jury served the starter – pikeperch with potato flakes and Mediterranean vegetables. He didn’t just gossip once about his relationship status.
But let’s just remember once again: In September 2018, the Separation of Joachim Llambi and his wife Ilona known. Not quite two months later, the former professional dancer was talking about his new girlfriend, he has been separated from her since May 2019. And now he actually seems to be happy with his wife again. This has not yet been officially confirmed, but at the stove at “Grill den Henssler” the 56-year-old kept talking about “my wife”. Which in turn made presenter Laura Wontorra sit up and take notice.
“I don’t have to comment anything”
In small talk, Llambi reported that he is “always my favorite at home”. Wontorra then: “Says who?” – “My wife,” the celebrity replied. The moderator wanted to further inquire: “That means, you and your wife, you are together again, very happy, all united under the Christmas tree?” Llambi didn’t want to comment on this, because “I don’t really give anything to private matters”. Then Wontorra asked again directly: “There is a rumor that you and your wife are together again. But you don’t want to comment?” Llambi in a nutshell: “I don’t have to comment anything.”
Joachim Llambi and his wife Ilona: The two seem really happy again. (Source: imago images / Spöttel Picture)
The show namesake Steffen Henssler also didn’t want to comment on his private life. Llambi thought that was good. When asked later how often he cooks at home, the former professional dancer said that he rarely comes because he is on the road so much. And: “My wife would probably also want me to cook more.” By the way, according to Llambi, this can also cook well. Sounds like a lot of luck under the tree.
The starter ultimately went to Steffen Henssler with 25 to 21 points. The professional chef was also able to convince overall: He won with 100 to 89.