Joakim Ingversen has scored himself a new tv job in prime time.
When the new season of 'Who was that now we were' scroll across the screen on DR1 from 19. april, it will be with the 31-year-old host in the lead. He takes over the manager position from Jacob Riising, who after 19 years in the DR was fired in connection with this autumn's big sparerunde.
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- I am totally game. I have always seen the program, and I think it is cool that you even get anything with, since it is a quiz, says Joakim Ingversen in the press release, the DR just sent out.
Ingversen was earlier in the year hosted the children's MGP in the past have been hosted at the 'All to 1', 'Ultra Factor', 'Bingo Banko' and a variety of other tv programs, all of which have had a fairly relaxed style. In the 'Who was it now we was' is the reins a little tighter, and it has required that he has had to engage in a new discipline inside of the tv host-world.
- this is The first time I need to use a teleprompter (a display, the host reads from, red.), so I have just had to exert myself. But it should probably go, says Joakim Ingversen, who gets some fine words from underholdningsredaktør in the DR, Jan Lagermand Lundme.
- Scrooge is an incredibly talented and professional host. He has for many years shown his passion for telling stories. I think everyone can remember the evening, when he as a temp for Sofie Linde, who just had given birth to their daughter, firmly as a host on 'X Factor'stage. Since then he has had many other programs such as anchorman, and has done this to the UG. It is therefore quite obvious, that he continues as host of 'Who was that now we were', he says.
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