But dramaturgy does not necessarily come from drama, at least not in its foreseeable, scripted form. Rather, the audience’s favorites of this season benefit from their inexperience, their self-mockery, their willingness not to appear perfect. Djamila Rowe (55), for example, who is known to many for nothing more than a 20-year-old pseudo affair and her immense reluctance to age optically. But precisely because she describes herself as a Botox construction site, where there is always something to do, and because she behaves so unpretentiously, but at the same time sensitively and warm-heartedly, she has the best chance of taking the throne. The same applies to Gigi Birofio, a TV fumbler who does credit to his profession as a “reality star” in the jungle. With simple but accurate candidate analyzes such as “A CDU man fucked her and became so famous” (about Djamila), or “He definitely wants to show a picture of himself, perfection” (about Lucas), Gigi simply gives it reality.