Sick bed instead of Kasalla: Thorsten Legat will not be able to take part in the “RTL high diving” in June for the most painful reasons.
The former professional soccer player and cult jungle camper Thorsten Legat (53) is out due to a painful training accident for the “RTL high diving”. Actually, Legat would have wanted to prove his qualities as an art diver at the show event on June 3 (8:15 p.m.) together with other stars. But according to a report by the private broadcaster, he was so unhappy during a test jump that he even sustained multiple injuries in his intimate area.
Typical of Mr. Kasalla: After the failed jump from the three-meter board, he didn’t stop, but continued to train ardently. With far-reaching consequences: After a testicle “almost as big as a balloon” swelled, a doctor found a testicle tear, a hematoma and also an inflammation of the bladder in Legat. Instead of jumping artfully into the pool of water in about a week, rest and antibiotics are on the program, as it is also said.
Legat as a motivator at the start
“Now I know how hard water can be,” Legat draws his lessons from the accident. Apparently, TV viewers will not have to do without him entirely. So he will stand at the edge of the pool as a moral support and driver for his celebrity colleagues and explain in more detail how his failure came about.
A celebrity should move up for Legat, which they want to announce in a timely manner. The field of participants is well-known even without him. Among others, the singers Marc Terenzi (43) and Jay Khan (40), “GZSZ” star Felix von Jascheroff (39), ex-“Prince Charming” Nicolas Puschmann (31) and moderator Lola Weippert (26) will compete. The trio Frank Buschmann (57), Jan Köppen (39) and Laura Wontorra (33) leads through the evening.