The wise man and the pretty woman. It's the - if you want something old - fashioned- værtsfordeling, as the 'wheel of fortune' to run with, now when the program is re-emerging in 2020.
way as when the wheel spun from 1989 to 1994, is it a male host, which controls the quiz, and a woman strutting around in front of bogstavlen.
When Carina Jensen held the job 30 years ago, she had the function, that she physically had to turn the letters. Today is the board controlled digitally, and therefore, the programme has met a lot of criticism, because the 43-year-old Kanya Natasja Rørbech has been set to go around in front of the glowing letters.
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But the new 'Kategorina' can not understand the criticism. Kanya Natasja Rørbech has not wanted to talk with Ekstra Bladet, but for tv2.dk she says that she herself was a little apprehensive before she said yes to the job.
- I thought: 'How do you do it in 2020, without it being boring?' It is important for me that women get on the track in the tv for anything other than to stand and smile, she says to tv2.dk.
She stresses that she feels that she has an important function in the program, where she also speaks with the participants - though it is Mikkel Kryger, accounting for the bulk of the interviews made in the program.
- We do it in a modern version. Of course, there is something that resembles the old format, because I stand in the full-figure and control the bogstavtavlen. But I'm not a udstillingsdukke not allowed to say anything, she says.
TV2 has put the article on their Facebook page, and here are all of the far from unanimous in Kanya Natasja Rørbechs view of its role.
'If you are not a udstillingsdukke what are you then? It requires not much between the ears to turn the case', writes Carl Ove Pedersen in a comment, that has got many likes.
Tim Asger Asbøl agree:
'Haha..... If not you are at the show as a female host in a tv program where you only need to flip the letters... What are you so ....', he asks, and is backed by Lisbeth Kruse, who writes:
'of Course you are. Why else is there not chosen an older man/ woman who just need to flip the signs? Nah, let us finally get one which is young and fine'.
Mads Volck, who is the editor of 'wheel of fortune', said earlier in the week to Ekstra Bladet, that no men had been to the casting on the job as the letter to the manager.
- We thought that the another female host gave the best balance in the program. In this way it is also representative of the population, there is both a female and male host, he said.