Kaiser will only run the “Euromillions” show until the end of the year. Then it was over.
“After nearly 9 years, it’s over,” the superintendent wrote Martina Kaiser (53) on Facebook.
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She will only be seen until the end of the year “as a lucky Euromillions fairy on ORF. Unfortunately, the show has fallen victim to austerity measures and will be run without a presenter in the future.”
“There are currently savings happening across the entire system. Of course I’m not happy about that. As a single mother you lose an important constant,” Kaiser told KURIER.
According to Kaiser, ORF is not hiring any new speakers at this time. “Sooner or later, everything will probably be replaced by artificial intelligence. It’s really a shame that there are no other options at home at the moment. This gives you sleepless nights.”
Personally, she found this a great shame because she had always loved shows. “I recently said in an interview that I will definitely host the show as long as it exists and people want me.”
Despite this big change, Martina Kaiser still tries to look positively to the future.
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