Irene Moors first wanted to test whether they new quiz show could handle
Irene Moors is from Tuesday evening each week to see the new quiz show, The perfect question on SBS6. The presenter, however, was only after a few tests, willing to the program to actually wear.
“I wanted to know for sure that I could before I ‘yes’ said, so I am quite by the mangle removed. We have the format, tested, and investigated whether the program works. And the nice thing was, I had to really perform, but had immediately fun,” says Moors.
Moors will also find after a little over a quarter of a century on television still faces challenges in the box. “I don’t have any quizervaring. I am almost 29 years on television, but have never had a quiz done.”
The perfect question is not up to the presenter to ask questions, but to test three candidates with the knowledge of a hundred men audience. The better the question, the more points and money a participant earns. A perfect question is by fifty people answered properly.
Although her role may seem small, Moorish necessary for the program: “I need the game to explain and guide, score keeping, and help with discomfort. There is sometimes a lot of money on the game, which in one fell swoop lost or doubled. And I care, of course, for the atmosphere, it must be cozy to stay.”