Jan Bronninkreef, who on Thursday was crowned the winner of Expedition Robinson 2018, sees himself in the future his job as a farmer to combine with a television career.
“To be famous is for me not a goal in itself. It is nice now of course, but it is not my goal. That is also not why I joined, but now it is so happens, I would be the best thing on tv want to do,” says the 54-year-old farmer in conversation with NU.nl.
Bronninkreef won in the finals of ex-hurdler Gregory Sedoc and co-unknown Dutchman Dominique Hazeleger. On the stage of a sold out Ziggo Dome tells Bronninkreef that he is the real life love with the Netherlands want to share.
“To really show. There are the last years buckets full of dredging on the agricultural sector is poured out, what is sometimes side shore touch. Okay, there are always areas of improvement, but we are working on. CO2 emissions, for example, as we all do something.”
According to Bronninkreef is the image that is now outlined is, to negative. “We need to tell our story and I want to contribute to it.”
Also tv career for Hazeleger and Sedoc
Also his Expedition-rival Hazeleger looks after her participation in the program a career on television. “I would really like a program present. A travel program. I would be very cool to find out if something on my path. You never know, we’ll see.”
Sedoc is a program committed: NPO2 from april 2019 Sedoc investigates broadcast in which he goes in search of the latest scientific developments in top-level sport.
Winner of Expedition Robinson 2018 is known