Dolf Jansen has the honor of talking to each other for the evening, and Sylvia Geersen, Peter Pannekoek, Joke Bruijs, and Maik de Boer, among others, come up on stage to take Famke (and each other) under the proverbial hands. It’s up to Naseem Al Ahmadi to start the evening. He immediately cracks a cruel joke about Famke’s dead father, to which she earlier indicated that she thought that was too far. “Famke wants to be black so much that she is happy that her father is no longer in her life,” he says. Viewers at home are divided on what Nasim says.
Lisa Loeb addresses Famke about her intelligence. “You walked into the hospital because you wanted to meet people who died too.” But she praises her for the courage she possesses. “I think that deserves a standing ovation,” the whole room stands. Bizzey, who has worked with Famke. “You’re so stupid, you didn’t want to use autotune because you thought it would only be worn in cars.”
Maik takes the trouble to roast everyone with his photos, outfits, and outfits. Ryan Bandai wonders why Famke has 1 million followers. “And then there are people who want more attention for people with intellectual disabilities.” Sylvia comes up to Famke about something they shared; Their modeling career. “We both had a thing around 34. I’m my waist, you’re your IQ. You needed to navigate the end of the podium because you got lost.”
After Sylvia comes Peter, who was waiting for a large part of the audience at home. And he does not disappoint. It makes other toasters a smaller pictorial head. He soon names Pizzy someone who “looks like Ronnie Flex and Famke Louise’s abortion.” Then he reached Famke. “The woman who gives you the burqa,” he begins toward her. “Is she responsible? It’s like explaining the Pythagorean theorem to a goat. You’re rapper Sjors. You’re still a baby and you already have a baby. I don’t think Young Protection even knows which one is going to take them away.” Still, the roast closes nicely. After all this hate, nothing can hold you back.
Joke Bruijs is the last of their eight roasters, and the whole evening was joking about her age. Viewers find it surprisingly funny, in part because of a joke towards Nasim, who she knows once filmed someone rocking a dolphin. “Did your wife conceive with this sperm? I saw the birth announcement from Flipper Al-Ahmadi.” Then she turns to the singer. “Famke, you switched from Bizzey to Ali B. Who’s your next manager, Jeroen Rietbergen? In my time it was also important what you sang. If you sang Vroom Vroom, you were put in a tunic.”
Finally, Famke gets a chance to get back at everyone. At first she deals with Bizzey, whom she calls her “old pimp”. “This is the last time you pick on monnie. I know lovers who divide the spoils more fairly. But I got 100 percent of all the hate comments.” to Peter. “I have a lot of respect for pancakes,” says Famke. Mike compliments them on the condom line. “If you want people to be afraid of AIDS, put Dolph’s head on it.” Bizzey turns out to be the bunny, because Famke is going back to him. “Your wife got a tattoo on her back, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to get it.” The singer ends with a sweet nod to Denzel. “Look at the people who give you love. For me it was Denzel. He stood by me, so when it’s all dark around you, don’t give up, but go dance in the dark.”
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