Moderator Mark Eben (65) an interesting pearl caught the attention of StarDance in the fourth round actress Daria Pavlovičová (21), when she admitted that she straightened her beautiful and naturally curly hair as a teenager. Therefore, Eben added something unusual in a live broadcast on Czech Television a hair experiment from his own life – and he didn’t forget to show off the archive photo.
Marek Eben gelled his hair in his youth
“We can probably agree that one of Daria’s distinguishing marks is that beautiful mane of curly hair. Imagine that when Daria was a teenager, she ironed those beautiful curls very hard. I understand that, sometimes such things happen to a person” admitted the moderator in the live broadcast of the dance competition StarDance.
“I had a gel period around the velvet revolution. I was creating a thing here in the front, but I couldn’t see behind me, so I ended up about halfway up my head and then it was straight,” Marek Eben describes his hairdressing skills at the time. Years later, he doesn’t rate it as very successful. “It was a really bizarre stylization and luckily it left me quickly” he laughs today, referring to an archive picture.
Marek Eben suffers from bangs
As Marek Eben’s colleague, presenter Tereza Kostková (47), told us in an interview, today, his tastes in hair trends are much more prosaic. “Marek likes bangs, sometimes they added them to me, and they even braided my hair in the first row,” Tereza Kostková remembers the first season of the TV competition StarDance. “It’s been 17 years, it was a different time, and hairstyles were a little different than now. Today it’s more modern and they want to give me a wet look, for example, and it’s more about fashion. Back then, hairstyles were older, more voluminous, and they needed a lot of material. And that I used to have a lot of hair!“
Presenter Tereza Kostková in our interview at the same time disproves some people’s assumptionsthat the remarks of her colleague in StarDance could offend or even offend some contestants. “I know Mark very well as a person. He is a very elegant and very clean person – and that’s how we have to look at people, we have to judge the whole being,” says Tereza and defends her colleague. “If you somehow know him – how he lives and how he works, how he prepares, how he runs Plovárna and the Karlovy Vary Festival – then it must be clear that no matter what he says, he doesn’t offend anyone. His being does not offend anyone because he is not like that. Therefore, it is useless to dwell on a sentence – whether or not she could offend.”
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