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NINA WARINK: "DEZE VRIJE VAL WAS F*CKING ENG!!" | Blindspot - CONCENTRATE

Nina Warink in deze aflevering Blindspot! Na Matennaaiers hebben wij nog wat goed te maken, dus wat zal haar blindspot zijn? Check het! Abonneer je hier: http://www.bit.ly/ConcentrateNL

In deze aflevering blinddoeken wij Nina Warink en krijgt zij een blindspot van ons. Na Matennaaiers hebben wij nog wat goed te maken, dus zij krijgt een vette verrassing van ons. Kaj van der Ree neemt haar mee voor haar blindspot. Zou hij het goed maken met haar en gaat ze nu eindelijk uit een vliegtuig springen? Of zit dit er toch niet in.. Check het in deze blindspot.

In deze video Blindspot Nina Warink. Zij heeft een eigen YouTubekanaal waarop zij de series “Draaien met Nina”, “Bed Time Stories” maakt en leuke trips maakt met andere YouTubers. Daarnaast is Nina de vriendin van YouTuber Kalvijn.

Dit zijn de BN’ers en YouTubers die jij in Blindspot hebt gezien: Holly Brood, Nesim Najih, Kaj Gorgels, Nanne Meijer, Monica Geuze, Kaj van der Ree, Stefan Jurriens, Bobbie Bodt & Maradonnie.

Check hier de aflevering Matennaaiers met Nina Warink: http://bit.ly/NinaWarinkGenaaid

Check hier de vorige Blindspot met Maradonnie: http://bit.ly/BlindspotMaradonnie

Nesim Najih komt uit het Nederlandse artiesten- en presentatie duo Supergaande en maakt samen met Qucee diverse komische series op hun YouTubekanaal, zoals Accepteer de Punchline, straatinterviews & het Rad van Supergaande: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFFTDb2FO4iAT7rDuk76N2g

Daarnaast heeft Nesim ook nog een eigen YouTubekanaal waar hij podcasts op plaatst:
https://www.youtube.com/user/Najih93/featured

Marije Zuurveld heeft haar eigen YouTubekanaal en presenteert ook voor Concentrate Velvet:
https://www.youtube.com/user/marijezuurveld

Kaj van der Ree is radio-dj bij 3FM, presentator bij Concentrate en YouTuber: https://www.youtube.com/user/SteeZakaKaj

Playlist Blindspot: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEnOjqt90H3zxA2D70yN3gl_B5o5hmYIy

Kaj van der Ree, Nesim el Ahmadi en Marije Zuurveld zetten in het nieuwe seizoen van 'Blindspot' alles op alles om hun gasten te verrassen met iets wat ze nooit zullen vergeten. Dit seizoen zetten de presentatoren niet elkaar voor het blok, maar verschillende BN’ers. De desbetreffende gast weet van niks en wordt met een blinddoek en koptelefoon naar een onbekende locatie gebracht. Als de blinddoek af gaat zal hij on the spot een opdracht moeten uitvoeren. Er is op dat moment geen weg meer terug.

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