Philippe Vandel received in the studios of Culture Médias, broadcast on Europe 1 this Friday, September 23, journalist Léa Salamé, as well as host Christophe Dechavanne. They came to present a new show called what timethe premiere of which will be broadcast this Saturday, September 24 at 11:10 p.m. on France 2. And for this premiere, the duo hit hard for their guests: Jean-Paul Rouve, Yann Moix, Laurence Ferrari and even Jean-Luc Melenchon. The presence of the latter among the guests surprised Philippe Vandel since the politician has reportedly refused all invitations since La France insoumise, the party he leads, is in turmoil following the Quatennens affair. “How did you convince him to come on set?”then questions the journalist from Europe 1.
“She slept”loose Christophe Dechavanne. “I went to bed”, resumed Léa Salamé, bursting out laughing. And to add: “I slept with Jean-Luc Mélenchon, I wanted to tell you, that’s how I got him for the first time!” Raphaël Glucksmann’s companion then resumed her seriousness: “The truth is thatwe had launched it long before all that (Editor’s note: the Quatennens affair)we launched it at the end of the summer (…) I think he wants to talk, I think Mélenchon likes to do the premieres, unlike others who wait to see if it’s good to come etc. He likes to take risks. Very honestly, (…)
Read more on Closermag.fr
Valérie Kaprisky: what does her discreet husband, who has shared her life for 23 years, do?
Spice Girls: what happens to the five singers of the group?
Kylian Mbappé “the shadow of himself”: feigned friendship, jealousy … this Machiavellian plan that would have fomented Paul Pogba
Dancing with the stars: is Florent Peyre’s companion jealous of Inès Vandamme? He answers cash
“Some will be shocked”: organized crime, witchcraft, bag of money … In prison, Paul Pogba’s brother drives the point home