Journalist and former host of “Intimate Confession” Géraldine Carré has died at the age of 54

Journalist and former host of “Intimate Confession” Géraldine Carré has died at the age of 54
Journalist and former host of “Intimate Confession” Géraldine Carré has died at the age of 54

It was the host Benjamin Castaldi, who had worked with her on the show “Langues de VIP”, presented on TF1 from 2006 to 2007, who announced the sad news.

The journalist and presenter Géraldine Carré died this Friday, May 3 at the age of 54. The circumstances of his death have not been revealed.

Geraldine, we did not meet often, but each of these rare times was marked by respect and sincere affection. Today, as I search for the right words, everything I feel turns into a deep admiration for the person you were.…

— Benjamin Castaldi (@B_Castaldi) https://twitter.com/B_Castaldi/status/1786423731591790874?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Host Benjamin Castladi, with whom she co-hosted the show “VIP Languages” on TF1 in 2006 and 2007 announced his death via a publication on his X account. “Definitely, it’s always the best who leave”wrote the bereaved host.

I was very sad to learn of the disappearance of Géraldine Carre. I met him on vacation, we talked about radio. On my return I entrusted him with the presentation of intimate confessions on TF1, bc of class, perspective, self-deprecation, humor. Rest in peace my Gégé. pic.twitter.com/PMMZEut9LH

— Julien Courbet (@courbet_julien) https://twitter.com/courbet_julien/status/1786456943185293335?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Julien Courbet, who produced it, also paid tribute through the same social network to a journalist “who had a lot of class, perspective, self-deprecation and humor”.

Career in radio and television

Géraldine Carré began her career as a journalist at the local AFP bureau at the end of the 1990s before joining Europe 2 then Europe 1. After radio, she moved to television, first on Paris Première then on TF1 where she was the first presenter of the show “Intimate Confessions” from 2001 to 2003.

Despite the success of the program Géraldine Carré joined Canal + in the early 2000s to present the magazine “Life in plain language”quickly stopped by the channel’s management.

She is also the co-author of the novel “You, my baby”a collection of testimonies from famous women about motherhood.

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