“Well then, my darlings…”: Cyril Hanouna speaks after the second round of legislative elections

“Well then, my darlings…”: Cyril Hanouna speaks after the second round of legislative elections
“Well then, my darlings…”: Cyril Hanouna speaks after the second round of legislative elections

I tell you: LFI in power, I’m leaving (…) that’s for sure and certain!” Cyril Hanouna declared on June 12, 2024 in his show Do not touch My TV. “Vote Popular Front” Louis Boyard, deputy of La France Insoumise and former columnist for TPMPIt must be said that between the two men, the rag has been burning since November 2022 and the controversial sequence which earned the Canal+ group channel a record fine of 3.5 million euros…

Well, my darlings…”

This acerbic response gave the C8 host the opportunity to quickly return to his remarks: “Louis, that was a joke! I’ll always be there to show the French that you’re the shame of France! I’ll be there when school starts again, but you start looking for a summer job!! If you want, I can hook you up to sell scrunchies on the beach! Are you interested? That’s cool.”

This Sunday, July 7, 2024, while the New Popular Front alliance came out on top in the second round of the legislative elections and many Internet users ironically reminded Cyril Hanouna of his statements of June 12, the main person concerned commented on the results in a new post: “Well, my darlings, elections are the opposite of fan school, not everyone won, everyone lost! I love you just the way you are, know that! All of you! And don’t stress about it, it’s just going to be very frozen. It promises to be a crazy start to the school year. I love you very much and I’m here.”

Back to Europe 1

While Do not touch My TV began its traditional summer break, it was on Europe 1 that, during the electoral campaign, the public found Cyril Hanouna, at the head of the political show We walk on the head. But there were glaring imbalances in the treatment of political news. On June 27, Le Monde revealed that the station had been formally notified by the Audiovisual and Digital Communication Regulatory Authority (Arcom) of “to comply, in the future” to the provisions which require him to exhibit “with a constant concern for moderation and honesty the reports, comments and presentations to which the elections give rise“. July 7, 2024

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