If some still wonder why Pascale de La Tour du Pin
decided to leave BFMTV
to join C8
and Cyril Hanouna, the main interested party, knows it perfectly. This is why, this Thursday, November 16 in the morning, when France Inter still wondering what role the host plays on the channel, she is stepping up to the plate.
Media columnist Cyril Lacarrière still seems perplexed about the choice of Pascale de La Tour du Pin. In fact, he decided to devote an editorial of several lines to her to take stock of the host’s first months, which he considers far from glorious: “In two and a half months, we still haven’t understood what Pascale de la Tour du Pin came to do on C8!”
“They tell the management of BFMTV that she wants to become a star, but that’s where she was wrong. You don’t become a star in the shadow of Cyril Hanouna”he said before criticizing the host of TPMP : “Hanouna surrounds himself with pawns that he uses according to his interests and the way in which they serve his program ‘Don’t touch my post!’. Hanouna had every interest in bringing in a personality like Pascale de la Tour du Pin . She had no interest in accepting. Strange error of judgment.”.
Also see: Pascale de la Tour du Pin in a relationship with Christophe Delay from BFMTV? His daughter’s little dumpling, Flore!
Pascale de La Tour du Pin responds to Cyril Lacarrière
A few hours later, the main interested party wished
respond to his colleague
visibly annoyed. “I wanted to say to our friends at France Inter, who were kind enough to dedicate this morning to me, the little person, I don’t know who is interested in her media editorial…”she said first, before continuing: “But I wanted to tell him that things were going very well, thank you. The show is doing very well. I work with great teams and I’m very happy to be here, that’s it”.
After being applauded by her team, Pascale de La Tour du Pin also wanted to point out that his show PAF came from “break an audience record”. “Second audience record yesterday, so thank you for trusting us. That’s it!”, she rejoiced. A way of responding to the criticism that occurred earlier in the day.
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