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Marlène Schiappa could join the C8 channel at the start of the school year


The Minister Delegate for Citizenship, who knows Cyril Hanouna well, would like to have her own show.

Marlène Schiappa will not be a candidate in the next legislative elections.

But it could participate in another transfer window, media this time, and land on C8, the free channel of the Canal + group.

A few weeks ago, the name of the former Minister for Citizenship was regularly cited among the candidates who could potentially run for a seat as a deputy in the June election.

Before the person concerned indicated in early May to


to have declined several proposals.

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Marlène Schiappa obviously wants to retrain.

The former member of Emmanuel Macron's government would consider a future on the television side.

Have your own show

According to our information, she would like to be at the helm of her own TV show.

She even has several TV program concepts already in mind.

Including a testimonial show, in which the ex-minister would look at the problems of women and the way to solve them.

A service program, in short.

Owned by the Vivendi group, the C8 channel has not yet commented.

A source familiar with the matter, however, specifies that "

nothing has been signed yet


Join Cyril Hanouna

Marlène Schiappa would have made several program proposals, in particular to Cyril Hanouna, the flagship incarnation of C8, at the controls of “Touche pas à mon poste”.

The host-producer and the ex-minister know each other well.

In January 2019, they presented together a special program "Balance your Post" "Great National Debate", at the time of the Yellow Vests crisis.

A participation which at the time, had aroused an outcry within the political class and many taunts on social networks.

A year ago, in a portrait of the magazine

M le Monde

, the former member of Emmanuel Macron's government was full of praise for him.

In 2022, she then launched, it is he who should co-present the debate between the two rounds of the

, Reason given: the host had been one of the first to take the Yellow Vests movement seriously.

And to add: “

He is a brilliant person, who knows French society.

But it is fashionable to hit him, it is class contempt


According to a good connoisseur of the file, "

the ex-minister is undoubtedly counting on Cyril Hanouna to advise her and introduce her to the leaders of C8


If her program project failed, she could also relocate as a columnist in the daily talk show “Touche pas à mon poste” by Cyril Hanouna.

Beyond the “Great national debate” animated with him in 2019, the ex-minister had made an appearance last winter on M6 in “Tous en cuisine” alongside Cyril Lignac.


The political columnists

Marlène Schiappa would not be the first political leader to want to try the adventure of a media reconversion.

Sarkozy's former Minister and Culture Minister Roselyne Bachelot made a detour in 2012 via C8, RMC, LCI, RTL... Just like former Green MEP Daniel Cohn-Bendit, who for a long time summer on Europe 1. Or the former spokesperson for Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Raquel Garrido who officiated in the former program of Thierry Ardisson "Salut les Terrans" on C8.

The former Prime Minister under Chirac Jean-Pierre Raffarin had been recruited by France 2 in 2017 to intervene in "7 p.m. on Sunday", presented by Laurent Delahousse.

After a first airing, it was finally not renewed.

Conversely, personalities of the PAF decide to go into politics.

Recently, Emmanuel Macron chose to invest a former winner of the "Koh Lanta" game, Isabelle Seguin, in the fourth constituency of Ain in the next legislative elections.

Source: lefigaro

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