Anne Sinclair and Cyril Hanouna will not spend their holidays together. This Wednesday, the journalist was the guest of "Buzz TV Mag", a program on television news. The former presenter of "7 sur 7" on TF1 took the opportunity to tackle the show "Touche pas à mon poste!" by Cyril Hanouna.
"#TPMP? It's fake news, fake variety": on the set of the #BuzzTV, Anne Sinclair tackles the @Cyrilhanouna pic.twitter.com/BhhzBQEPxp
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The journalist who interviewed him introduced the Hanouna talk show as taking "the temperature of society". Anne Sinclair "strongly disagrees." According to her, it is above all a show that produces "false news" and "false variety". "I don't like the topics they highlight, I don't like the way they deal with them. Frankly, it's very, very far from me," says Dominique Strauss-Kahn's ex-wife.
"You have to stop talking about me"
"In my opinion, Hanouna, I don't fit her at all either," she continues in the same tone. The same evening, Cyril Hanouna did not fail to return to the sequence, as often when a personality attacks "TPMP" or himself. "There is Anne Sinclair, who has never had to watch the show, who nevertheless allowed herself to put a cleat on us this afternoon," he launched in a sequence of his show, adding: "I will tell you the truth, I do not like it at all."
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And to the troublemaker of C 8 to tell an edifying anecdote about their chance meeting in a restaurant. "I said to him, 'Who are you? She replies: I am Anne Sinclair. I said to him: I am Cyril Hanouna. You have to stop talking about me because I can't blame you either. Then, she left the restaurant, "he assured in front of a conquered audience. "No, but it's true, we don't know the girl at all, and she allows herself to talk about us every time. It's been 40 years since she made TV without messing around. It's okay, she had a five-year career," he said.
Anne Sinclair presented "7 sur 7" from 1984 to 1997 on TF1, as well as "Questions à domicile" from 1985 to 1989, among other moments of her long media career.