A bit of good humour in this anxiety-provoking news. While since October 7, and the Hamas attack on Israel, dramatic news has followed one another in recent weeks, the morning of France Info was taken by a contagious laughter this Monday morning.
More precisely, it was the two journalists Jean-Baptiste Marteau and Alix Dauge who could not hold back in the middle of a cultural chronicle. Indeed, while Alix Dauge was talking about the worldwide re-release of the cult film "Love Actually" in cinemas, she let out an improbable slip of the tongue that turned the morning show on public TV and radio.
Monday morning, 6:50 a.m.
A giggle can happen so quickly@jbmarteau @DavidlefortTV @zohrabenmiloud pic.twitter.com/MPZc3haLC0
— Alix Dauge (@AlixDauge) December 4, 2023
"Tomorrow, you don't know what to do, you go to the cinema, the film Love Actually is already celebrating its 20th anniversary," the journalist begins. "That was already in 2003 and the film will be released tomorrow in a version restored in poop... in 4K! Alix Dauge hastened to correct. But too late... the slip of the tongue obviously did not escape the attention of presenter Jean-Baptiste Marteau and science columnist David Lefort.
"Monday morning, 6:50 a.m. ... A giggle can happen so quickly."
"No, that's not in the cinema, that's usually a smaller room," he joked, only amplifying the laughter that had been starting to settle on the set for several seconds. Jean-Baptiste Marteau then tried to pick up the thread of his morning show: "Come on, Alix Dauge will get over it," he said, but also laughing. Before letting go, while fighting against laughter, "because who says Christmas, also says gift".
But for her part, Alix Dauge, who was supposed to continue her column on the "solidarity festival", has already burst into uncontrolled bursts of laughter. In the wake of the morning show and this magnificent sequence, the journalist shared this giggle on her X account, with this comment: "Monday morning, 6:50 a.m... A giggle comes so quickly." And it doesn't hurt.