The chroniclers had put on their clothes of light for the occasion.
For its first of the year, the “Touche pas à mon poste” team took out the tuxedos and sequins to receive
Miss France 2023
Indira Ampiot, accompanied by Alexia Laroche-Joubert.
The opportunity to review the course of the ceremony, the novelties brought this year by the committee and the commitment of the one who was elected on December 17, 2022. It is at this time that
might have had to turn his tongue seven times in his mouth before speaking.
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Indira Ampiot responds
Visibly very interested in the subject, the columnist has often taken the floor to question our Miss France 2023 and the one who has become the president of the Miss France society since 2021.
"Where are the trans people and the big butts?"
he asks before recalling that the committee had relaxed its selection criteria this year.
Alexia Laroche-Joubert then answers with pedagogy:
“The question from Matthieu is interesting.
Now you can be a mom, you can be married.
But it turns out that we are not the ones who choose the young women who present themselves at the national level.
Indeed, the Misses are initially elected at the regional level by another jury.
This is how Andréa Furet, the first transgender candidate in the beauty contest, was not selected to represent Ile-de-France.
Alexia Laroche-Joubert however wants to be optimistic and predicts that
“things will be done little by little”
"We know very well that cancer is serious, but..."
Second intervention by Matthieu Delormeau.
Even if he recognizes the ease with which
expresses herself, he believes that
"Miss's speeches are a bit silly"
He then adds:
“You are 18, why not be more natural, talk about things your age.
We know very well that cancer is serious, but it's not yours..."
He has not finished his sentence when the gazes of the other columnists are already turned towards the ground.
They remember that Indira Ampiot recently lost her grandmother to cancer.
And it is this mourning that pushed her to get involved in the voluntary sector, as she confided to Figaro-TV Magazine a few days before her election.
“My grandmother had a total of five cancers.
It was a difficult time.
It was quite complicated”
she begins to tell with a voice slightly trembling with emotion.
The young woman continues:
“He was the pillar of the family.
She was an example, really like a second mother, so I wanted to pay tribute to her.
The disease of cancer, I lived it with my family”
Embarrassed Matthieu Delormeau
"my question fell badly, I'm sorry"
before adding in front of his accomplices on set
"I fell badly"