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"Fort Boyard": TF1 prohibits its hosts from participating in the France 2 game


Invited on RTL, Christophe Beaugrand affirmed that the One expressly asks its presenters to refuse the invitations of Adventure Line Productions.

Since 1990 that

"Fort Boyard"

exists, the France 2 game has seen a host of personalities pass.

Many of these come from television.

But rare are those that come from TF1.

Invited Saturday morning of “We redo the TV” on RTL,

Christophe Beaugrand

gave an explanation.

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If his last participation dates back to 2011, the host and journalist has not taken part since.

The reason ?

“It's not really me who actually refuses, it's TF1 who doesn't want me to go back.

I was asked not to go back there

, “said the co-presenter of “Ninja Warrior”.

A decision that Christophe Beaugrand understands perfectly well.

"It's a program that works very well as a bonus on France 2 and I can understand that TF1 does not want to send its faces to give strength to a program that is already working quite well earlier on the channel. opposite”

, he added before seeing the good side:

“To tell you the truth, I find it rather flattering.

I said to myself :

“Hey, that's to say that TF1 loves me enough to believe that I can bring people to France 2


A request that does not date from yesterday.

Going back to the archives of “Fort Boyard”, we realize that ultimately few TF1 hosts and hosts have appeared in the France 2 game since its creation.

They can be counted on the fingers of two hands.

In 1997,

Sophie Favier

was still an employee of the front page and regularly participated in various broadcasts of the channel when she agreed to complete a sports team.

Same thing the following year for

Vincent Perrot

with the exception of the presence of singer Jil Caplan.

In 2011,

Christophe Beaugrand

participated alongside Miss France Laury Thilleman, Malika Ménard, Chloé Mortaud, Alexandra Rosenfeld and Nathalie Marquay.

Catherine Laborde

took part in 2012 with Sheryfa Luna, Gaël Leforestier, Julie Raynaud, Jimmy Briand and Rod Fanni.

In 2015, a few months before the end of “Tous ensemble”,

Marc Emmanuel

lent himself to the terrible trials of Father Fouras with Christophe Dominici, Nathalie Marquay, Denis Maréchal, Érika Moulet and Martin Bazin.

Finally, two years ago,

Alexandre Devoise

teamed up with Satya Oblette, Many Lévy, Marine Lorphelin and Héloïse Martin.

Source: lefigaro

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