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"I am the new Smecta muse": Bertrand Chameroy back on RTL after a small health problem


Replaced at the last moment Monday in "RTL Matin", by Mathieu Madénian, the comedian made his return Tuesday morning, having fun with the reasons for his absence the day before.

Exceptionally, it was Mathieu Madénian who provided the "RTL without filter" column on Monday morning on


during Yves Calvi's morning show.

“Usually it's Bertrand Chameroy who comes but he couldn't come.

We are not going to say why, we are going to respect his private life and his gastroenteritis ”

, quipped the Perpignanais.

Did an epidemic affect the comedians of the station since Philippe Caverivière was also absent from the morning show of RTL?

Monday evening,

Bertrand Chameroy

seemed recovered from his health problems.

Live on France 5, he was able to take his place around the table of "C à vous" and produce his column "Bertrand Chameroy's news" alongside Anne-Élisabeth Lemoine.

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For his return to RTL this Tuesday morning, he had fun, with the complicity of Yves Calvi, taking the voice of Mathieu Madénian for a few seconds before revealing the hoax to listeners in the manner of Marcel Béliveau in "Surprise sur prize ".

"Exceptionally, I was not there yesterday, I thank Mathieu Madénian for having replaced me at short notice"

, explained Bertrand Chameroy to the listeners of "RTL Matin".

“I went on strike one day before everyone else... No, I was absent because, since Sunday, I am the new Smecta muse.

I know, it's not glamorous, but never forget that, behind the radio player, there is a man and that it is not only in transport that traffic is very disrupted.


Source: lefigaro

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