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"Ullissime", "hooked on her teleprompter", "breathless" ...: Laury Thilleman targets criticism during the Victoires de la Musique


REVIEW OF TWEETS – Friday evening, live on France 2 from the musical Seine in Paris, the former Miss France presented the 38th edition of the music awards ceremony. A performance that was not unanimous with viewers.

In the same way as Angèle, Stromae or Orelsan, the winners of the evening, Laury Thilleman, the presenter of the Victoires de la Musique on France 2, pranced at the top of the most commented subjects on Twitter Friday evening.

In question ?

His performance at the head of the barnum which rewards French-speaking artists.

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Viewers, active on social networks, were obviously not blown away by the one who hosted the awards evening for the first time solo.

They spotted language tics and stammers, especially when Calogero awarded the Victory of Honor to Serge Lama.

For many Internet users, Laury Thilleman has not yet mastered the -complicated- tool of the teleprompter.

Some viewers also regretted that the former Miss Brittany and Miss France was alone at the Commendations of Victories.

Laury Thilleman still finds support from Maïtena Biraben, in front of her television on Friday evening, and convinced by the budding presenter.

Not to mention the management of France Télévisions, embodied by Alexandra Redde-Amiel, director of public service entertainment, who, this Saturday morning, congratulated her on the evening's audiences.

They were around 2.35 million viewers and 15.6% audience share combined.

France 2 ranked second channel of the evening, according to figures from Mediametrie.

Source: lefigaro

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