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"The bastards!" : Anne-Élisabeth Lemoine surprised (and cleansed) by a huge water fight in "C à Vous"


VIDEO – Monday evening, the host of France 5 found herself soaked after the passage of Nagui and Bruno Guillon on her show.


Remind me of your respective ages?"


On France 5 Monday evening, Anne-Élisabeth Lemoine found herself in the middle of a water fight, launched by Nagui and Bruno Guillon, who came to promote the new France 2 game "Your life at stake", produced by the first and animated by the second.

The two accomplices had brought with them enema pears filled with water, which gave them ideas.

With each incorrect (or correct, for that matter) answer to a game organized by the “C à Vous” team, Nagui and Bruno Guillon sprayed each other with water.

A battle that took on a whole new dimension when Anne-Élisabeth Lemoine and her columnists Patrick Cohen and Mohamed Bouhafsi were targeted.

The bastards!

“, reacts the presenter before hiding under the table.

Only the dean of the talk show Pierre Lescure is spared.

Read also “Babeth has anger but not forgiveness”: Did Patrick Cohen and Anne-Élisabeth Lemoine settle their accounts live in “C à vous”?

Result, the make-up of the one nicknamed Babeth has completely flowed.


Isn't it waterproof?"

“, teases Nagui.

I have plenty everywhere, right?

“Asks the person concerned while in her headset, she is told to wash her right eyelid.

No, no it passes cream

”, reassures the host of “Don’t forget the lyrics”.


We can see that it rained a lot

", summarizes Pierre Lescure, amused.


It was a good idea to bring enema pears full of water

," ironically Anne-Élisabeth Lemoine concludes.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-03-28

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