Stéphane Plaza has always been very secretive about his private life. Often asked about his sexual orientation, it was only in 2022 that he agreed to answer. "I think it's crazy that people are asking these kinds of questions about me. Well, I'm saying it for the first time: I'm straight. That's it," he said in an interview with Le Journal du dimanche.
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Monday evening, the host, who is about to celebrate his 53rd birthday, spoke at length in "En aparté" on Canal +. He thus returned to his success. Indeed, since 2006, he officiates almost every week - if not every evening - on M6. An omnipresence that comes at a cost. And for good reason. Stéphane Plaza, who is primarily a real estate agent, still has no children. "There is no room in this hyperactivity to start your own family?" asked Nathalie Levy.
"It would still be a shame not to pass on something important when we have done everything I have done"
"I want to. I take time. I am myself because I have not finally realized myself as a man so I will find the place. I think I needed to show myself maybe things, maybe to realize myself," he first replied. "Even though I still have a lot of things to do, the TV isolates. It was Jean-Luc Delarue who told me: "The first five years, enjoy it is great but if you go even higher, you will see that it will be complicated". We don't think it's complicated, but yes, it isolates because, for example, if I take this remote control and put it here, we're going to say: "But why did he do that? Why did he put it there when yesterday he put it there?" " he explained.
"I'm not alone in doing a show, there are a lot of people around me but when you succeed, you are the only one to have the glory and when you miss yourself, you are the only one to have failure. It isolates you a little, we dare not talk to you, we do not dare to say to you: "How are you?" We are afraid of disturbing you, wrongly," he added. And to conclude: "I think that yes, there is room and it is necessary. It would still be a shame not to pass on something important when we have done everything I have done, so I will give myself the means to do it. But I think before I wasn't ready."