Valérie Pécresse made an astonishing surprise to Bertrand Chameroy in C à vous, this Friday, June 24. Indeed, she appeared in a video addressed to the comedian.
If Cyril Hanouna has decided to end this new season of Do not touch My TV Thursday, June 23, now the teams of It’s up to you finished their year the next day. And what an end! Indeed, Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine had the opportunity to question the Ukrainian First Lady to discuss the conflict in his country. It was also an opportunity for Bertrand Chameroy to give an end to this season. But the columnist did not expect to receive a surprising surprise. While during the Presidential, the comedian had largely made fun of Valérie Pécresse, he had confided to having made a donation to the politician following his debacle during the ballot.
Indeed, in the columns of ParisianBertrand Chameroy confided: “I did the math: at the rate of forty two-ball valves during the campaign, I arrived at 80 euros. I did not even receive a thank you …” Thus, Mohamed Bouhafsi, his colleague prepared a gift for him: “We couldn’t end this season without a note from someone who wanted to leave you a little message”. And it’s Valerie Pécresse that appears on the screen. “Hello Bertrand Chameroy, I wanted to take advantage of this video to sincerely thank you for your donation to my campaign. So it is true that, as I have been an inexhaustible source of inspiration for you in recent months and for your jokes at 2 balls as you say, it was not abnormal that you paid me some royalties”, launches the politician with humor.
Valérie Pécresse: “I wish you happy holidays and a good summer, because when you’re on vacation, it bothers me too”
Valérie Pécresse continues: “I wish you a good holiday and a good summer, because when you are on holiday, it bothers me too”. A nice surprise for Bertrand Chameroy! Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine then specifies that Mohamed Bouhafsi took weeks to be able to obtain this message. “I frankly thought that Valérie Pécresse would not answer. She is doing it. She’s playing the game. Hats off to her,” then reported Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine. A nice end clap for this last of the year!