This June 4, Laurent Ruquier made his very last show of the second part of the evening on Saturday evening on France 2. Hugo Manos, his companion, confided in the reasons for his departure.
Friday June 3, Laurent Ruquier announced that he was leaving the time slot for the second part of the evening on Saturday on France 2. A place he had occupied for 16 years with We are not lying then We are live.
This Saturday, June 4, took place the last broadcast of On est direct by Laurent Ruquier, who gives way to Léa Salamé, his partner for two years at the presentation. Columnist in TPMP, his companion Hugo Manos confided the reasons for the departure of Laurent Ruquier.
Hugo Manos “He only wants to have fun”
Hugo Manos thus explained what is currently going on in the head of Laurent Ruquier, and this without language of wood. He partly returned to the rumor of cold between the presenter and Léa Salamé: “As he has already said, he has no problem with Léa Salamé, but it’s true that it’s two ways of working that are diametrically opposed“he first clarified, before continuing: “I think that Léa arrived with the aim of boosting audiences too, after this first year when Laurent was alone. It is clear that audiences remained flat. So we wish Léa to succeed in boosting the audiences this time by being alone”did he declare.
The columnist then entrusted the new desires of Laurent Ruquier, at the dawn of his departure from this time slot. These are ultimately quite simple and modest, according to him: Laurent, what he wants today is to like it. After 30 years of career, he has largely proven himself. So he just wants to have fun. Do exactly what he wants. And there, in this case, he was no longer in phase with this model of co-animation“he confessed.
During his farewell speech this Saturday, June 4, Laurent Ruquier confided that he was working on many other projects, in parallel with the Children of TV program which he will also resume. We can’t wait to find out more and find the presenter at the height of his ambitions.
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