Guests of the show “We are almost live”, broadcast on France 2 on Saturday December 12, 2020, Sophie Davant and Dadju were victims of a misunderstanding. She thought he had confused her with Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine, she thought she did not remember a show shot together …
What could be better than a good dose of unease to cheer up after a gloomy year? Sophie Davant and Dadju have just offered us a tasty sequence.
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On Saturday December 12, 2020, the artist and the host were on the set of On est almost en direct (France 2), alongside David Hallyday and his host Laurent Ruquier. The presenter of concluded Affairs was there to ensure the promotion of its magazine, the bimonthly S .
Knowing her quality as an interviewer, Laurent Ruquier offered to help Sophie Davant to interview the two musicians. He then sought to know if she had already had the pleasure of receiving Dadju or David Hallyday in one of his programs. If It starts today was clearly broadcast ” far too early in the morning ” to the taste of the rocker’s son , Dadju recalled a show shot opposite Sophie Davant. ” We made C to you,” he said, looking unconfident. ” Ah no C to you it’s not me “, immediately corrected the host.
” This is Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine, ” said Laurent Ruquier. ” We were invited together, ” breathed Dadju, whom no one listened to. ” We did The Letter , where you surprised … “, continued Sophie Davant, interrupted by the host. “ I like to make my guests feel uncomfortable from the start, ” he laughed.
If a wind of unease blew on the set for a few seconds, the presenter corrected the shot. The day after the broadcast of the show, Sophie Davant explained on Instagram that ” Dadju was right last night “. ” We had done well C to you together, as guests! Sorry for not remembering that! I kiss her, ” she wrote. A post liked by Dadju himself. No blurring on the horizon …
The program On est almost en direct (France 2) broadcast in the second part of the evening with 887,000 viewers or 13.9% of the market share, as reportedPuremedia .