This Wednesday, April 27, Cyril Hanouna and the columnists of TPMP wanted to come back to a controversy concerning Delphine Wespiser. On April 13, in the middle of the presidential election, the former Miss France and columnist on the C8 show publicly expressed her disappointment with Emmanuel Macron’s past term and felt that Marine Le Pen “has changed a lot”. Following these remarks, the columnist was temporarily ousted from TPMP and Matthieu Delormeau explained that the Miss no longer had her place in “Fort Boyard” where she occupies the role of Blanche and Rouge. Back on the set tonight, Delphine Wespiser violently attacked the show’s columnist.
These two are unlikely to go on vacation together. This Wednesday, April 27, at the end of the show, Cyril Hanouna and the TPMP team wanted to come back to a major controversy which concerns one of the program’s flagship columnists: Delphine Wespiser. Right between the two rounds of the presidential election, on April 13, the former Miss France very openly expressed her disappointment with Emmanuel Macron’s first term, for which she had nevertheless voted in 2017. She then explained that she wished see “a woman President of the Republic, a mother of the French, someone who brings people together and who protects, with a woman’s sensitivity”, echoing Marine Le Pen. Following this speech, the Alsatian Miss was the target of strong criticism and insults, especially on social networks. Despite several explanations, the columnist was temporarily removed from “Touche pas à mon poste!” since it was deducted from the speaking time of the candidate of the National Rally. Cyril Hanouna later revealed that the young woman received “pressure from some of her employers”.
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“She has nothing more to do on the set!”
Last Friday, on the same set, Matthieu Delormeau did not support the former beauty queen … quite the contrary. The columnist, shocked by the words of his colleague, felt that the young woman no longer had her place in “Fort Boyard”, a game “for children” according to him and even risked a risky comparison with Dieudonné. This Wednesday evening, the former Miss was back on the TPMP set to explain herself with Matthieu Delormeau. And the least we can say is that the young woman did not mince her words: “Matthew is poison incarnate. I think he must see a real malaise in him to spread so much hate around him.” Visibly very disappointed by Matthieu Delormeau’s behavior towards her, the one who plays Blanche et Rouge in “Fort Boyard” expressed her incomprehension with great vehemence: “Is there only one person here who can say that Matthew has no poison with him?” she asked, surveying the TPMP audience. “I don’t know what to tell you, I feel sorry for you. (…) You love money and you love yourself, you don’t love anyone so I wonder what happened to you. ( …) I contacted lawyers. I can file a complaint against you for defamation and public insults” she continues. Injured, the columnist then launched: “He does everything for the buzz, he would be ready to sell his father and his mother for the buzz!” This comment was too much for Matthieu Delormeau: “Well, we’ll stop there. (…) It’s grotesque. She insults my mother who is no longer there (…) I thought there would have been a little in-depth debate. We’ll stop there.”
If many Internet users continue to support the former Miss France, others, very many this evening, were very shocked by the comments of the columnist towards Matthieu Delormeau.