a parody of the Enfoires makes the Web die of laughter

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a parody of the Enfoirés makes the Web die of laughter





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VIDEO Morning Night: a parody of the Enfoires makes the Web die of laughter

With Les Chanteurs sans frontieres, Michael Youn combined honeyed music and trashy lyrics for a result that greatly pleased the viewers of Morning Night.

The Morning night made the evening of M6 viewers. Apart a controversial sketch on a Chinese couple, Michael Youn has achieved the feat of bringing fans back to life the laughter he got in the Morning live. The return of the megaphone has once again broke Juliette Arnaud’s ears and Audrey Fleurot showed her dancing skills… with flippers on her feet. At the very end of the show, Michael Youn did a nice surprise to viewers. As Coluche did before him, the troublemaker created a musical troupe. But contrary to Bastards, The Singers without limits do not collect donations for Les Restos du Coeur but only laughter.


Trash words on a cheerful tune, Michael Youn’s winning recipe

Internet users were charmed by this troupe, which sang unspeakable remarks in public. Except that, as the refrain says so well: “In song, in song, it goes better in song”. Therefore Michael Youn and his gang have drunk intone with a cheerful air : “You have cancer, you have no more arms, this child is not yours”. But also the very controversial: “Daddy goes to jail and sorry, uncle fiddled with me”. Very proud, the humorist spoke in full performance: “So it’s not better in song? You saw how it goes cream! We can say everything in song! “ And indeed, for once, the twittos found nothing wrong with it. All laughing, Internet users have totally valid The Singers without limits… Enough to give Michael Youn ideas?