after Matthieu Delormeau, another columnist announces his departure from the show

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after Matthieu Delormeau, another columnist announces his departure from the show





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TPMP: after Matthieu Delormeau, another columnist announces his departure from the show

After the announcement of Mathieu Delormeau’s departure from the TPMP program, a new columnist would leave the program presented by Cyril Hanouna. Indeed, Télé-Loisirs reveals the identity of this presenter, who leaves the C8 stage for new projects in cinema or on the radio.

Very often in the life of a program broadcast on television, the returns to September are synonymous with changes. This is the case for the show Do not touch My TV, presented by Cyril Hanouna. Indeed, on June 19, Matthieu Delormeau, emblematic columnist of the show had announced his departure, following the deprogramming of its named program TPMP People. “Everything has an end and you have to know how to move on. I announced it to Cyril Hanouna a few days ago. I want to live new adventures, on television, on the radio, on stage or on a movie set … If I don’t do it now, I will never do it “, he said in an interview with the Parisian. A shock wave for fans of the chronicler who is apparently not the only one to set sail.


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Another blow

Indeed, according to information from Télé-Loisirs, published on this Wednesday July 8, another facilitator would be on the start. It is Cedric Cizaire who had made his first appearance 2 years ago. According to our colleagues, the 38-year-old comedian starts from “on his own”. A departure which is for him synonymous with new projects : “Whatever happens, I’ll be on the radio next season. My other very big back-to-school project will be to go back on stage in September with my new one-man-show. I will play this new show in Paris, but I cannot yet tell you in which room. I will also play in the provinces “, did he tell the Audiovisual Letter. Another blow to TPMP who still recruits new columnists. Indeed, from next season, Patrice Laffont, Thomas Villechaize and Jean-Pascal Lacoste will enter Cyril Hanouna’s program.

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