During the evening, the roles were well distributed between Jean-Louis Lahaye who took care of the presentation and the entertainment part, and Anne-Laure Macq, in his cozy living room to receive testimonials. Ari Abittan, the sponsor of the edition, made the link between the two atmospheres.
Among the highlights, Typh Barrow resumed his hit “Hurts”, accompanied by the dance of Florent, in a wheelchair. The evening allowed us to see less able-bodied personalities who have marked the last editions. Covid obliges, it was difficult to receive them on the set, everything was done by video conference.
The music part was provided by Patrick Fiori, Amir, Louane or Loïc Nottet. The animators of the chain were called upon at the call center to receive pledges. They were to take turns for nearly 4 hours. In Heppignies, N’Allo also served as a promises center to receive maximum calls from viewers of Featured.
In total, the 15,000 CAP 48 volunteers in the field and RTBF staff managed to collect more than 6.7 million euros which will help associations fighting to promote the inclusion and well-being of disabled people and young people in difficulty.