In a long interview given to the magazine Interview, the host of “Touche pas à mon poste!” on C8 confided that he did not appreciate the way in which the story ended with his two former collaborators.
In the long history of ” Do not touch My TV! » , Cyril Hanouna has seen countless columnists pass by. Among those who have counted since 2010, Bertrand Chameroy And Camille Combal have long held a special place in his heart. The first joined the show in 2012 for a daily humorous column which contributed to the success of the show. Overworked, he left “TPMP” in March 2016 before returning for three weeks in September 2018.
The second remained for six years in “Touche pas à mon poste!” » with a column just as resounding as that of Bertrand Chameroy and several prime time shows on C8 produced by H2O Productions. In May 2018, Camille Combal announced her departure while remaining mysterious about her choice to join TF1, a channel with which Cyril Hanouna was in conflict.
“Bertrand Chameroy and Camille Combal left like thieves”
“I didn’t even call him, it ended like that. I’ve never had him on the phone since.”, Cyril Hanouna told when he discovered the news in the press. Despite this distance for five and a half years, the understanding between the host and Camille Combal has always remained cordial. Which is no longer the case with Bertrand Chameroy since the Louis Boyard affair in November 2022. “He had encouraged Arcom to give us a big fine. Really, I hate people who spit in soup”Cyril Hanouna reacted.
“Bertrand Chameroy spits in the soup, as he will one day spit in that of France 5 and France 2”he confirmed in a long interview with the magazine Interview. “He’s a little thing, he doesn’t really know where he wants to go. » Before adding: “Bertrand Chameroy and Camille Combal are my biggest disappointments. They were not grateful. They left like thieves, it’s not right”.
Cyril Hanouna believes that his two former collaborators are “excellent number 2s” but that the job of animator is not made for them. “Being number 1 is a job. »