VIDEO – Monday evening in France 2, in The biggest cabaret in the world Especially on December 31, the ventriloquist paid tribute to the person who launched it on the market. "I am proud of you," the mentor replied.
Do not mention his departure from France Televisions next June: this was the instruction of Patrick Sebastien to the guests of his last Christmas Eve on December 31, Monday evening broadcast on France 2. But all artists have not respected this desire for the letter. Jeff Panacloc has indeed wanted to pay tribute to him (see the video at the head of the article).
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It is to the astonishment of the leader of the Largest cabaret in the world that the ventriloquist and his famous puppet Jean-Marc appeared on stage during the show. "Oh damn," the protagonist was interested in the applause and the standing ovation of the audience. So you … fucked up! "And swore he did not know." Usually I always have the nose for surprises and how you did it to me … "His protégé then spoke again." We had nothing planned, I just wanted … It is difficult. I will get there, he stammered with a little emotion in his voice. Every time I am told in all interviews to never forget where we come from … And I come from here. And I was just a little freaky behind the scenes before I arrived and I just wanted to thank you. "" I am proud of you, you know, Patrick Sebastien reacted visibly emotionally. You fucked me at the end of the evening, "he concludes.
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This evening was successful. Approximately 3.8 million viewers were present, accounting for 27.1% of the audience. Patrick Sébastien collected 200,000 more people than last year (+ 1.5 points of audience share). This is not the last appearance of the host on France 2. He still has two Largest cabaret in the world, already shot, and two Happiness Years to broadcast.
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