FIGARO LIVE – The host who launches “Rassemblance” on Saturday on TV5 Monde returns to a “Morning Live” program where the American actor was annoyed with him.
“Rassemblance”: this is the title of the new Magloire program offered from Saturday January 14, 2022 at 9 a.m. A documentary series in which the host goes to meet individuals from all over France who have successfully integrated. In the first episode, Caroline, a Vietnamese who lives in Noyant-d’Allier in Auvergne, testifies. “The essence of this series is “living together”“, confides the ex-acolyte of Vincent McDoom on the set of “Buzz TV” this Thursday. “Even if we come from totally different backgrounds, we can suddenly reach out to each other“, he hopes.
Magloire denies any message of a political nature. “I defend a message of humanity. We are connected every day with people who come from elsewhere. And rather than being afraid of them and denying them, it is better to know who they are and discover them.“, he adds. During our interview, Magloire also looked back on his years at “Morning Live”. “Today, at a time when the slightest word is controversial, we would be, believes the one who has always remained close to Michaël Youn. We wouldn’t do it again today, if only because we changed our age“.
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Still according to Magloire, Michaël Youn’s team set limits not to be crossed, trying in particular to respect others and not to show pornographic content. “We didn’t allow ourselves everything and we knew exactly where we were going“, he completes before acknowledging that he had “still had some overflows and some slippages“. Among his worst career memories, Magloire remembers the passage of Dwayne Johnson in the morning of the Six. “I wanted to make a blagounette and I touched his muscle. Raising my head, I saw death in those eyes. I told myself that I was going to die live! He didn’t like my caress“, he remembers.