She had “carte blanche” last Monday live on France 2 and, however, it was a red card that Alexandra Pizzagali collected. According to Var-Matin, she is no longer part of the show. His sketch, a great moment of embarrassment widely shared on social networks, was not assumed by France Télévisions and the teams of Telematin.
After a teleprompter problem, the comedian had somehow continued with his column trying touches of humor on the author of the July 14 attack in Nice, which left 86 dead and 450 injured in 2016 – and whose trial began on Monday. A caustic humor that went badly with viewers and Internet users.
France Télévision had directly dissociated itself
The same afternoon, France Télévisions had disassociated itself from the comedian via a press release: “The management of France Télévisions and the teams of Telematin regret that a column with a humorous vocation rightly offended many viewers. We offer our apologies and express our solidarity with the victims of the Nice attack and their loved ones”. The next day in “Télématin”, it was the turn of Thomas Sotto and Julia Vignali to apologize.
Released by his management, which thus confirms his aversion to risk-taking, the comedian resumes his show alone-on-stage at La Scala in Paris on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from September 15. She is also every Wednesday at 4 p.m. on France Inter in Matthieu Noël’s show, “Zoom Zoom Zen”.