Comedian Alexandra Pizzagali made her return to the Télématin program on France 2 on Monday. The young woman suffered many technical problems. In addition, many viewers said they were shocked by his humor.
First column, first disappointments for Alexandra Pizzagali. The comedian realized this Monday, September 5 his return to France, in the program “Télématin”. However, it has been marred by a series of technical bugs. Some of the young woman’s jokes also shocked viewers.
“Hello dear viewers”, begins the comedian, facing the camera, before stopping dead in his speech. Alexandra Pizzagali continues the moments of hesitation before exclaiming: “I have a problem. I have a problem with the teleprompter! I’m sorry,” she said, explaining also that the teleprompter located on the set did not display not his text.
The comedian then begins his so-called “asshole or bitch of the week” column. She devotes it to the terrorist of the Nice attacks (while the trial of the attacks begins on Monday). The young woman then chained the jokes on zoophilia, domestic violence and terrorism. She is then about to release a few jokes about Louis de Funès when the channel suddenly launches an advertising page, cutting the young woman in the middle of her column. She was finally able to resume speaking just after the break.
“Everything is fine”
Still, the France Télévisions group presented these apologies on Monday: “France Télévisions and the teams of Telematin deeply regret that a column with a humorous vocation broadcast this Monday has offended many viewers”, explained the group to our colleagues from Var Matin. We would like to sincerely apologize and express all our solidarity with the victims of the Nice attack and their relatives”.
For her part, Alexandra Pizzagali returned to the incident on Instagram: “Okay, we had a good laugh but everything is fine. First live, teleprompter problem, caught off guard […] which caused the delay. And the advertisements being scheduled to the minute, they were sent before I could finish my column”, explaining in passing that they were not subject to any censorship.
The comedian gave viewers an appointment next week for his second column. Perhaps without pitfalls this time.