Guest of “What an era!” on France 2, the host of TF1 found the one who had produced his very first program in 2006 on NRJ12.
“Thank you for the welcome and the Dragibus! » On Instagram, Camille Combal expressed the pleasure he had to be invited in the issue of “What an era! » broadcast on Saturday evening on France 2. The host of TF1 came, alongside Frédéric Hazan, to talk about his first role in a series called Need love broadcast on OCS where he plays a comedian as pretentious as failed. Facing him, he found Christophe Dechavanne which made him debut on television in 2006 on NRJ12 in a game produced by Coyote Productions, Yes No Game Show .
“The first famous person I met in my life was Christophe”revealed Camille Combal in an anecdote relating to his childhood in Serre Chevalier in the Hautes-Alpes. “He had come to participate in the Andros Trophy at the time, I must have been 9 or 10 years old, and he had very kindly agreed to take a picture with me. I have a particular admiration and affection. » Christophe Dechavanne was surprised by this story dating back to January 1990. At the time, he was 32 years old and hosted shows like “Ciel, mon mardi! on TF1.
As Yann Barthès was able to do it when Camille Combal came to “Daily” on TMCLéa Salamé had fun listing the impressive amount of programs hosted by the native of Gap. “Do you also do the weather on TF1? »she chambered him. “The day he draws the EuroMillions, it will smell bad”, mischievously underlined Christophe Dechavanne. In January 2014, the TF1 group has recovered the broadcast of the daily draws of the games of La Française des jeux by entrusting the incarnation to several of its animators. For nearly ten years, Vincent Cerutti, Sandrine Quétier, Estelle DenisKarine Ferri, Laurie CholewaIris Mittenaere, Elsa Fayer, Christophe Beaugrand, Marion Jollès, Anaïs Grangerac, Ines Vandamme or even Jean-Pierre Foucault lent themselves to the exercise.