Guests of the last TPMP show before the summer break, Sylvie Ortega and Eryl Prayer did not manage to make peace. Worse, the two relatives of Loana copiously insulted each other live.
Big atmosphere on the set of TPMP this Thursday, June 10, 2021. While Francis Lalanne had come to explain himself on the controversy of Daily, (he is accused of having hit a cameraman on the show), Sylvie Ortega Munos and Eryl Prayer were summoned by Cyril Hanouna. The troublemaker of C8 indeed wanted to know if Loana’s two relatives were managed to bury the hatchet. Alas, this does not seem to be the case. Insults, sidelong glances, sighs of exasperation … don’t seem to be improving between the Spanish top and the lookalike of Elvis Presley.
A song to make peace?
Determined to learn more about the differences that still oppose Sylvie Ortega Munos and Eryl Prayer, Cyril Hanouna had the idea of inviting them to sing Love me Tender. Baba obviously chose a pretty love song of the King in order tocalm the mood. But it definitely takes a lot more to put a smile on the face of the infernal duo.
We leave with Eryl Prayer and Sylvie Ortega 😂
— TPMP (@TPMP) June 10, 2021
Before singing the melody, the pretty brunette couldn’t help but explain that she didn’t “forgive” people she didn’t know. Worse, she dared to throw at the one who accused her of abusing Loana that he remained a “co **** d anyway”.
Words that did not please the singer at all.
An arm of honor as a farewell
Very annoyed, Eryl Prayer could not help but say what he was thinking:
Le co****d il t’em****e »
He launched out of the blue.
A few seconds later, enemies have embarked on the highly anticipated duo. If fans of the program once believed in a reconciliation, the latter will unfortunately not have taken place. A handsome player, the Elvis lookalike held out his hand to the model once the last note of the melody had been sung. But far from seizing this opportunity, the ex-agent of the star of Loft Story just made him a arm of honor. Resentful, Sylvie Ortega Munos is not about to forgive the artist for having dragged her through the mud.