September 25, 2021, Bruno broke a historic record in the 12 strokes of noon. At the end of eight months of participation in the game of TF1, he became the biggest winner of the televised games in France by exceeding the million wins and gifts, equivalent to the sum of 1,002,907 euros. A record that he could still beat since Bruno is still on the air every noon with Jean-Luc Reichmann. It must be said that he has free time. Indeed, since last April, Bruno is unemployed. A dismissal which originated in the health crisis.
“I suspected it. There is a social plan in the company and one person per pole had to leave“, he explained on the set of 12 noon shots at the time. This Wednesday, September 29, passing through Day-to-day, Bruno returned to the subject, he who was working Eurosport as researcher at the advertising agency chain. “There was a PSE [un Plan de Sauvegarde de l’Emploi, ndlr] since Eurosport was broadcasting a lot of live programs. I took care of putting advertisements in the direct programs and in particular alpine skiing. During the Covid, there were not too many live sporting events, the receipts have dropped a little bit“, he explained to Yann Barthès.
Bruno adds that his departure was not a big surprise to him, being one “of the latest arrivalsWhat’s more, someone who is still single prefers to see the glass half full. “Finally, the show came on time. It was borderline positive because it is really very psychologically and physically demanding to do a show. The shoots follow one another at a pace …“, he underlined, very happy not to have been forced to work in parallel.
If he is for the moment largely sheltered from want, Bruno nevertheless keeps his head on his shoulders and intends to rebuild a career. For Leisure TV, he confided to be followed professionally “to take stock of skills, find training courses, retraining that might interest mer.“