Alexia Laroche-Joubert appointed president of the company Miss France: Sylvie Tellier on departure?

It was with amazement that we learned this Wednesday, October 13 that Alexia Laroche-Joubert had just been appointed president of the company Miss France. She thus replaces Nicolas Coppermann, the boss of Endemol.

Sylvie Tellier is she on the verge of losing her status as general manager of the Miss France committee? The one who succeeded Geneviève de Fontenay was very often attacked by the lady with the hat in the press. She believes that the former beauty queen has “stolen her life”. Miss France 2002 confided in this subject last year:

It is true that Mme de Fontenay attacks me regularly. I was elected alongside her in 2002 and I have great respect for the work and investment she has given to ensure that this competition becomes what it is.

Sylvie Tellier
Sylvie Tellier @ Instagram

Shortly after her election, Sylvie Tellier took a very close interest in the organization of the competition for the most beautiful woman in France. In 2007, she officially becomes general manager when Geneviève de Fontenay slams the committee door.

A surprising reorganization

While Sylvie Tellier was headed by Nicolas Copperman, a close friend ofEndemol, this one has just given way to Alexia Laroche-Joubert.

As announced in a press release this Wednesday, October 13, the presidency of the company Miss France is now devolved to the producer of Ch’tis. The one who is also at the head of the company Adventure Line Production, who produces Koh-Lanta, therefore offers itself a new program whose traditional concept could well be greatly modified.

Would the arrival of Alexia Laroche-Joubert be a source of concern for Sylvie Tellier? The mother was content to share the information without commenting, between two stories on her menu before going to the table.

@ Instagram screenshot

A reality TV program to elect the next Miss?

Indeed, it is whispered that the conditions of participation in the competition will become completely different. The contenders for the title would compete in a reality TV show before being elected by the public to be able to stand in the competition.

At least that is what Hubert Guérin revealed, former close to Geneviève de Fontenay and who is about to release a book in which he swings on the back of the scene of the Miss France election.

What do you think ? Would a reality TV show to elect the next Miss France be a revolutionary idea or a scandalous initiative?

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