"Come home for dinner, you'll get a show!"columnist of Cyril Hanouna, Sophie Coste has decided to go to the denunciation!

Laurent Delahousse received the singer Barbara Pravi, the politician, Fabien Roussel and the actress Alexandra Lamy, in 8:30 p.m., Sunday on France 2, a few days ago. The latter was promoting the film, The Chamber of Wonders, by director Liza Azuelos. The journalist asked her about the sexism she suffered at the start of her career. “True or false? During one of your first interviews, 25 years ago, you were asked a question: did you sleep to succeed? Is it a reality? You were asked this kind of issues ?”he asked her. “Well yes of course, there had to be that. It was still the years… There was still: ‘Oh a hand over there, it’s not a big deal'”.

Comments on which Matthieu Delormeau wished to return in TPMP PeopleSaturday, March 18, 2023 on C8.

He then turned to Sophie Coste. The one who worked on the morning of Darling FM first explained: “You know what I find most sexist in television and especially in radio: it’s the wage disparity between women and men”, did she let go. “You mean hands on buttocks, inappropriate stuff?”asked the columnist to the host. “Were you told: ‘Come home for dinner, maybe you’ll have a show, a producer’?”

“I just remember that when I started on M6, I was really young, I must have been 20 at the time and I found myself next to a producer who said: ‘Oh well, put it on next to me…”she said. “Afterwards, I think it depends on the attitude we have. I have the impression in any case that I don’t plan this kind of thing”.

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