Entertainment The Big Heads: when Christine Bravo says a little too much about her passage "in a spa where we treated people who had addictions" (VIDEO)
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In the Big Heads on Tuesday, Christine Bravo spoke of her visit to a clinic to treat her addictions. The RTL columnist even threw out the name of some of the other (famous) clients ...
"I was doing a spa in a place where we treated people who had addictions ... ", animated every day by , does not disappoint listeners thanks to her always cheerful character and her often unusual stories. This Tuesday, January 12, the former host of Union Libre hit hard again by revealing the behind the scenes of a not necessarily joyful experience, that of a detoxification cure. If she does not present it that way - she prefers first of all to evoke an " thalasso ... where we treated people who had addictions " - her friends of the day, including , or even , will not let their chance to make fun of her pass by following this " euphemism ".
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"There was JoeyStarr, there were ... Oh well there was everyone!"
" It's called a confession! " even launches Thierry Ardisson's sniper. Unmasked, Christine Bravo continues. " And so, there was"I see his good wife bringing him a bottle of wine" , there were ... Oh well there was everyone! " then loose the host and columnist, casually, which amuses her even more. friend Laurent Baffie. " Oh go on swing, swing! " he even asks her. Not taken aback by this revelation, which the main interested party would perhaps have preferred not to see spread (even if he has already spoken about it in an interview), Christine Bravo continues and will say more about the reason why she was present in this " thalasso " center.
" At one point I see a guy, an Argentinian, with a guitar, who was playing and singing, and I see his good wife who brings him a bottle of wine. So I said to him 'say so you know that you are not allowed to bring wine!' And she says 'ah no, we are not allowed to bring wine to alcoholics!' " narrates the columnist. Except that the Argentinian in question apparently did not suffer from this addiction, but from another, to games of chance. "He's addicted to Rapido!" she specifies. "He sold the house, the car, he sold everything!" ended up unveiling Christine Bravo under the laughter of the band.
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