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Canada Charlotte (Love is in the meadow) target of criticism: "It was a wave ..."

18:55  13 october  2020
18:55  13 october  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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Accused of not being sincere with Laurent, Charlotte (Love is in the meadow) was the target many reviews on social networks. The latter wanted to speak out in order to silence her detractors.

Accusée de ne pas être sincère avec Laurent, Charlotte (L'amour est dans le pré) a été la cible de nombreuses critiques sur les réseaux sociaux. Cette dernière a tenu à s’exprimer afin de faire taire ses détracteurs. © M6 Accused of not being sincere with Laurent, Charlotte (Love is in the meadow) has been the target of numerous criticisms on social networks. The latter wanted to speak out in order to silence her critics.

On September 14, viewers gathered at the launch of the 15th season of Love is in the meadow were able to discover Charlotte, a contender who had come to meet Laurent. However, Internet users quickly expressed doubts about the real motivations of the young woman. " I think Laurent made the wrong choice with Charlotte. I can't tell if she's sincere, but above all, she doesn't know what a cow is, she can't stand the slightest sheep of dust … "can one read in particular on Twitter. During an interview with Non Stop People , Laurent's contender reconsidered her participation in the show.

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" The most important thing is that I am at peace with myself and that all those around me find me in who I am. As a single mom, I would never have allowed myself to write a letter if it wasn't sincere. I knew that by doing this, I was committing a lot of things. I knew that 'they were going to see me as the young city dweller . " explains the young woman. " I knew I was going to be criticized. Afterwards, talking about a lack of sincerity, it remains a broadcast of a speed-dating of ten minutes. Internet users and viewers can afford to judge on these ten minutes, but it remains ten minutes. They will make their own opinion. Afterwards, it is not easy to take. It was a surge . " she concludes

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