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Canada "They watered down to death": Loïc denounces the editing of Beijing express (VIDEO)

11:45  25 february  2021
11:45  25 february  2021 Source:   programme-television.org

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First eliminated from "Beijing express" with his partner Sabine, Loïc was the guest of Cyril Hanouna in "Touche pas à mon poste!" (C8).

Premier éliminé de © C8 First eliminated from "Beijing express" with his partner Sabine, Loïc was the guest of Cyril Hanouna in "Touche pas à mon poste!" (C8).

This Wednesday, February 24, 2021, Loïc from Beijing express was present on the set of TPMP , on C8. The 33-year-old dad formed a pair of strangers with Sabine. Eliminated in the first episode against Crisoula and Jenny, the Belgian aunt and niece, the duo sadly stood out for their disagreement during their short adventure.

According to Loïc, his sometimes virulent behavior towards Sabine was amplified by the editing. " I had the producer online this morning, the editor-in-chief, I gave them my feedback, he explains. Like I say, I'm a temper, in the picture that was Now they've watered down to death or tried to blend as best they could because I got caught up in it, just ".

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An opinion shared by Gilles Verdez: " I fully understand what Loïc feels, because looking at the images yesterday, I myself was uncomfortable. I found that the cast, and particularly your partner, fell into caricature. And even in the small portrait that we see of you, you are a competitor, you want to win, but you're not what you see on the show. There you are, with her, mean, aggressive, and that sounded wrong. And I think they made a cut, they made oriented the program, towards stereotypes and caricatures. It bothered me a lot last night ".

Loïc recalls that he also shared good times with Sabine, which were not broadcast, especially in the evening when they were staying with the locals. " I'm shown to be a pasha, she who does the laundry, I haven't done anything" , he regrets.

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