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Entertainment Laurence Jomand, producer of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" ":" Celebrities are nervous "

16:05  01 august  2020
16:05  01 august  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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For you, what is the particularity of an edition with celebrities compared to a program with anonymous?

The major difference is that personalities don't play for themselves, but for associations. It changes everything. When you are known, you do not want to appear uneducated in front of the whole of France, but, above all, you want to bring in as much money as possible for the association you defend. So when the celebrities come in, they're pretty tense, they're nervous.

Do the questions have the same level of difficulty as usual?

Exactly the same. All the questions are recorded with a level of difficulty and, when we arrive on the set, the computer will look for a question of level 1, 2, 3… up to 15.

The celebrities are at home, in videoconference, to play in tonight's show…

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Yes, because we recorded it during the first days of deconfinement. Camille is alone on set, so we keep "the call home" [a viewer becomes the joker of a celebrity, replacing the "public opinion", ndr].

As a producer, what is your assessment of the “home” versions of Who Wants To Be A Home Millionaire?

At first I was dubious. I said to myself: "The guests are all alone at home, there will not be this closeness to Camille". In the game, looks are very important, as well as being on a set with a bit of Hitchcock music, very loud. I figured that since they were playing from home, there wouldn't be that tension. In the end, we had moments of fun and relaxation, but we also had moments of tension because the guests are alone, unlike the usual show, where they play two. Being at home did not in any way take away their jitters. For me, the result was extremely positive.

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