Entertainment "I'm afraid that tomorrow I get fired": Léa Salamé reveals her terrible fear
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guest of Michel Cymes in her program Dr Good, Léa Salamé delivered overwhelming confidences.
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companion Raphaël Glucksmann will therefore have the pressure to try to keep by herself a satisfactory audience guest of Michel Cymes as part of his program Dr Good , broadcast on Friday July 29, 2022 on Instagram, Léa Salamé revealed himself with open heart . The journalist spent by France 24 and I-Télé notably returned to one of her biggest fears. "L is greater fear in my life it was the fear of losing. The fear of failing, the fear of failure. I think this is the thing that terrorized me the most. Maybe because I come from elsewhere. Maybe because I arrived in France at the age of five. Maybe because I had to fight to make my place and to have it, "she explained. And to continue his confidence :" Until now, I am afraid that it 'In fact stops. I'm afraid that tomorrow I'm getting fired. I will launch the show on Saturday evening alone since Laurent Ruquier stops, I say to everyone: 'It is 50/50, 50% luck that I can do, 50% luck that I fail' ”, she admitted.However, Léa Salamé said she worked on her and be able to better manage her feelings today. "If tomorrow, it doesn't work, I'm not going to do malignant. But I don't feel like it's the end of my life." She concluded. L.T
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