Entertainment Claire Chazal and the celebrity press: how she experienced these intrusions
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© BOWEN / BESTIMAGE Claire Chazal and PPDA, "the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton of TF1": Etienne Mougeotte remembers In a book entitled "Powers", published this Wednesday, February 3, Étienne Mougeotte looks back on his career within TF1. The former number 2 of the front page naturally evokes the couple formed by Claire Chazal and Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, whom he also compares to a mythical couple of American cinema.
intrusions Interviewed on France Inter this Thursday, March 4, Claire Chazal spoke confided on how she experienced the media coverage of details of her private life, by the press people.
Claire Chazal was the guest of, broadcast on France Inter, this Thursday, March 4th. The 64-year-old journalist agreed to give herself up to radio host Sonia Devillers, evoking concerning her ex-companion Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, but also by returning to . Without complex, the assured in particular that "to be revealed in Paris Match" was not "her goal". "It turned out that there is a question about who this character is ...", she explained, specifying that "to do television is to have a journalist status, but also [ another, a public figure ".
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"There is a way 'to enter people every day' and therefore basically, in a certain way, to 'be part of the family'. We have to accept it" , underlined Claire Chazal, who acknowledges having given of his person to viewers, but also more generally to the French by engaging in his private life to the press people. "I gave a little, it's true, of my personal life, trying to tell stories, but also to keep things to myself", developed"Basically, I liked talking about it" . In the end, confiding in certain media about her daily life outside the television sets was also a way of "mastering a little better" what he said to himself about her. Either way, that's not what she wants to leave as a "trace."
"I prefer to leave a trace of a serious journalist from JT. I know that this trace is ephemeral since one newspaper chases the other" , continued, who then continued her career by writing books and who "wishes" to be remembered for her publications, as well as for her former role as a news anchor. "But all that is erased ... What will we leave? We do not know ...", said Claire Chazal to whom the celebrity press "asked a lot of questions about what she embodied". "I understood that women were trying to recognize each other and that touches me. Yes, basically, I liked talking about it" , then added the journalist, who is now trying to understand " where come "the personalities that she interviews in turn in the cultural program that she presents on France 5 since 2019." That's what interests me, "she concluded.
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