first scandal, a celebrity gets fired from the casting and goes on the attack

After disappearing from the screens in 2023, TF1’s flagship show, Dance with the stars, will be back this year. This Thursday, January 25, we learned that season 13 of the program will be launched on TF1 on February 16. This new edition will once again be presented by Camille Combal and looks very promising in terms of the casting!

Twelve candidates will compete on the floor, among them: the American actor James Dentonthe former Miss France Diane Leyrethe singer Pirate’s heartthe singer Black Mthe host Cristina Cordula

the drag queen big winner of Drag Race France, Keionacomedian and TikTok star Nico Caponethe singing teacher of the Star Academy, Adeline Toniuttithe famous buyer Caroline Margeridonthe singer Natasha St-Pier, the comedian Roman Doduik and finally the comedian Inès Reg.

As for the jury, it will be made up of Chris Marques, Fauve Hautot, Jean-Marc Généreux who is making his comeback and a new recruit named Mel Charlot.

Another French celebrity ousted at the last minute
Physical performance, comfort in front of the camera, schedule… if certain personalities sometimes pass the casting of “Dancing with the Stars”, it can sometimes happen that they are not selected to participate in the show. This Friday, January 26, 2024, we learned with amazement, that another celebrity would have passed the casting this year and would have happily been selected.

If she was planned to participate in this season 13, she was ultimately thrown out of the cast at the last minute. It’s the rapper Franglish! Information revealed by journalist Clément Garin recently, and confirmed by Franglish himself on Instagram after being questioned about his participation in Dance with the stars. “Yes, I had to do it, it was on course, but hey… At the last minute, there was a change that my team and I didn’t understand at all. Too bad in any case, we’re moving on thing now.” said the 29-year-old singer who was therefore ousted without explanation…


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