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The 12 blows of noon: Bruno beats a new French television record! – Telestar


New record for Bruno this Saturday August 28 in Les 12 Coups de midi. The noon master has managed to surpass another figure on the small screen.

The pretty course of Bruno will make many envious. This Saturday, August 28, the greatest master of noon broke a new record on the plateau of 12 midday shots. Indeed, with 215 participations in the game show of TF1, the prodigious candidate has eclipsed another key figure of the small screen. He exceeded the 214 participations of Marie-Christine, the greatest champion of Everyone wants to take its place. A historic first for the PAF. Remember, this one left the game of France 2 in December 2018.

Marie-Christine Alaoui Soulimani has chained the victories until the day when Pierre-Etienne managed to oust him from the game, formerly presented by Nagui, in full theme “Medical specialties.” At 48 years old at the time of the facts, she left Everyone wants to take her place with a total gain of 196,000 euros. For his part, Bruno holds a jackpot of 906,134 euros in the 12 midday shots.

Bruno ready to meet Marie-Christine from Everyone wants to take his place?

The two champions could even discuss their respective trajectories. Indeed, with the magazine TV-Leisure, Bruno revealed that the world of small screen record holders is small. “Maybe there will be a contact in the next few days. Romain, a former Master of noon told me about her. Telling me she was adorable. Through him, I had encouraging words from him. I would love to meet her! “, did he declare. Waiting for, Bruno continues his adventure in the 12 midday shots. He will be back on the TF1 antenna on the evening of this Saturday, August 28 due to the broadcast of 12 Back to school shots.

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