Comedian Guillaume Lemay-Thievirge explains his unsolicited comments on the Gemini evening show An upside down worldon TVA, Friday evening.
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The new debate show’s host, Stephen Buro, earned the distinction a week after the comedian faced several criticisms, TVA confirmed.
Last Sunday evening, Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge interrupted host Véronique Cloutier to deliver a roughly three-minute rambling speech on (among other things) the importance of voting. At first we thought he was talking about regional elections, but he was talking about the vote for Gemini.
Then he talked about the importance of voting with your heart and the “roles of composition.” “You see Louis Morissette because he has children, he has a cabin, a big one, and he has problems because he’s rich, it’s not a composition character! On the other hand, if we look at the kind, respectful, humble Guy A. Lepage. Oh, for example! do you see »
According to our colleague Hugo Dumas, the outing was mainly aimed at settling scores with Louis Morissette and Guy A. LePage, who allegedly fired him on the show. Everyone talks about it 2021 when compared to the Medicago vaccine and time to talk during the visit TLMEP.
“Guest Player” of An upside down world Normand will be Brathwaite, but we will find other regular contributors of the show: Yasmin Abdelfadel, Sophie Durocher, Biz and Gregory Charles.