Ninon, Christophe Dechavanne’s daughter, in tears when she discovered Jean-Paul Rouve’s dog in What a time! (VIDEO)

Between two interviews on the show What an era! broadcast this Saturday, September 24, a surprise guest sneaked onto the set of France 2. What totally upset Christophe Dechavanne and his daughter.

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For his first at the controls of the show What an era! broadcast this Saturday, September 24 in the second part of the evening on France 2, Léa Salamé had the right to a surprise guest who crashed on the set between two interviews. And not just any, since it was the dog Jean-Paul Rouvéa little Jack Russell named Gtro. Very comfortable, the animal, wearing a pink scarf around its neck, strolled among the guests before coming to cool off directly in Yann Moix’s glass. Enough to cause hilarity around the table: “How does it feel to animate 30 million friends?” launched the writer, amused. “We’re at Drucker, but we don’t didn’t know”, laughed in turn Léa Salamé. But, on the side of Christophe Dechavanne, the atmosphere was not as happy…

The daughter of Christophe Dechavanne in tears

It annoys mereacted Christophe Dechavanne seeing the comedian’s dog arrive. In reality, the facilitator was very moved, because the little ball of fur reminded him of his companion Adeck, who died in 2020 and who looked like two drops of water to Jean-Paul Rouve’s dog. He was not the only one to be upset: “My daughter is here and it must really hurt heradded the host, before the cameras turned to Ninon, the daughter of Christophe Dechavanne, in tears in the audience. “She grew up with Adeck”said her father to justify the strong emotion of his daughter.

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“You should still give him some water”

Apart from that, you should still, from time to time, give him water“, then remarked the host, seeing that the dog continued to drink in the glasses of the guests. “It’s true that he hasn’t drunk yet, we leave the stage“, explained Jean-Paul Rouve before asking “a small bowl” for his thirsty animal. “Obviously, we’re not going to kill that dog. Bring him some water,” finally asked Léa Salamé to her team.

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.

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