In “Les 12 coups de midi” on TF1, Jean-Luc Reichmann had to temporarily interrupt the game because of a spectator who was a little too noisy.
Jean-Luc Reichmann announced the elimination of a candidate before finally explaining that she was going to participate again, because a point had been awarded to her opponent by mistake, on a wrong answer. We have decided that we will invite you back very quickly, as soon as possible, because, for us, justice prevails, he said on social networks.
Jean-Luc Reichmann! I have just realized that there was a huge blunder on General de Gaulle, who was not born in Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises but in Lille. Océane had said I pass, and I had said Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises, because I had read what was written on the computer. It’s a computer error, he added before concluding:
Don’t worry, there is no impact for Océane compared to the fatal match. But sometimes, when things go very very fast, I didn’t even have time to react, it’s just a computer error.
Monumental blunder in the 12 Coups de midi: Jean-Luc Reichmann forced to react… – https://t.co/tl0Bh58YQC pic.twitter.com/RPfd2xXDVu
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I wanted to correct it because it remains history, and it is so important for us to be as close as possible to the truth.
But on Monday April 25, 2022, Nathalie Lecoultre’s companion had to face an unexpected event of a completely different kind. This time, neither he nor the production were involved, but a spectator who had an astonishing giggle. Indeed, while Jean-Luc Reichmann was asking a question to the new champion, someone in the audience caused a strange commotion.
Stop, Madam! warns the host, who adds: I’m going up if you don’t stop. Madame, it’s not possible, I can’t go on. An intervention that will on the contrary plunge the person into uncontrollable embarrassment. Embarrassed at having disrupted the show, this spectator from Villeneuve-la-Garenne is then offered a nice gift. I announce that you will be my permanent guest on the show.
The 12 strokes of noon: the new Master of noon says that her baby was shaken
The new Maître de midi made terrible revelations on the set of 12 noon shots. She revealed to Jean-Luc Reichmann that her child was a victim of shaken baby syndrome.
Harmonie is the new Maître de Midi after dismissing the defending champion, Maël, on the set of 12 noon shots. On Thursday April 21, 2022, she made startling revelations to Jean-Luc Reichmann. Indeed, the mother-of-two revealed that her daughter was saved when she was still a baby.
Jean-Luc Reichmann upset by the confidences of a candidate who endangered the life of her baby https://t.co/NIfO7mqgsg pic.twitter.com/devHxIVZlj
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A serious act which is not without consequences as she explained: She had a big problem when she was a child, it’s called shaken baby syndrome. It’s the most horrible thing you can do to a child.
Very moved, Harmonie then continued by recalling this gesture: It is absolutely necessary to speak about it around you, it is very little known. When you’re tired, when you’re exhausted, it can happen to anyone. You have to put a baby in his bed or in a safe place, and go breathe.
Harmonie about her daughter: She had two cerebral and retinal hemorrhages.
In front of Jean-Luc Reichmann, the new Maître de midi revealed that shaken baby syndrome can have dramatic repercussions.
“Madam, I can’t continue…” Jean-Luc Reichmann has to interrupt “Les 12 coups de midi” because of a spectator! – https://t.co/pZHM1byGHe pic.twitter.com/uTLzhPkUvD
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Her daughter had to undergo a five-hour operation to recover. She had drains until the age of 18 months because she suffered two cerebral and retinal hemorrhages at four and a half months. Today, the little girl is fortunately doing very well.
For her part, Harmonie had health problems following this serious act. She developed lung cancer. The fighter explained on set: I’m missing half a lung. I’ve been fighting for four years and I’m still here, and I’m going to stay here!
Very touched by these revelations, Jean-Luc Reichmann went so far as to break the barrier of gestures to take the Maître de Midi in his arms. He thanked him for this moving but essential testimony.