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If no one knows, at the moment, if Prime Video will renew “LOL, who laughs, comes out!”, for a third season, one thing is certain: the program of the streaming platform has never been talked about as much as in recent months. For the success of the third season on the one hand, but also for the controversies linked to the revelations of Blanche Gardin. The latter revealed that she had been contacted to participate in the next season but declined the offer. It was in a letter published on social networks that she expressed her anger at having been approached for 200,000 euros.
“It bothers me to touch this maddening sum”, she said without pointing the finger at the ex-participants such as Virginie Efira for example. The latter, recently Caesarized for her role in “See Paris again” by Alice Winocour, spoke a few weeks after the controversy. It is first on the set of “Daily”facing Yann Barthès on May 17, 2023, that she gave her opinion on the words of Blanche Gardin.
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Virginie Efira understands Blanche Gardin but…
A comedian she judges “a thousand times funnier” what. “What is not complicated”she had fun before specifying: “but she has a thousand times more virtue”. “Afterwards, yes, I did not refuse the salary. But did I make an ultra-disgusting use of it? Maybe not”she later defended herself.
Words that she almost reiterated in an interview with the Parisian this Monday, May 22. Virginie Efira assures her, Blanche Gardin’s message did not upset her: “When I saw Blanche Gardin’s letter, I said to myself: ‘She’s already so much funnier, in addition, she has a lot more virtue!'”.
However, the companion of Niels Schneider made a point of clarifying one thing: “but what we do with our money is up to us. We can’t race for purity: cinema is also an industry, with big groups… If we’re looking for radicality, it’s complex”. Virginie Efira nevertheless acknowledged that “it was extremely well paid” but do not regret for a single second his participation.