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A champion who plays for a good cause. Since March 14, 2023, Céline has been following an incredible journey in Les 12 coups de midi on TF1. After nearly three months of broadcasting, the one who officiated at the SNCF, before participating in the show, amazes viewers with her general culture.

For this new week on TV in Les 12 coups de midi, Jean-Luc Reichmann’s program has joined forces with the TF1 group in favor of the “Cancer mobilization, all together with researchers” operation alongside the ARC Foundation and Gustave Roussy. From Monday June 5 to Sunday June 11, the midday master qualified for the Coup de Maître final will have to reap the most prizes for the two works. Each correct answer given will allow him to pocket 5,000 euros in the kitty.

The opportunity for the Céline champion to reap maximum earnings that will finance innovative projects in cancer research. A singular operation supported by two stars of the channel: the weather presenter Evelyne Dhéliat and the journalist-presenter of the 13 Hours Marie-Sophie Lacarrau.

With Planet, the current champion Céline gives us her memories of filming. “They are incredibly kind, like many people who come on set.” The mother of the family was admiring in front of the 75-year-old weather star, who came last Monday to tell about her fight against breast cancer. “Evelyne Dhéliat has a peach, it’s incredible. Me too, I want to be the same at her age”, she admits before assuring that Marie-Sophie Lacarrau “is great too. Of a generosity and kindness is great.”

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Like the two personalities of TF1, Céline is sensitive to this mobilization for research against cancer. A cause close to his heart. “Sorry if I’m crying a little. I lost a friend…”, she reveals to us before bursting into tears on the phone. The candidate resumes with emotion. “Just at the time of the recordings, I lost a friend at the beginning of March to a recurrence of breast cancer. So inevitably it touches me”.

Marked by this disappearance, the mother of the family did everything not to be overwhelmed with emotion during the recordings. “I tried not to cry every time, but it’s difficult. Especially since during filming, I couldn’t even say goodbye to him. So it was really special and… (silence) It’s my way of saying goodbye.”

For Céline, her participation in the special operation of the 12 noon shots is also a way to pay tribute to her, hoping that her friend will be proud of her. “I hope in any case, there is interest”, she slips us with a smile. After 86 participations, the current champion ranks eighth among the best players, far behind millionaire Bruno and “Wiki” Paul El Kharrat, with a prize pool currently amounting to 356,868 euros in winnings and gifts.