Thursday, November 10, 2022, Élie Semoun was invited on the set of C à vous, on France 5. While Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine thought she was doing well by announcing the comedian’s show dates, he cut it off following to an error.
His blunders are the charm of the show… Every night of the week,is at the head of C à vous, on France 5. Alongside her team of columnists, the host receives various personalities who come to promote their new projects. Thursday, November 10, 2022, it was Elie Semoun who was sitting at his table to promote his book, Count up to you, published by Robert Laffont editions and his show, Elie Semoun and his monsters. Thinking of the comedian’s fans, Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine said: “The last dates are notably December 6 and 7 at the Folies Bergères in Paris…” After the artist has indeed confirmed that these will be fine”the last“, the host slipped that there would be some next”others all over France.“A tad mocking, Elie Semoun cut it off and blurted out:”There will be no others. You’re talking nonsense. I just told you!” Patrick Cohen then said: “But no !“
A bit annoyed, Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine raised her voice and replied: “No before ! He just told me!” To which the comedian added: “Oh, bah, specify also!“Whilehad forgotten a show date, the host said: “There will be one afterwards, by the way. In Lausanne on December 11!” Realizing he was wrong, the one who is also an actor said: “I said nothing. She did too well. We were two to attack it!” A little later in the show, Elie Semoun spoke of his love of reading, transmitted by his mother. “I could offer you to read so many books that forged me… Yes, at home, there were a lot of books! At first, I started with Oui Oui and the magic gum and Fantomette, and then I moved on to Belle du seigneur, and so many books. For me, it’s very important, it built me intellectually“, he confided.
Elie Semoun talks about the drama of his life
On the set of the show,agreed to talk about his mother, who died of hepatitis B when he was eleven. Asked about his new novel, he said: “It’s a love book for a woman, but deep down, maybe… I’m spoiling the book, but it’s also a love story from a child to his mother, there’s that too .“Believing that the disappearance of his mother had pushed him to make others laugh, Élie Semoun said:”It is true that it is not natural to lose your mother. I got out of it making people laugh, but I’m not the only artist… I don’t want to take out the violins, but I’m not the only artist who has major emotional shortcomings, and that’s why you become an artist. If you scratch a little (…) all the artists had emotional gaps that they filled with the love of the public.“