On the occasion of the launch of the series Grand Hotel Thursday September 3, 2020, from 9:05 p.m. on TF1, the actress Solene Hebert, who gives the reply Carole Bouquet and Bruno Solo in this new fiction, confided in the columns of Star TV, on newsstands Monday, August 24, 2020. Emblematic figure of the daily soap opera of TF1, Tomorrow belongs to us, the actress revealed half a word when Victory, the character she plays in the series, will be back on screen.
“I can’t say anything, but I’ll be back soon, in 2020. And on the plot side, I’ll be in the main ark” has indicated Solene Hebert, who also mentioned his private life. “I have been in a relationship for a very long time” specifies the actress. “But you have to believe that people like to see me fall in love. I am delighted because it is our job as an actor to fall in love with each project, with each partner” she added, referring here to the sometimes tumultuous sentimental relations of her various characters on the screen.
Solène Hebert: “Carole Bouquet is very nice”
During this same interview, Solene Hebert also confided in on how she felt when playing alongside Carole Bouquet, who plays the character of his mother in the series Grand Hotel. “Everything went very well, she is very nice” said the one who will soon return to Tomorrow belongs to us. “But it was a little bit impressive at the beginning, because in the very first sequence I had to shoot with Carole, I was rotting her!” confessed Solene Hebert. Viewers will therefore be able to discover the performances of the actress in front of her illustrious elder in a few weeks on the antenna of TF1.
Find the interview conducted by Florian Lautré in full at your newsagent and in digital version this Monday, August 24
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