this famous actress makes fun of him on TF1, Nikos Aliagas intervenes

This Saturday evening, TF1 broadcast a new episode of “La Chanson Secrète” in prime time, with the inevitable Nikos Aliagas still at the helm. Many personalities have been given incredible surprises by their loved ones. Starting with actor and director Philippe Lacheau (to whom we owe the film “Babysitting” in particular) who celebrated his birthday. The former Miss France who became a magazine leader and TV host Iris Mittenaere also burst into tears in the face of her relatives surrounded by Vitaa and Slimane.

Actress Valérie Lemercier also took part in this episode of “La Chanson Secrète”. Excited at the idea of ​​seeing what the production has concocted for her, the actress confided in Nikos Aliagas when she arrived on the set: “I watch the show, I am a spectator and this is one of the reasons for which I agreed to participate “.

But obviously, “La Chanson Secrète” is not the only program presented by Nikos Aliagas on TF1 that Valérie Lemercier watches. The proof: when she sat in the white armchair of “La Chanson Secrète”, she began to make fun of Vianney and Marc Lavoine, imitating the behavior of the two coaches on the set of “The Voice”. For Marc Lavoine, Valérie Lemercier took her glasses to turn them into a magnifying glass. “I’m going to do Marc Lavoine, I’ll try to see what awaits me,” she joked before turning her back on the stage. “I’m not trying to see, I turn my back on the stage”, she said, forcing Nikos Aliagas to remind her: “Valérie, we are not in ‘The Voice’, it does not turn the armchair, moreover, it is not red “.

Called to order, Valérie Lemercier returned to face the stage, then slumped in her chair as Vianney does in “The Voice”. “And I’m not Vianney,” she replied to Nikos Aliagas. “Marc’s glasses, Vianney’s position… Okay, I shut my mouth, I stop,” she said again before the lights came on. When she resumed her seriousness, Valérie Lemercier was able to discover Vincent Delerm singing for her “Coup de soleil”, by Richard Cocciante, Amel Bent reinterpreting her title “Until the end”, and Jonathan Lambert humming the hit “Ordinaire”, from Robert Charlebois.

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