As every day for over 10 years, Jean-Luc Reichmann hosts 12 beats of noon. Yesterday, Wednesday, May 24, the presenter opted for blue overalls that had nothing to do with the famous plumber Mario, a fictional character invented by Shigeru Miyamoto for Nintendo. On his very active Instagram, Léo Mattéï’s translator therefore posted two photos of him in overalls and wrote the following: “World DIY Day at 12 noon”. It was enough for her subscribers to decide to comment on their photos and gently make fun of them.
“You wanted to look like Mario?”
In addition to the negative comments about the current noon master Céline, who continues to improve in the TF1 game, we encountered some comments that made us laugh. “Jean-Luc, I’m redoing my bathroom, I’m waiting for you to help me, have a nice day”, “You’re a handyman”, “Hi Jean-Luc, the jumpsuit looks great on you, I’m sure you are a DIY expert between your home and especially your gorgeous garden”, “That’s good, I expect you to do my job, Jean-Luc”, but also “The blue jumpsuit looks great on you”can we read
And once there were comments that did not really approve of the choice of clothes of the animator, not private. Thus, we discovered the following that are still being published: “You look like Mario Bros. in your blue overalls”, “Personally, I never liked the mechanic/gardener outfit.. You look so much better in modern casual clothes”or “You wanted to look like Mario? I’m sorry but I don’t understand your point”. One surfer even admitted that Nathalie Lecoultre had a hunch about the outfit her friend would wear… “Hi Jean-Luc, it’s been a long time since I’ve seen a hunch. What a surprise when I turned on the TV this afternoon. I dreamed of you last night. You were wearing overalls and an extra hat. car with trash cans on it.”, Wrote. From where?
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Source: Programme Television
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