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“I can say it now…”: the confidences of a flagship host of TF1 on the last days of Jean-Luc Delarue

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At the end of August 2012, Jean-Luc Delarue died at the age of 48, following stomach cancer. The one who was adored by viewers for his shows “It’s discussed” and “A whole story” lost his life and plunged his fans into mourning.

This July 26, Sophie Favier was live on Instagram, in the company of Adeline Blondieau. The opportunity for the host to talk about his friend Jean-Luc Delarue. “What I liked about him is that he was dented, he had suffered a lot when he was young, little. And he was a man of light, of great intellectual rigor. A luminary. »

Faced with the ex of Johnny Hallyday, Sophie Favier continues by evoking the last days of Jean-Luc Delarue: “I had the chance to meet another person who knew him in a therapeutic way. She accompanied him at the end of his life. I can tell now because he’s gone, she was giving him body care every day, really at the very end of his life. She said to me: ‘Sophie, he is a great man.’ »

And to conclude: “He was above the lot. And yet, I rubbed shoulders with the greatest, Thierry Ardisson, Christophe Dechavanne, Jean-Pierre Foucault. People of a very confirmed level. But Jean-Luc was… wow. What elegance ! »