Vincent Lagaf ‘is back on the small screen. It will be showing in the episode of Camping paradis, broadcast this Monday, August 30 on TF1. On the private side, the host divorced Véronique, with whom he stayed for more than thirty years.
Vincent Lagaf ‘is back on television, this Monday, August 30, in an episode of Camping paradis, broadcast on TF1. The one who also officiates in Fort Boyard plays Jo, a friend of Tom, the main character played by Laurent Ournac, who lives complicated moments, especially with his son. If Vincent Lagaf ‘was able to have a rich career, it is in part thanks to his ex-wife, Véronique, whose life he shared for more than thirty years, before separating several months ago. Together, they welcomed Robin, in 1990.
In 2013, Véronique mentioned an arrangement that the couple had during an interview with the Parisian. “It’s a tacit pact between us: Vincent is on the front of the stage, I take care of the rest. Managing the daily life annoys him and he knows that I take care of it,” she explained in the daily columns. Beyond managing the day-to-day life, Véronique has always supported her husband: “Only I can tell Vincent, it’s okay or it’s not. For years, we laughed at his way of dress in colorful costumes. (…) I took 20 years to manage to give it a little makeover, “said Vincent Lagaf’s ex-wife.”
With this role in Camping paradis, the host hopes that he will have “other opportunities to play comedy,” he told Pocket TV. He also declared that at the beginning the series “had been written for me. I had to do it, and then, there was a muddle, and it is Laurent Ournac who got the part”. And to add: “If TF1 wants to give me the reins of a series, why not … But I especially do not want to disappoint the public.”
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