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VIDEO Love is in the meadow: Jean-Michel Meare dismisses the candidates of this thirteenth season



On the side of the hearings, Love is previously a permanent cardboard. As for the opinion of Jean-Michel Meire, it will still give more for the next season …

For years, Carin Le Marchan has given itself the body and soul of the M6 ​​in hopes of helping individual farmers find their needle in the stomach. Unfortunately, this thirteenth season of the show was the taste of everyone, according to the latest interventions by TPMP columnists. Neither the disobedient habits of Daniel, nor the gastric problems of Patrice found favor in their eyes … and especially those of Jean-Michel, as he explained Tuesday, November 20, to the C8.

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The columnist of Kiril Hanuna, far from whips and knitted cats, captured the results of the episodes that are currently being broadcast on the M6. " It's a very disappointing seasonhe exclaimed on the TPMP board. I think there was a lot of malice, very bitterness, very bad luck. And I realized that farmers, with all the good intentions they have, do not make much effort to greet their candidates "If the singles who tried to mislead the brittle hearts of our meadows were for many rejected, they did not cause emotion, nor in Jean Michel Maire.

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Not only was he disturbed by the actions of the farmers, but columnist Kiril Hanuna also had difficulty in managing his candidates. " The candidates were badly thrown, they were transparent. I prefer that it is written and that we have a little more funhe concluded, disturbed by the sequences suggested by the sixth channel. There it is boring, seriously, and I think that it is the most boring season in history "For him, the grass is probably greener elsewhere …"


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