Laurence Boccolini leaves TF1 for France 2

MEDIA – After “The Weak Link” and “Money Drop” on TF1, host Laurence Boccolini will join France 2 to relaunch the game “Password”, France Télévisions said on Tuesday, confirming information from theParisian.

“Password”, which was presented between 2009 and 2016 by Patrick Sabatier, will arrive at the end of August on France 2, every day at the end of the morning. The game, adapted from an American show, consists of matching clues to make you guess words.

Laurence Boccolini, 57, had marked 2000s television with “The Weak Link,” a game he featured from 2001 to 2006 on TF1 with grim humor, then “Money Drop” from 2011 to 2017.

Winner of “Mask Singer”

At the helm of the main programs on the front page for twenty years, also an actress and screenwriter of television movies, the host recently presented the game “Big Bounce” or “The Great Competition”, an early night contest with celebrities.

Laurence Boccolini also won the first season of TF1’s “Mask Singer” with his unicorn costume.

The host’s career began at RTL: The year she turned 16, she sent 57 postcards to the radio to interview Elton John. The station gives way.

Hired at the switchboard on rue Bayard, she is also responsible for classifying listeners’ questions for “Les Grosses Têtes”. She later became one of the program’s residents.

Laurence Boccolini has also worked in rock journalism on Europe 1, and on Laurent Ruquier’s program on France Inter, “Rien à cirer”.

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After criticism about La Cinq and TF1, it was already on France 2 where she debuted as a host, with “Pyramide” in 1994.

He ranks 35th on the list of favorite presenters of the French, according to the biannual OpinionWay barometer published in June by TV magazine.

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