This Saturday, July 9, Fort Boyard returns for a brand new season. On this occasion, Olivier Minne agreed to confide in the columns of Gala. The host of the famous France 2 game notably returned to his choice to have left France to go and settle in the United States.
For almost 20 years, he brilliantly hosts one of the favorite programs of the French. This Saturday, July 9, Olivier Minne returns to France 2 for a new, unreleased issue of Fort Boyard. And for the occasion, the facilitator and his teams have reserved nice surprises to viewers. Fans of the program will thus discover the former emblematic candidate of Koh Lanta, Clémence Castel, who will play a character in the service of Father Fouras. But the faithful will also find well-known faces of the program, such as Willy Rovelli or Delphine Wespiser. And thanks to his many years in Fort Boyard, Olivier Minne has also become one of the emblematic personalities of adventure games.
“JI think people mainly think of Passe-Partout or Father Fouras, when we think of Fort Boyard. After, yes, I am very touched that the viewers accept me in this program, and I am not ready to be jaded by it”he said, flattered, in the columns of Gala this Saturday.
Olivier Minne has lived in New York for several years
During this interview, the 55-year-old Franco-Belgian presenter also agreed to confide in his personal life, and in particular on his decision to no longer live in France. Indeed, for several years, Olivier Minne settled in New York, several thousand kilometers from Paris. A carefully considered choice. “When you distance yourself from Paris, of course, you have a different way of looking at things. I’m not saying that we relativize more, but it allows me not to be too much a prisoner of what this job can generate as traps or vanity”he justified with our colleagues.
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