On Wednesday, we learned by press release of the creation of the company Miss France responsible for both monitoring the committee and producing the televised election.
Alexia Laroche-Joubert was appointed president and Sylvie Tellier, general manager.
“Together, they are pursuing the dynamic development of the brand and of the entertainment program, while preserving its emblematic values and its fundamentals”, argued the text sent to the media.
In the columns of the
, this Sunday, Alexia Laroche-Joubert said a little more about the next competition which will be broadcast on TF1 on December 11, live from Caen.
“We found the theme,” she says.
I want to tell a great story and those of all the women who have the courage to put aside a month and a half of their lives.
"She adds that she particularly wants to" enhance regional costumes.
"The Miss is not just a girl who rips into two pieces!"
“I had a concern in previous editions: we were too much in a Victoria's Secret fashion show and models.
I don't want that anymore, ”she also said.
“In the show from now on, we will see more of the participants telling each other, explaining their motivations to understand what they want to do with it.
The Miss is not just a girl who rips into two pieces!
With these novelties, Alexia Laroche Joubert hopes to silence the reproaches of feminist associations: “It's a joke to say that we debase women!
This year, we have a record of registrations.
Cécile Wolfrom, a 24-year-old woman from Strasbourg, elected Miss Alsace 2021
“Fort Boyard” will “slow down the pace a bit” next year, announces Alexia Laroche-Joubert
Alexia Laroche Joubert