Dancing with the stars: Inès Reg finally speaks out on the aftermath of her clash with Natasha St-Pier and is ironic

Dancing with the Stars candidate Inès Reg spoke this week about the aftermath of her clash with Natasha St-Pier and their relationship behind the scenes.

Dancing with the stars: Inès Reg finally speaks out on the aftermath of her clash with Natasha St-Pier and is ironic

Dancing with the Stars candidate Inès Reg spoke this week about the aftermath of her clash with Natasha St-Pier and their relationship behind the scenes. She even dares to laugh about it and make a wish...

It's the saga of the year. At least for Dancing with the Stars fans. While two DALS candidates fell out at the start of the year, causing enormous discomfort for the TF1 program in mid-March, things finally seem to be settling down to the delight of the channel. This week, Inès Reg spoke several times about the aftermath of her altercation with Natasha St-Pier and about their relationships behind the scenes a month after the first revelations.

During an appearance on the show Les Grosses Têtes on RTL on Tuesday, the comedian alluded to this incident which mobilized the specialized press for weeks. In full promotion of her new show, “Hors norms”, Inès Reg contrasted with the serious tone adopted on social networks following the drama, or during her uneasiness in the middle of prime-time at the beginning of April. She even chose to approach the situation with humor, when describing how the show had influenced her daily life. “I lost weight before Dancing with the Stars”, she began, all irony, before cutting it short: “No, Dancing with the Stars, it made me a little bit slutty, but just that” ! A reference to the harsh comments received on social networks by those who considered her responsible for the clash with Natasha St-Pier.

This passage in Les Grosses Têtes was the opportunity for presenter Laurent Ruquier, a long-time accomplice since their collaboration in Mask Singer, to ostensibly defend Inès Reg. “That’s why I’m in the Inès team. We talk nonsense about her and she’s been charming all these weeks. Long live Inès Reg,” he exclaimed.

On Wednesday, Inès Reg also responded to criticism and spread the good word in the show Culture Médias on Europe 1. This time, the comedian emphasized her taking a step back from the incident. “It scared and affected me, but more so in relation to the words that were used. But today, I am at peace. Everything is going very well. Disputes between colleagues happen all the time,” said -she confided, wanting to show a newfound serenity.

Despite past tensions, things seem to have calmed down with Natasha St-Pier. Inès Reg reports that their interactions are now cordial behind the scenes of Dancing with the Stars: “We see each other in the corridors, we say hello and we smile at each other,” assures the candidate. As for the future of the dance competition, the comedian remains pragmatic but a bit speculative on the consequences of his argument with the Canadian singer. “Afterwards, what will happen will happen,” she admits. “Is it going to be about votes? Are we now in a war frenzy?” : after the spotlight was shined on the two rivals, both still qualified a few days before the final, the question remains open.

Inès Reg, who dances this season with Christophe Licata, has even imagined a scenario and is not far from expressing the wish that it come true: finding Natasha St-Pier in the final... "so that it makes the headlines ". Will jurors and fans agree?

On Thursday, it was another candidate, Black M, who took the floor to describe the atmosphere that set in behind the scenes in Dancing with the Stars following the altercation. In Le Parisien, the rapper dropped a huge bombshell by suggesting that the votes could have been rigged in the show to try to favor the poster for the final. On the atmosphere after the Inès Reg – Natasha St-Pier clash, he explains: “Everyone knew about it. Inès Reg is a friend. I called her after the altercation, she was very affected, in tears. I didn't take sides because it's not my place. She was tempted to stop and I advised her to continue, she's too strong, she can win," said the eliminated artist. last week.

Believing he had a good relationship with Natasha St-Pier (whom he did not know before the show), he also recounts the meeting organized by the production afterwards. “The production decided to bring the whole team together. Everyone explained themselves, the tone sometimes went up, then went down again,” he assures, adding that he himself spoke up to say: “you don’t are not bad women, it's mutual incomprehension. Talk to each other and let us repeat. For me, it was fixed but in fact it was not fixed.

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