The 12my season Love is in the air will begin in earnest on Thursday, when farmers will finally meet their suitors.
So far, the show has participated in the formation of fifteen couples and the conception of 34 children, six of them in the last year alone.
Following in the footsteps of Marie-Ève Janvier and Katherine Levac, Marie-Soleil Dion trusted her instincts for the animation of her show favorite, which he has followed assiduously from the beginning.
“I’m pretty intuitive in life and that’s how I did it in my animation. I arrived very prepared, but I really wanted to trust in what was going to be built, in what was going to be developed with the participants,” she said in an interview with the QMI Agency.
“For me, the important thing in this show– There, the facilitator must be sincerely interested and involved in what happens to the participants and that is exactly what I did. I stayed and got involved like they were my friends,” he continued.
“They are sincere people who are looking for true love and who want to build a life with someone. (…) I think we really made a difference in their lives and that the show It is useful. “It’s not just a reality show,” added the host, who is doing quite well in this new role.
This year, the oldest member of the group, whose members describe themselves as romantic beings, Théo, 51, dreams of a woman who finds happiness in her field. Sabrina, 24, the only farmer in the group, seeks a connection with a person, man or woman, who can bring her out of her shell. Charlie, 28, is looking for a man willing to enter into an authentic relationship.
Benjamin, 28, is looking for a sweet and radiant girl with whom to share his passion for agriculture and entrepreneurship, while Marc-Étienne, 25, is looking for a sporty and sociable girl with whom to make his dream of starting a family come true. .
Projects that make sense
The presenter, who wants more than ever to participate in necessary projects, will be omnipresent on the small screen this winter. The RBC spokesperson will be involved in particular in the distribution of FEM, which will appear on Unis TV next month. She will play the mother of Zav (Lenni-Kim Lalande), a teenager who questions his gender identity and who uses his music to express his femininity.
“I think it will be good for young people who feel that way; to see that they exist on the screen and that they have the right to exist. And I think that transphobic or homophobic people could, by listening to the show, become attached to the characters and by seeing them evolve over 10 episodes, by seeing the internal struggle of the main character, better understand the reality of people who are trans. , said the actress.
The latter will also broadcast the documentary. the heirs (directed and written by Julie Blackburn), broadcast on Télé-Québec on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Council on the Status of Women.
“We were interested in the progress that has been made at different levels over the last 50 years in the situation of women and in their lives. We are really attacking four spheres; power, having, being and knowing, therefore education, politics, women in business and the relationship with the body,” she described, adding that she would eventually return to making a documentary.
“I think we don’t know much about the history of feminism and feminist struggles in Quebec, but we should be more interested in it because more and more of these struggles are coming back,” she continued.
Marie-Soleil Dion will finally reprise her role as Christine Lévesque in the comedy Counteroffer, along with Noémie O’Farrell, Emmanuelle Lussier and Antoine Vézina. Pregnant, the runner will have to learn to stop and slow down, “which is quite a challenge for her,” said her interpreter, who is convinced that this fourth season is the best.
The 12my season Love is in the air will begin on Thursday in Noovo.