Léa Salamé reveals her terrible fear

A big challenge awaits Léa Salamé at the start of the school year. The 42-year-old journalist will now find herself alone at the helm of the renamed Saturday evening show, We can’t say anything more. A promotion which is the consequence of the departure of Laurent Ruquier who no longer wished to continue to form a pair at the presentation of the meeting We are live.It’s my decision to leave this time slot, not being comfortable co-hosting for a talk show. I tried, but despite my natural understanding with Léa Salamé, I consider the exercise too frustrating”he confided via social networks.

The companion Raphaël Glucksmann will therefore have the pressure to try to maintain by herself a satisfactory audience Invited by Michel Cymes as part of his program Dr Good, broadcast Friday July 29, 2022 on Instagram, Léa Salamé revealed herself with an open heart. The journalist passed by France 24 and I-Télé notably returned to one of her biggest fears. “Lhe biggest fear in my life was the fear of losing. Fear of failing, fear of failure. I think that’s the thing that terrified me the most. Maybe because I come from somewhere else. Perhaps because I arrived in France at the age of five. Maybe because I had to fight to make my place and to have it”, she explained. And to continue his confidence : “Until now, I’m afraid it will actually stop. I’m afraid that tomorrow I’ll get fired. I’m going to launch the Saturday evening show alone since Laurent Ruquier stops, I tell everything the world: ‘It’s 50/50, 50% chance that I succeed, 50% chance that I fail’”, she acknowledged.

However, Léa Salamé said that she worked on her and is now able to better manage her feelings. “If tomorrow doesn’t work, I’m not going to be smart. But I don’t feel like it’s the end of my life.”, she concluded.



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