He himself exceptionally chose the song broadcast after the announcement of his new victory. Too happy to keep his title of midday master, Bruno opted for “Don’t stop me now” by Queen. A hymn to perseverance which illustrates his brilliant career in “Les 12 coups de midi”, broadcast every day at midday on TF1.
The 30-year-old Toulousain ensured this Wednesday, September 1, his 219th appearance in the program. Enough to allow him to beat the world record for the number of individual participations in a game show.
Bruno has always loved games and general culture quizzes. It was during the first confinement, spent with his parents in spring 2020, that he discovered “The 12 blows of noon”. Without imagining that a year later, he would become one of the most emblematic candidates. “When I am asked how far I am going, I tell people to watch the show the next day”, he was having fun in The Parisian early August. He also has on his counter an even more impressive record, that of the pot that he has put aside for months. In his bank account? Already 922,234 euros.
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