the essential The producer of Miss France, Alexia Laroche-Joubert, announced that the 29 candidates will have an employment contract this year. One way to respond to the controversies of recent weeks.
“These polemics by neo-feminist groups are only buzz. I wanted to meet them but it is not possible to discuss with them because they want only one thing: to kill the competition”, answered this Wednesday Alexia Laroche-Joubert, producer of Miss France, in Le Parisien .
“There may be discussions to be had on the legal term of celibate”, she however qualified. “On tattoos, we were a little too restrictive too, but we have to discuss our questions with the committees as well.”
Alexia Laroche-Joubert also took the opportunity to announce a real change this year: “The 29 misses will have employment contracts within the framework of the ceremony in Caen”. “If I am an independent woman today, I also owe it to this competition because I worked on the program when I was younger. Miss France is an opportunity to assert oneself”, also held to underline the producer.