Camille Lou, currently playing at I lied on France 2, confided in his adventure in season 7 of Dance with the stars.
She is one of the most popular actresses of the moment! Currently showing in the mini-series I lied on France 2, which allowed him to meet Romain Laulhé, companion son, Camille Lou was previously illustrated in I promise you, do not attend season 2, and The Bazaar of Charity alongside Audrey Fleurot and Julie de Bona, on TF1. She will also find her two partners for the next fiction event on the front page, The Fighters, currently filming!
Camille Lou, who participated in season 7 of DALS, keeps a mixed memory
But Camille Lou is not only a talented actress. It has many other strings to its bow. And the one that was revealed to the general public in the musical 1789: The Lovers of the Bastille, where she made a nice stream of voices heard, also showed a real gift for the waltz and the rumba in Dance with the stars, whose fans can continue to follow season 11 this Friday, October 8 on TF1. In 2016, Camille Lou had thus climbed to the final of season 7 of the TF1 show, with her partner Grégoire Lyonnet, who paid a moving tribute to Marthe Mercadier, Alizée’s husband. It only bowed to Laurent Maistret, winner of this edition. Seeing his smile and his pirouettes on the floor, the faithful may have thought that Camille Lou, who revealed to us to be hyperemotive, had fully enjoyed the adventure …
“There are things that I experienced very badly”, remembers Camille Lou about Dance with the stars
But the reality is more contrasted as she told us during the last La Rochelle Fiction Festival, where she was notably defending I will go after my dreams, a TV movie soon on M6: “There are things that I have experienced very badly, and others that I have experienced very well, she remembered. But it was quite painful. At the time, I was with someone who was far from me, whom I saw very little. Grégoire, too, has seen very little of his wife and they are very close (…). It wasn’t easy. ”
However, the actress does not regret her participation in DALS : “It really allowed me to take character, to assert myself. I’m like that. That’s who I am. If I want to have a dirty face while doing comedy, and well I would have a selling mug by doing comedy … “ And Camille Lou to add: “I remember a day when it happened when I was told: ‘Don’t make faces, it’s not pretty (…) ‘. It had tortured my mind. The night before, we had no more choreography for the next day (…) I took my courage in both hands and I said to them: ‘I respect your work (…) but it’s subjective. (…) I don’t care if I am pretty. I want to make people laugh… (…) Maybe I’m wrong, but I’ll do it ‘”. “It was the best grades I have ever had!” rejoice it!