After difficult times he feels ready to return to the cameras. Jean-Pierre Pernaut announced on Friday 9 that he would make his big return to the 1:00 pm TF1 news on Monday 12, after weeks of absence.
The regulars of this newscast have not seen their presenter since September 24, the day he announced they took a break to heal.
Because whoever presents this daily appointment for 30 years has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. He took the time to be operated, with success, and to rest surrounded by his family while remaining very present on the social networks.
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It's also on Twitter that he announced that he was returning to the screen. "I can not wait to meet you again", he wrote while his replacement Jacques Legros bid farewell to the viewers the same day.
"Monday, it is Jean-Pierre Pernaut that you will find, in good form (…) In any case, I embrace it very well, and then very soon"explained Jean-Pierre Pernaut's joker at the end of his last week's newscast.
– Jean-Pierre Pernaut (@pernautjp) November 9, 2018
Jean-Pierre Pernaut had already given reassuring news to his fans shortly after his operation and while some very alarming rumors were circulating about him. He had then reassured his followers by explaining however that he still needed rest.
This time, the star presenter seems to be fully recovered from this event.
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