Sylvie Tellier on the start: "I'm not going to cry for her", Geneviève de Fontenay tackles her bluntly

Sylvie Tellier on the start: “I’m not going to cry for her”, Geneviève de Fontenay tackles her bluntly

Between Geneviève de Fontenay and Sylvie Tellier it was never true love. Sylvie Tellier, on the start, she is tackled by Geneviève de Fontenay.

It’s been several weeks that rumors announce that Sylvie Tellier will leave the company of Miss France. The reason for his departure would be his bad relationship with the president of the new production of the beauty contest, Alexia Laroche-Joubert. Faced with this announcement, Geneviève de Fontenay confided in France Sunday on his feelings.

The lady in the hat was not kind to Sylvie Tellier: “I still haven’t gotten over what she’s done to me over the past few years, so I’m not going to cry for her. She is not to be pitied financially. She will have earned much more money than me! His dismissal therefore does not make me hot or cold.. Even though they have been together for several years, the two women still do not seem to get along. When France Sunday asks her about a possible resumption of contact between them, the woman in the hat gives a clear and precise answer: ” Absolutely not ! It’s out of the question. As I told you, I still haven’t digested. Especially when she invited all the former Misses to come and celebrate this so-called centenary, when the very first election dates back to 1927. So it hasn’t been 100 years! ».

Sylvie Tellier soon to be replaced?

Genevieve de Fontenay also reacted to Sylvie Tellier’s replacement, Cindy Fabre: “I was surprised, because they would have chosen one of my own Miss France! ». But Cindy Fabre confirmed to the lady in the hat that she hadn’t signed anything yet. Even if nothing is signed yet, the lady in the hat seems to validate this replacement: “I really like Cindy! And if it was done for good, I would be delighted”. News that finally makes the woman in the hat smile.

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