Gala ComediHa!: a brilliantly mastered challenge

Gala ComediHa!: a brilliantly mastered challenge

For the very last evening of the ComediHa! We have brought together the married couple Anne-Élisabeth Bossé and Guillaume Pineault for the animation. The duo did very well, posting several good times in a gala of ups and downs.

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This was a first for the two artists who are touring with their respective solo shows.

The idea of ​​bringing them together on Friday’s Capitole de Québec boards was her psychologist’s so they could have projects together.

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“We never see each other and work all the time,” said the actress, who we spotted on TV’s “The B” series.

Apparently, the duo offered an opening number centered around their life as a couple. A good segment where we learned that Guillaume Pineault had nail fungus and that Anne-Élisabeth Bossé ate the popcorn that was in the cracks of the couch.

“I did that once,” she said. “It wasn’t with us,” her lover replied, eliciting laughter.

“I love you,” Anne-Élisabeth Bossé began. “I like you,” added Guillaume, who wore a suit with a bow tie for the occasion.

We then saw a series of photos where Guillaume Pineault was the best and where Anne-Élisabeth Bossé was a little less.

The duo did well during this intro number and throughout the gala.

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In the second part they did it again with a good number about their childhood dreams, which are very different from those of today’s young people, including many cultural references. Fun.

Another Guillaume, Wagner this one, appeared on stage with a number about the suburbs he was moving to and the children.

“Being a parent and having young children is like being the bodyguard of a problem Hollywood star,” he said.

He said the text messages and “sexting” he exchanged with his girlfriend have now turned into shopping lists and child issues.

Barbados

The Barbada drag queen delivered the best segment of the evening with her adult story.

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The Barbada drag queen delivered the best segment of the evening with her adult story.

The drag queen Barbada delivered the best number in the first part. A section in which she told the story of Adabrad in the “village” with a lot of humor and sovereignty.

“I’m like Fred Pellerin, but in six-inch heels and fake nipples,” he noted, leaving the story several times to comment on in his own way.

“A drag queen is like a piece of IKEA furniture. It’s complicated to assemble and there’s always a small piece…or a bigger one,” he said.

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Barbada didn’t miss his shot and the crowd let him know with a well-deserved round of applause.

Surreal and hilarious moment after the break when the crowd host brought Elliot onto the stage wearing a basketball jersey from the Brooklyn Nets, who was celebrating his 14th birthday on Friday. Drag queen Barbada, also celebrating her birthday, showed up to the boards to give her some glue. An unexpected and very amusing section.

Martin Perizzolo and his number on sleep apnea and Jean-Thomas Jobin’s on the story of a fake work of art weren’t as successful.

The crazy Farandole

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Like this number, with the presence of animators François Papineau and Bénédicte Décary, Pascal Morissette and Julie Ringuette, and Pascal Cameron and Florence Longpré at the SSCC, the secret society of famous couples.

A segment that went a bit in all directions, except for the moments where we laughed at Pascal Cameron’s unknown status, where his girlfriend even christened him Patrick.

Jean-Michel Martel, who came on stage with a ladder, brought a bit of surrealism to the gala with a particularly wacky number about the invention of the Snakes and Ladders and Battleship games.

Anne-Élisabeth Bossé invited her friends Suzie Bouchard, Katherine Levac and Florence Longpré to a girls’ number about evil feminists, which had some good flashes.

We especially remembered that slightly wacky and unbridled Farandole at the beginning and end of her number, and Guillaume Pineault arriving at a bad time believing the segment was over. He was told that.