France has an incredible talent : Nicolas Besnard reveals the reasons for his big crash on M6

This Tuesday, June 30 in France has an incredible talent : The battle of the jury, the Duo Now has been the victim of a big crash. Nicolas Besnard, dancer and acrobat of the group, revealed the reasons of this accident in front of the cameras of M6.

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Big scare in France has an incredible talent : The battle of the jury. On Tuesday 30 June, viewers of M6 have attended to the heavy fall of Nicolas Besnard, a dancer and an acrobat Duo Now. Whilstit was poorly received and his partner Ludivine Furnon, the young man, wounded, collapsed on the ground. Front of the jury and the public in panic, the firemen had to intervene urgently. In the aftermath of this accident, broadcast on M6, the artist explained to Tv-Entertainment on the circumstances of this big fall. Well before their performance, the artists were already notch because during the shooting, which took place in November 2019, “it was very cold”. “We decided not to do it, even if it was well heated individually in our lodge. When we arrived on the scene, it was pretty funny. There was a wait, we were nervous. The fault was mine”, he said, by ensuring not to make any reproach to the production that he has “adored”. But since the discipline is very risky, the delivery slipped for another reason.

“I was absolutely knocked out”

“I wanted to push hard on the first jump. More than usual, has he entrusted to you. It happens that in flight, it recedes or advances. But as a general rule, I have time to react and adjust to get it back. At the time I looked at her, I had a spot of light in eyes that have amazed me, and I have not seen that it had decreased. Instead of the pickup in my arms, as we did every day, she landed on my neck. I was completely knocked out, it knocked me out on the pull”. In the Face of such a shock, Nicolas Besnard revealed that he had “almost lost consciousness”. “I took a few minutes to regain my composure. I could not feel my limbs, with large, tingling in the arms and legs. But ‘the show must go on'”, he explained to Tv-Entertainment. If the artist has “no sequelae, the duo was quickly able to get back on stage to finish her number. The young man has suffered a lot after the fall: “I have put in the time to get back on track with a sprain to the cervical. It has nothing caused permanent, but that made me a little handicapped on the following weeks”, he revealed. An accident that is now a distant memory for the Duo Now. The latter is qualified for the final scheduled for 14 July next year and hope to win.