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“Wash to Win”: Stephane Bellavance will clean TVA

“Wash to Win”: Stephane Bellavance will clean TVA

The winds of cleanliness will soon blow over TVA, with the arrival of new competition Wash to win, curated by Stephane Bellavance. Sixteen candidates, between the ages of 23 and 63, from all over Quebec, will compete in various clean-up competitions for the grand prize of $10,000.

For Stefan Bellavance, this show is a joyful mix of seriousness and fun. “The idea of ​​hosting a cleaning competition makes me laugh when I leave. Participants want to win and take it seriously, but we also have a lot of fun.

QMI Photography Agency, Joel Lemay

The team is based at Mels Studios in the Saint-Hubert district of Longueuil Wash to win Compete in fantasy to prepare challenges that will put the candidates' obsession to the test.

Some challenges were borrowed from the international format and improved, others were created directly on site. But nothing will be provided, whether it's a truckload of plastic dishes to clean, chemical toilets to clean, white tablecloths to refresh, or a dishwasher to improve.

“There are three challenges per show, every week,” the host explained. First there is the individual challenge. The person who wins it gets the privilege of the next challenge done as a team. Then, those who performed the worst will compete against each other, with at least one candidate leaving at the end of each episode.

There are no typical profiles between the candidates, other than a common point of hygiene. “We have all kinds of people, ages, places of origin and profession. There are people who have cleaning companies, who do cleaning, and there are others who did not have the idea of ​​registering, but those around them strongly advised them to come. I am really happy with Casting. It is a great team, and as the weeks go by, They became more attached to each other.

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The production also took into account people's growing interest in eco-friendly and eco-friendly cleaning products. “We have an eco-shelf, which candidates have access to, that is filled with vinegar, baking soda, salt and lemon, and sometimes we add other things,” Stephane Bellavance explained. Simply cleaning something well is, in my opinion, a way to extend its useful life and thus keep it out of the trash or sorting centers.

Furthermore, he would like to point out that everything used in the show has been restored and brought back to useful life, and nothing has been thrown away.

Picky judges
judgement Commission

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“Wash to Win” judge Isabel De Palma.

To determine whether the challenges will be successful, two judges will examine and analyze the results of each candidate's work. They are Isabelle De Palma, head of the private concierge service, and Louis-Philippe Talbot, director of accommodation at the Ritz-Carlton Montreal. The former admits that she pays a lot of attention to detail. He added: “We are in the middle of filming the season, and I am amazed by all the nominees. “Everyone has their own touch and their own recipe.”

to rule

QMI Photography Agency, Joel Lemay

The rule “Wash to be washed” by Lewis Philip Talbot.

Louis Philippe Talbot is used to working in the luxury world, and he's setting the record straight. “We are here to have fun, and we had to remind the group several times, because the competition was constant between the participants. As a judge, I want to be accessible to everyone and be fair.”

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The competition Wash to win It will be broadcast starting April 8 at 8 pm on TVA.