Adriana Karembeu and Michel Cymes in an awkward position on France 2


While discussing back pain remedies in their show “The Extraordinary Powers of the Human Body”, Michel Cymes and Adriana Karembeu found themselves in a rather suggestive position, which made them laugh.

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“The Extraordinary Powers of the Human Body” is a documentary series broadcast on France 2. It is presented by doctor Michel Cymes, accompanied by Adriana Karembeu. For the past five years, the two accomplices have been presenting the different facets of the human body as well as its limits.

“The Extraordinary Powers of the Human Body” discusses back pain

In the program aired on Tuesday, June 16, the two hosts addressed the issue of back pain, a pain suffered by many French people. Throughout the filming, they learned different techniques to relieve this pain, including a yoga posture, which was very popular.

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Accompanied by Bernadette de Gascquet, yoga teacher and doctor, the facilitators went into practice. Lying on her back, Adriana Karembeu put her legs on the doctor’s hips, which left them in a rather suggestive position.

“We’ve known each other for a long time, it’s the first time we’ve been in this position! », joked Michel Cymes. Although embarrassed, the two accomplices who have been hosting the show for five seasons have acquired a great deal of complicity, which has allowed them to laugh about the situation.

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