LtdNearly thirty years after their last show at the hall, comedian Jacques Vermeer (72) and advertiser Luc Verschueren (69) began their final tour on Saturday evening, dubbed “Zaalshow 2.0”. Family, friends and colleagues attended the premiere at the Capitole Ghent, and Jacques’ son Maxime took the opportunity to introduce his new girlfriend.
“Katy and I met through Tinder,” Maxime says of his new love, who is 23 years old just like him. “I was curious what it would be like to be on this dating app, and we quickly became a match. At first we talked a lot, then we met and one thing led to another. We’ve been together for almost a year now. I haven’t kept it a secret On purpose, but I’m not one to share everything on social media now. The premiere of Dad’s indoor show seemed like a great opportunity to go out as a couple. It was very exciting for Katie, as she’s not used to such a red carpet. “My boyfriend knew I was Jack, but that didn’t matter. By the way, they got to know each other very quickly and we get along well. Just like with my sister and mother. Everyone is happy because I am happy in love again.
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No more “De Vermeer”
Although the couple does not live together yet, they spend a lot of time together. “Or with her parents in Antwerp or at my house in Kerbergen. I still live with my parents, because I work in the Vis & Dis restaurant nearby. Here I am in the kitchen, and it is very interesting. Maybe one day I will go back to a butcher shop.” (He laughs) Media work after “De Vermeires” is certainly not within Maxime’s reach, but he doesn’t mind it. “These cameras are not suitable for me. I prefer to be alone. In the end, my father decided to stop after all the criticism. Those comments did not bother me. I thought our documentary series was great, but I accept the decision.”
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He laughs at himself
After that, the new couple – like other famous faces – took their place in the hall for the premiere of “Zaalshow 2.0”, the latest creation of Jacques Vermeer and Luc Verschueren. Between 1989 and 1995, the famous duo performed 1,150 shows for a total of 550,000 visitors. Now – fresh as rookies – the two return to the stage to captivate audiences with their unwavering chemistry and undiminished energy. With a new presentation of characters and graphics. Fonsky Verzelli and DDT should of course not be missed, but Jack also uses self-irony about his failed documentary series “De Vermeires”. Our country’s most famous and popular comedian is doing his best, faster and smarter than ever before. Jack even started singing and dancing. With Luke as the lead detective.
Jack and Luke will be touring Flanders with “Zaalshow 2.0” until June 2024. More information via jacquesvermeire.be.
“Dad and Luke have often practiced in the kitchen, so I’m very curious about the end result,” he says. Julie Vermeer With her love Lauren by her side. “By the way, I plan to watch it several times.”
“Jack is always a source of laughter,” he says. Joyce de Troche Who came to watch with his good friend Genevieve. The blonde played his secretary for three seasons on Verschoten & Zoon. “Even if the comedian doesn’t say anything, I’m about to pee my pants.”
She traveled for the new VTM program “Jacques and Urbain on a world tour” Eric Goins With Jacques Vermeer (and Urbanus) he traveled around the world to perform on foreign stages. In Ghent, the TV maker took with him his wife, Lotte, and his two children, Rick and Julia.
“Jack and Luke are as iconic to me as Gaston and Leo,” says the labor economics professor. Sten bert Along with dear friend Frederick.
“My respect for Jack is enormous,” he says. Jelly Vandecafé That partner took Nysia with her. The former judoka has known Jack for many years.
Former cyclist Roger de Vlaeminck He went to the premiere with his girlfriend Peggy.
If there’s laughter, it’s there Dirk van Vuuren Happy to attend. Just like children Tor and Anna.
Louise and Lauren come to support their ‘complaining’ father Luke Verschueren.
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