Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Marion Jolles Grosjean and Jordan Bratman: Class At Best

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Marion Jolles Grosjean is a well-known French journalist and television host. She is well-known for co-hosting the weekly programme “Automoto” with Denis Brogniart on the TF1 channel every Sunday since 2005. She is also the wife of F1 racer Romain Grosjean, who survived F1’s scariest crash in decades. Jollès was born in Saint-Étienne City, Loire Department, France, on December 8, 1981. She has not yet revealed any information about her parents or siblings. She is of French nationality and white ethnicity. In Paris, she finished her journalism studies. After earning a Master’s degree in English, she went to Canada for nearly six months of additional studies. Marion Jolless is married to Romain Grosjean, a Swiss racing driver. They tied the knot in Chamonix, France, in 2012. The couple has been dating since 2008, when Romain was a Renault test driver.

Jollès began her career in a pan-European television sports network called “Eurosport” until 2005. Later, she became the host of “La bonne conduite,” a short programme about road safety that aired on the TF1 channel. In the same year, she was chosen to be a presenter on the popular weekly programme “Automoto,” which continues to air every Sunday morning on the TF1 channel. She then co-hosted the programme “F1 à la une” with Denis Brogniart in 2009. The show was cancelled in 2012. She hosted the TF1 channel’s “Confessions intimes” programme from 2009 to 2014. She also co-hosts the soccer show “L’Affiche du jour” with Christian Jeanpierre, a French sports journalist. The talented journalist is a widely recognized personality and is believed that she has been earning a massive sum of wealth from her profession. Her source of income comes from being a French TV presenter and a Journalist. Her net worth is expected to be around USD $6 million.

Jordan Bratman

Jordan Bratman is a famous musician, music producer, entrepreneur, artist, media face, Internet personality, and music executive from New York, United States. He is famously known as the ex-husband of a popular pop star named Christina Aguilera. He worked as an A&R for DARP Music, Inc. Jordan Bratman was born on June 4, 1977, in South Bronx, New York City, New York, the United States of America, to Jack and Gail Bratman. He has a brother named Josh. Bratman grew up in a family where artistic aspirations were encouraged. His father, Jack, is a renowned music producer himself. Bratman has always been artistically inclined. He began to learn music when he was still young, and at the age of 16, he started his career and found his initial success that very year.

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His father taught Bratman the fundamentals of music production. He began working at various music studios in New York shortly after finishing his graduation. He has also interned for a music producer in Louisiana. He was hired as an A&R (Artists and Repertoire) representative for DARP Music, Inc. He worked with many celebrities and artists, including Pink, Boyz II Men, Madonna, TLC, and Michael Jackson. According to our sources, he composed the soundtracks for the Universal Pictures films ‘Honey’ and ‘Bad Boys II,’ and he also serves as a consultant for them. He’s also collaborated with Azoff Music Management. Aside from that, he is the owner of the New York Angels football team. He has also owned the clothing line ‘Jordan Bratman Seduction’ as well as a perfume line. According to reports, he owns the vodka brand ‘Pure Wonderbratman.’ Bratman owns a number of businesses. He also makes a good living from his varied career. His earnings as a music producer would be in the range of USD 30-50k (approx.). Jordan Bratman’s net worth is estimated to be $15 million as of 2022, according to sources. Jordan Bratman is not on social media handles. He is not active on social media handles such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. He likes to stay away from media attention and likes to keep his life very private.

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