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Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman Break the Silence by Michel Drucker

Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman Break the Silence by Michel Drucker

The two artists have no short memories.

Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman are undoubtedly among the most discreet artists in the show business. A Quebec singer heals away from cameras and cameras while theThe French singer only breaks silence for rare good deeds. but this time, They came together to honor a monument to French television, Michel Drucker, who will celebrate his 80th birthday and who was honored by the weekly Paris Match who also had close friends vouch for, including the song’s stars.

True, the host was one of the first, if not the first, to welcome a young Canadian singer into his group when she was still a long way from the international star she is today.

Celine Dion writes:

I have known, I have received, helped and loved all the best in the arts and entertainment profession. It gave young beginners, like myself, the opportunity to make themselves known thanks to the sheer power of spreading and promoting. […] You entered into their heart through the small window of the audiovisual, and they no longer wanted, they could no longer let you go. I hope the party goes on for a long time.

Same for Jean-Jacques Goldman who saw his career really take off after a stint on the cult show “Champs”. ElyséeWhere he sang his first hit: “Enough with a sign,” he recalls.

It’s as if all of France was watching. For all artists, especially beginners, it was a very important and necessarily stressful moment. […] Michael Drucker always behaves as well with the “youngs” as with the “olds”, it relaxes you, there is no trap. I think it’s his nature, it’s rare.

Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman’s word is rare but precious. There is no doubt that these words will go straight to the heart of Michael Drucker.

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