Comedian Lise Dion fell ill on Friday evening, just before her show, which was scheduled to take place in Saint-Eustache.
This was confirmed by its director, Daniel Sinville, on Saturday morning, in a press statement addressed to the media.
“She is currently under medical supervision. The communications team, which requests respect for the 68-year-old comedian, has indicated that no further comments will be made at this time.
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It was also specified that people who were to attend the show “will be informed of refund or postponement procedures”.
Shortly before she entered the Zenith Theater on Friday evening, the comedian posted a video on Facebook in which she noted that she found it “difficult, it’s difficult.” rough For emotion. These were his last two shows ever at this venue on Montreal’s North Shore.
More than 300,000 tickets were sold for his last match One woman show In professional life, Chu got thereand his tour is scheduled to end in December in Broussard.
“When I think about the future, I know that I am making the right decision. I don’t want to stop because illness forces me to. I have had a fulfilling career, I am proud of what I have done and I have no bitterness,” she said. Newspaper in September.
Last month, the comedian who sold the most tickets of her career in Quebec was awarded the Order of MP. This distinction aims to recognize the merit of a person or organization that has performed exemplary and beneficial work for the benefit of society.
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