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Dodo celebrates his 90th birthday this Saturday

Dodo celebrates his 90th birthday this Saturday

Legend Dominique Michel celebrates her 90th birthday on Saturday.

The woman who participated in 17 “Goodbye Bye” in an interview with QMI stated that she is doing well, noting that the fact that she has never smoked or drank excessively in her life certainly explains her longevity.

Born Amy Sylvester on September 24, 1932, in Sorel Tracy, Monterrey, Dominique Michele has struggled with health problems in recent years, including colon cancer, which she overcame. She says that all is well now, and it is nice to hear, especially since her voice is still young and full of spirit, like the voice that Quebecers know so well.

“I’ve always been careful. I never thought I would turn ninety, because when I was young I had all the diseases in the world, whooping cough, etc. Like all the kids back then, because we didn’t have medicine today. I was sure I wouldn’t last long.” During the pandemic, she literally followed the instructions and was “so happy [s]She laughed.

Dominique Michel, who started her career in the early 1950s in major urban cabarets, has never been bored of the spotlight since her retirement. She sang and played and made a lot of people laugh. “I always have something to do at home. Of course, I wanted to keep working, but you need to know when to stop and take time for yourself. We delivered and she’s perfect!

And if, say, Dennis Arcand – who directed her in “The Decline of the American Empire” and “Barbarian Invasions” – offered her a dedicated role, would she agree to return to the service? “Maybe, but I’m not sure. I’m not an activist,” she said, noting that she liked her “simple, tidy, ordinary life.”

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You watch TV a lot, among other activities. “I listen to everything, I know everything. And when there are shows with people I know, I go, but I’m not involved.

“Live from the universe” celebrates Dodo on Saturday

To celebrate nine decades of our “national sleep”, France Baudouin and her team from “Live from the Universe” are preparing a party for Saturday to show that they are not ready to be forgotten, with many guests and surprises.

“I think it is good to be invited, I did not expect it. Dominique Michel said of the musical meeting, which was shown live.

A thousand secret envelopes were sent across the county with the mention: “Live from the 90-year-old universe of the dodo. Do not open before September 24, 7 p.m. You will have to watch the show on Saturday, 7 p.m., on ICI Télé, to find out the contents of the envelopes, and before Everything, to see Dominique Michel, who is bored by many Quebecers.