The two artists do not have short memories.
Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman are undoubtedly among the most discreet artists in the world of show business. The Quebec diva heals away from cameras and cameras while thehe French singer only comes out of silence for rare good deeds. But this time, they are together to pay tribute to a monument of French television, Michel Drucker, who will celebrate his 80th birthday and who is honored by the weekly Paris Match who also had close friends testify, including the stars of the song.
It is true that the host was one of the first if not the first to welcome a young Canadian singer to his set when she was still very far from the international star she has become today.
Celine Dion writes as follows:
“You have known, you have received, helped and loved all that is best in the profession of arts and entertainment. You gave the chance to young beginners, like me, to make themselves known thanks to the enormous power of diffusion and promotion. […] You entered their heart through the small window of the audiovisual, they no longer want, can no longer let you go. May the party continue for a long time.“
Ditto for Jean-Jacques Goldman who saw his career really take off after a stint on the cult show, “Champs Elysees” where he sang his first hit: “It will suffice of a sign”. He also remembers.
“It’s as if all of France were watching. For all artists, especially beginners, it was a very important and necessarily stressful moment. […] Michel Drucker has always behaved well with the ‘little ones’ as with the ‘big ones’, he puts you at ease, there is no trap. I think it’s his nature, it’s rare.“
The word of Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman is rare but precious. There is no doubt that these words will go straight to the heart of Michel Drucker.