very rare confidences of the singer

Jean-Jacques Goldman, usually so discreet, came out of the silence in Paris Match… The singer gave a few words for a special event.

September 12, Michel Drucker will celebrate his 80th birthday. A great milestone that the popular animator will cross surrounded by those he loves, starting with his wife Dany Saval and their daughter Stéphanie Jarre. But the Taulier du PAF can also count on his friends to celebrate the beginning of this new decade with him. Among them are Jean Jacques Goldmanwho also left aside his usual discretion to pay tribute to the host of Can’t wait for Sundayin the pages of the magazine Paris MatchSeptember 7.

Jean-Jacques Goldman: his tribute to Drucker

In our profession, which is easily scorned, Michel Drucker has always behaved well with the ‘little ones’ as well as with the ‘big ones’, he puts you at ease, there is no trap. I think it’s her nature, she’s rare“, confided Jean-Jacques Goldman, who sang his first hit in 1982, All it takes is a signin the program hosted at the time by Michel Drucker, Champs-Elysees. A program through which the Quebec singer, Celine Dion, had also passed when she was still a teenager. An artist who has become a friend of the host.

It’s as if all of France were watching. For all artists, especially beginners, it was a very important and necessarily stressful moment“, remembered Jean-Jacques Goldman, now 70 years old and who lives between London and Marseille.

Drucker, appreciated by Claude Lelouch, Patrick Bruel…

Jean-Jacques Goldman is not the only one to pay tribute to Michel Drucker in Paris Match. Patrick Bruel said about him:He has often been described as ‘nice’ and ‘ideal son-in-law’. For me, he’s someone who prefers to take time to defend those he loves.“. As for the filmmaker Claude Lelouchhe assured:Michel is a little light in a time when they try to make us believe that the world is rotten“.

On the career side, Michel Drucker has certainly switched to France 3 but he is still very much present on the small screen, to the delight of his loyal audience. Questioned by the press last July, he provided details on his new year on the air: “I will present a Can’t wait for Sunday revisited, turned towards the province, more France of the regions rather than a program for sores. Among other things, I will highlight the supporting roles of the channel’s successful series.. Then, once a month, I will pay homage to the disappeared, to people we don’t talk about anymore, whom the public appreciated and I knew well.

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