“Everything is fine but it could have been terrible, I fell two meters”

“Everything is fine but it could have been terrible, I fell two meters”
“Everything is fine but it could have been terrible, I fell two meters”

Saturday evening, the 72-year-old singer returned to the stage immediately after falling into the pit during a concert in Seine-et-Marne. He gives reassuring news.

“I’m up, I’m doing great.” Saturday during his concert in Seine-et-Marne in the town of Saint-Pathus, Gibert Montagné fell from the stage. “There is a song that I do when I feel it, a song by Whitney Houston, “I wanna dance with somebody”, and in these cases I call a young girl from the audience to come up and dance with me , explains the 72-year-old artist in a video where he appears in good shape, published Monday morning on his Instagram account. Rachel came, nice as anything […] I told her “take me back to the piano”, she certainly didn’t hear me, it’s absolutely not her fault”. He then approaches the pit dangerously and falls two meters. “It could have been very serious,” he adds.

Several spectators present filmed the incident and security agents quickly intervened to rescue him. His two-metre fall did not prevent him from getting back on stage “with energy a minute later, […]with the musicians in tears”. The singer regrets: “I don’t understand that the person who filmed the fall didn’t film when I got back on stage, that’s my victory. I thank you for so many of you who may have been worried.

The interpreter of Under the sunlight of the tropics performed Friday evening at the Élysée for the music festival. He has been on tour since February and is going to Greece and Switzerland this summer before finishing his concerts in France in September. He will meet his audience on Sunday June 30 in Saint-Maurice de Remens at the Printemps de Perrouges. «Yeah men, on va donner!»

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