Jean Reno tells his last words to Johnny Hallyday before his death

Jean Reno tells his last words to Johnny Hallyday before his death
Jean Reno tells his last words to Johnny Hallyday before his death

This Thursday, May 16, Jean Reno was invited to the Télématin set. The actor returned to the death of his friend Johnny Hallyday and revealed the last words he had exchanged with him.

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A message of hope. This Thursday, May 16, Jean Reno was invited on the set of the 2 morning show, Telematin. The actor spoke about the release of his very first novel entitled Emma. But the one who also recently starred in Retirement home 2 also returned to his long friendship with Johnny Hallyday. It was he who lent his voice to guide visitors to the exhibition in memory of the famous singer which is being held at the Porte de in . Jean Reno was a great friend of the latter and accompanied him in his last moments.

Jean Reno: his last words to Johnny Hallyday

The actor of Big Blue confided that he had seen Johnny Hallyday “two days before his death“. And as he left, he left her a message full of hope. “I see you at Christmas“, he told her. “But I knew it wasn’t true“, he continues. And according to him, Johnny Hallyday also knew that he would not last until the end of year celebrations. And this was the case, the singer died shortly after, on December 5, 2017 leaving a void in the hearts of his fans but also those close to him. This is why an exhibition to pay tribute to him was created.

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Jean Reno moved during his tribute to Johnny Hallyday

Jean Reno is therefore the voice of the exhibition in honor of Johnny Hallyday. But he revealed a few days ago on the show Culture Media that recording was not always easy. “It lasted two days [l’enregistrement]. The second day, everything fell on me. We stopped for a little bit to release the emotion. It came all of a sudden. You try to magnify him, you talk about him… and suddenly you realize that he is no longer there“, he confided. Words that he maintains in Telematin ensuring that he “couldn’t continue“and that he was very moved when he saw images of the procession heading towards the Church of the Madeleine.”I was in the car […] The audience was four meters away and people were crying“, he remembers with great emotion.

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