Friday, January 15, 2016

René Angélil: the homage of Dolan, Drucker, Bruel … – Le Figaro

Actors, presenters, directors … the announcement of the death of the husband of Celine Dion, they all paid tribute to the musician and sent their messages of love to the family of the deceased.

He had fought for years. Yesterday, Thursday, January 14, Rene Angelil has died at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada. The musician, who was the impresario of Celine Dion, died at the age of 73, suites from cancer.

Child of Montreal, father and recognized artist in the world of music, Rene Angelil is a man who marked his generation for having discovered the talents of tomorrow. His death triggered a shower of messages. They all wanted to pay tribute to the producer and salute the courage Céline Dion, who has always been there for her husband.

For the RTL this morning, Michel Drucker reacted strongly. The TV host, who has repeatedly received the star, was very confident about the future of Celine Dion without her husband.

“I think he has prepared everything with her, he says. There are another couple very close to him who handles the affairs of Celine. Celine is quite army, she learned a lot. This is not only a great artist Celine is someone who has the feet on the ground, from afar … Do not forget where it comes from. She is quite capable of carrying out his career without failing. The stage is his life. She sang for him and I think it will continue to sing for him. It’ll be a little complicated. As always it will show nothing, because for her “The show must go on.” He’s a very strong in his head. She is very professional. It will continue to sing, I’m sure. “

On Twitter, Celine Dion, in large” soldier “held to inform his fans. “Rene Angelil died this morning at his home in Las Vegas after a long and courageous battle against cancer,” it said in a message shared over 7900 times on the social network.

The director of Mommy , Xavier Dolan addressed his most tender sympathies to his wife: “Rene Angelil made him touch the stars, he now joins” before poster in a second tweet a song by Celine Dion, she interpreted the American Music Awards in 1995.

The artist Patrick Bruel highlighted the generosity and vision that was René.

The professional poker player Phil Ivey, who was a friend and a partner René addressed all his prayers to Celine Dion.

The actor James Woods ( Once Upon a Time in America ) remembers his friend René, like a charming man and full education.

US actress Holly Robinson Peete, known for his role in 21 Jump Street , shares the grief of the family.

The producer Gérard Louvin addressed a thought to the man and his wife disappeared. “A thought for Rene, a man of heart and great talent and of course forcelinedion and children.”

The actor Michael Gregorio expresses sorrow on the social network and remembers the professional that René was.

Thomas Sotto praised the great man. “Rene Angelil is no more. Tonight, Celine Dion lost her husband, her Pygmalion, the father of her children. “

The presenter Nikos Aliagas paid tribute to the musician and has again expressed his great sadness in relation to all Missing talent early this year. “Sad week .. #RipReneAngelil thoughts and prayers to his familycelinedion #unhommecourageux.”

Christophe Beaugrand, issued on his account a long message accompanied by a photo. “Thought moved to one of the biggest stars facing this drama we all lived near and far: Cancer”.

Zaho singer, she also shared her excitement on Twitter. “It is with deep sorrow that I extend my condolences to his family andcelinedion. # RenéAngélil #Grandmonsieur We love you. “

Jean-Marc Généreux, moved, sent all his love to the star. “Tonight Quebec … the World … andcelinedion just lost his #Ungrandleader #UngrandAmour #RIP #ReneAngelil.”

The Secretary General of the Francophonie and the 27th Governor General of Canada, Michaëlle Jean, greeted the man and the professional he was.

Finally, Alex Goude made by his affliction on the social network. “So sad for Rene andcelinedion … All our thoughts to the family, children and friends.”


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