Johnny Hallyday hospitalized in Paris for “respiratory distress”

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French singer Johnny Hallyday attends a ceremony at Place de la Republique square to pay tribute to the victims of last year's shooting at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in Paris
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Johnny Hallyday is hospitalized on the night from Sunday to Monday for respiratory distress, report several French media today. The singer suffers from a lung cancer.

The singer of 74 year old has been urgently hospitalized in a hospital in Paris on the night from Sunday to Monday for respiratory distress, reveals the magazine “Voici”.  We learn that the rocker was brought by his wife Laeticia to the clinique Bizet in Paris 16th arrondissement. Johnny announced in March that he followed a treatment for a cancer, detected a few months before, while specifying that his days “were not in danger”.

Always under observation, Johnny Hallyday has to continue to take examinations today. His entourage hopes he will come out of the clinic tomorrow. For several weeks, the singer has been very weakened by his disease. The singer has difficulty walking and has to move at present in wheelchair. At the beginning of November, he was again operated on to strengthen  the bones and allow him to move more easily.

The announcement arrives on a day which corresponds to the launch of a new album, “We chose something from Johnny,” which is a cover album to pay tribute to Johnny Hallyday. In the album we find the singer Louane, Nolween Leroy, Amel Bent, or the singer Kendji Girac, Garou, Slimane, Patrick Bruel, Florent Pagny, Thomas Dutronc, and many others.

Laura Girard, IEJ3E


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