Fans must have been surprised, as Johnny Hallyday’s account had remained very silent since his death. The last shots, dating back to the last stay in St Barth of the idol of young people and his family already appear as an old memory, which freezes his memory forever. Until an internet link appears in the caption of the rocker’s account.

The exhibition dedicated to the Hallyday legend on the star’s Instagram account

No need to look far to know that this change was the work of Laeticia, who continues to bring Johnny’s memory to life on television sets, through events, concerts and commemorative ceremonies. This time, it was for an exhibition dedicated to the singer’s career that Laeticia intervened, as she announced on Johnny’s 79th birthday, June 15: “Deeply moved and proud to be able to share this magnificent exhibition in tribute to Johnny. With all the team around me, it is the fruit of two years of work, research, memories that we will soon share with the public, “she wrote on her own account , before adding “To imagine this exhibition, I was nourished by everything I learned at his side, his sense of detail, of the show, of the spectacle and his disproportionate ambition for his public. Through this journey in time, thanks to a multi-sensory and emotional experience, everyone will be able to rediscover or discover the man that Johnny was by associating the spectacular and the intimate.”

The exhibition will be visible at the end of 2022 in Brussels and in 2024 in Paris, and cost the modest sum of 12 million euros, in a space of 2,000 m² built in the form of a giant guitar, as specified by RTL .

Duroc station renamed “Durock Johnny” © Natacha Connan

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