Michel Drucker was the guest of C à Vous, this Friday, April 30. The host spoke in particular of Annie Cordy and especially of his song it will go better tomorrow, which became his hymn during what he calls “his hospitable campaign”.

Michel Drucker came to present his last book published this Thursday, April 29, on the set of C à vous, this Friday, April 30. Entitled It will be better tomorrow, it takes its title from the eponymous song byAnnie cordy. A song that has become his hymn during what he calls his hospitable campaign. “It will be better tomorrow, if you got out of the pandemic unscathed, if you are waiting for an operation, if you are worried … Listen to Annie Cordy, it will be better tomorrow!, explains the presenter of Roll on Sunday before continuing, it is also a tribute that I wanted to pay, because I learned at the hospital that he had disappeared, I was very sad. She gave me a lot of advice. she was an absolutely amazing woman! (…) And what an actress! (…) It is a great loss!

Michel Drucker tells about his hospitalization in a book

The Belgian singer, who died on September 4, therefore helped Michel Drucker during his hospitalization. The latter was operated on open heart, last September, in order to unblock the coronary arteries, which have the role of vascularizing the heart muscle, to prevent any infarction after what seems, according to him, to be linked to a streptococcus which would have attacked its organs. After this heavy operation, followed a long convalescence. At the end of March, Michel Drucker was back on his famous red sofa, an ordeal he recounts in his book It will be better tomorrow, published by Robert Laffont editions.

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