Deceased on December 5, 2017, Johnny Hallyday still leaves a huge void behind him. Laeticia Hallyday shared a moving shot of the man who is preparing in honor of the star.

Johnny Hallyday is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars in France. His death on December 5, 2017, was a real shock for the many fans of the rocker. He left behind his wife, Laeticia and his children, David, Laura, Jade and Joy.

It was also fans who weren’t ready to say goodbye to their idol who had to take the terrible news head-on. Almost 4 years after his death, Johnny Hallyday is still in everyone’s mind and many tributes are regularly paid to him.

Laeticia Hallyday shares a touching shot

On September 14, a tribute will be paid to Johnny Hallyday at the AccorHotels Arena. The Johnny Hallyday esplanade will be inaugurated there.

The rocker will be entitled to his own statue. Following its inauguration, a concert will take place and will be broadcast live on television. Viewers to find Laura Smet, the daughter of the late singer.

This tuesday 29 june, Laeticia Hallyday went through the AccorHotels Arena to meet the organizers of the event. She then took a picture of a wall on which we can find a Johnny Hallyday sticker. In caption on his account Instagram, she then wrote:

In the corridors of Bercy for a business meeting… Immense emotion.

Laeticia Hallyday unveils a moving shot of the tribute planned to Johnny Hallyday
Laeticia Hallyday shares a tribute shot to Johnny Hallyday live from the AccorHotels Arena @Instagram

Again in the arms of Jalil Lespert

While the rumors wanted that their romance is not necessarily in good shape, Laeticia Hallyday plunged directly into the arms of Jalil Lespert when arriving in France.

It was her friend Liliane Jossua who was able to immortalize the reunion on the web on June 28, 2021 for a football evening which unfortunately ended with the defeat of France against Switzerland.

The two lovers were able to console themselves by cuddling all evening.

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