The cinema was at the rendezvous, Thursday, October 27 at the UGC Les Halles in Paris on the occasion of the preview of the film You won’t get my hate. But fashion too, with Camellia Jordana who caused a sensation during the photocall in a superb outfit associated with the style of the 70s, namely a magnificent beige and black shirt, bell bottom jeans and a pair of black heels. Not to mention her impeccable hairstyle and make-up as well as her lovely pair of earrings. The class in person! Note that she was accompanied by Anne Azoulay, Kilian Riedhof, Farida Rahouadj, Zoe Iorio and Pierre Deladonchamps for this event.
The story of You won’t get my hate is moving since it tells the true story of Antoine Leiris, who lost Hélène, his beloved wife, during the attacks on the Bataclan in Paris Despite the pain and the mourning, a possible path. To the hatred of terrorists, Antoine opposes the love he has for his young son and his missing wife. In this feature film by Kilian Riedhof, Camélia Jordana plays Hélène, the lost being and Pierre Deladonchamps, Antoine, the one who stayed…
This is not the first time that the singer from Toulon has dazzled photographers with her look. Indeed, on May 11, she unveiled herself in a sublime black dress with weights, on the occasion of her concert in the legendary Parisian stage of the Olympia. Room that she had ignited by singing in particular her title My king or his featuring with Vitaa and Amel Bent, Or I’ll, in the presence of the two singers. Dadju had also collaborated with her, on the title Loco.
He is welcome
“Obviously I still haven’t come down from that Olympian cloud. Thank you for all your words, your love, your eyes shining with joy and full emotions. It was worth the wait 13 years…I felt you. es, vu.es and tight.es Thank you for the warmth, for the return of life big and wide. Thank you to all my extraordinary team. This show is a piece of us and it’s completely crazy to share it with you ” , she congratulated herself on Instagram.
But if all goes well for the 30-year-old artist on the music side, she confided in January 2021 in the pages of Paris Match on her celibacy and in particular on her ability, in spite of herself, to do “fear of men“. She thus declared to be always in search of her prince charming: “He’s not in my life. But he is welcome”. Maybe she found it since? The mystery is maintained!