This Saturday, March 18, Zabou Breitman delivered in the show Télématin. The opportunity for her to return to a big crush she had for the one who later became a famous singer. Confidences.
Zabou Breitman, who has started using his surname again, confided a lot in Telematin, this Saturday, March 18. She talked a lot career and private life, and has not omitted any important passage of his life: from his committed childhood to his time at the Sorbonne, in particular. It was there that she fell in love with a young man who later became a famous singer.
Damien Thévenot and Maya Lauqué obviously didn’t miss a beat of what the actress was saying, and weren’t disappointed with her revelations. Neither do viewers. But before talking about her ‘crush’, the one who threw a spade at Eric Zemmour, spoke at length about his parents, and their political commitment. The actress had already had the opportunity to speak on this subject in 2019 in the columns of Le Monde: “Rightly or wrongly, they were pure and hard. My mother followed, a little in submission. As a child, I was immersed in political commitment. Organizations like Secours rouge, Comité Gavroche… I cried when my mother announced to me that the Sorbonne had been taken over. This momentum was beautiful, but when you see your parents destroyed by that and that, in the end, because they no longer have a job, you find yourself at living in an unheated thing, there is a disillusion”, she confided.
Zabou Breitman “He was beautiful”
In 1968, she joined a artistic studio of the Sorbonne. And it was at the Panthéon that she met… Renaud, the committed singer, who found love again at 70. He was 13 at the time, and already had great political convictions. It would seem that, by his look, his blond hair, his hoarse voice and his well-conducted revolts, Renaud had a crazy charm, at 13 years old already. At least that’s what Zabou Breitman made clear, with great enthusiasm.
More than 50 years lateron the set of Telematin this Saturday, March 18, the actress returned to the attraction she had for the singer: “I joined this committee because there was Renaud. Renaud at 13… It was more than a little crush. He was beautiful”she confided, before reminiscing on beautiful memories: “I hear Mistral Gagnant and at that time I still saw it because the clip was made by Gérard Mordillat, who is a director with whom I worked”she delivered, before saying of the singer that it was a love “amazing” And “bright” before specifying that he “is always brilliant by the way”. There you have it, a nice statement.