The (rare) confessions of Isabelle Ithurburu, the companion Maxim Nucci after the death of Johnny Hallyday Gala

Entertainment 23 December, 2017


On December 9, Isabelle Ithurburu was present at the ceremony of homage to Johnny Hallyday at the Madeleine. The companion Maxim Nucci was visibly very moved and touched by this tragic disappearance.

Shortly after the announcement of the death of Johnny Hallyday at the age of 74 years, many of the artists from the worlds of music, media and the film industry have expressed their sadness through various testimonials. Some personalities have also been invited to the ceremony at the heartfelt homage to the Madeleine. This is the case of Isabelle Ithurburu, the companion Maxim Nucci alias Yodelice, composer, and guitarist of the deceased. The sports reporter, always very discrete, has agreed to confide to the magazine Télé Star on the tragic death of the performer of ” I promise “. It has thus proved to have grown up with the titles of the idol of young people : “I went to see them in concert, I took my parents. An artist as iconic, which provides so many emotions, we will know more this ever. I’ve been touched by his disappearance and by the heartfelt homage which was rendered to him, an event that is touching and positive.”

Present at the ceremony but also with Laeticia Hallyday shortly after the death of her husband, Isabelle Ithurburu do not wish to dwell on the last moments of the star : “I do not talk about because it is private “, she added.

During the tribute popular, his companion Maxim Nucci, the sides of Yarol Poupaud and Matthieu Chedid, was interpreted to the guitar the greatest songs of Johnny Hallyday but also his favorites during his burial at St-Barth : “Be bop a Lula” and ” Love Me Tender “, Elvis Presley.

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