Entertainment Mylène Farmer slapped by a good sister in her youth, she tells
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On the occasion of an interview with the winter issue of the magazine quarterly Stubborn, Mylène Farmer shared some memories of her youth, and in particular this memorable moment when a good sister raised her hand over her ...
She is one of the most popular French-speaking artists around the world. At fifty-nine years old,is a singer who had a resounding success with the release of her first album Cendres de lune in 1986, whose title Libertine has become an intergenerational hymn known to all. In the company of , she will write some of the most beautiful pages of French pop music with, among others, the titles Sans contrefaçon, Pourvu Quiers Douces or Disenchantée. It will also take young artists under its wing, , which in turn will be very successful. But likes to maintain around her person, as she recently confided to our colleagues at Têtu magazine.
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"I don't grow it"
In its winter edition, the quarterly gives a long interview to the singer, who took the opportunity toon some of her childhood memories. She also concedes considering “the secret” as being her “sanctuary”: “With me, secrecy is not a question of shyness or protection, I do not cultivate it. As far as I can remember, I have always considered the secret to be my shrine. I never imagined that, in the ultra-connected world that is ours today, secrecy would become one of the last areas of freedom. It has become a necessity, a vital space. "However, she reveals one of the tastiest anecdote ... a story of orange juice and good sister:" The memory of my childhood remains very vague despite everything. I have the memory of a very short scene: the slap of a good sister because I had spilled my glass of orange juice on the ground ”, she says, laughing. The ways of the Lord may be impenetrable, some good sisters obviously seem to have found a way to leave a mark on their protected…!
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