You are currently viewing Tributes rain down following the death of Daniel Lévi

Tributes rain down following the death of Daniel Lévi

  • Post category:Entertainment
  • Reading time:5 mins read

Singer Daniel Lévi died at the age of 60 on Saturday after battling cancer for years. Since then, tributes have rained down, from personalities from the world of music and entertainment.

Reading time: 2 mins

Lhe French composer and performer Daniel Lévi, known for his role as Moïse in the musical “The Ten Commandments” died on Saturday at the age of 60, his wife announced. He had suffered from colon cancer since 2019.

His friend Pascal Obispo paid tribute to him on Instagram, saying he “didn’t have the words”. The French singer posted a photo of Daniel Lévi, followed by a black square to indicate his mourning and sadness.

Star presenter Jean-Pierre Foucault also spoke on Twitter, paying tribute to a “simple, talented” man.

The ex-miss France Lynda Hardy also said she was sad to learn of the departure of “this man, so humble, so generous, so talented, this voice which has upset me so many times”.

Presenter Christophe Beaugrand spoke of “terrible news” this Saturday, praising the voice of an “exceptional man”. “We are losing someone who made life a little better for all of us,” he said.

Another presenter, Cyril Hanouna also expressed himself on Twitter, saying he was very sad and underlining the talent and humility of the singer.

comedian Gérald Dahan

French Minister of Culture Rima Abdul Malak also reacted on her Twitter account. “Daniel Lévi was a unique, powerful voice. Fights too: climate, caregivers, fight against racism, support for Lebanon, he never hesitated to commit himself to making the world a little better. »