By Gaëlle Moury and G. My
LOn December 5, 2017, Johnny Hallyday disappeared at the age of 74. With memorial services in his honor about to begin, Le figaro In an investigation, he uncovers the downsides of the “Johnny business”, which has been very profitable to this day.
Cinema concerts, show boxes, CDs and DVDs of all kinds, documentaries, (nice) books, exhibitions: his widow Laeticia Hallyday does everything to keep the memory of the 60-year-old rocker alive. Today, after a fight over the singer’s legacy, she is in fact the sole holder of the couple’s moral rights and trust, and as previously mentioned Le figaromeans it gets “100% of Hallyday’s business”.
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