Roll on Sunday: Sylvie Vartan, Elsa Zylberstein and Dave in the spotlight

Michel Drucker still receives beautiful people on his red sofa for his new number Roll on Sunday airing this October 10, 2021. Starting with Dave. At 77, the singer rediscovered the joy of a promotional tour by defending his album, Remember to love appeared just before the first containment. An opus produced by Renaud in 2019 and which was created almost ten years after his last record. “This meeting is one of the beautiful coincidences of life“said Dave in nice morning recently about his friend Renaud. During this interview, the singer also mentioned his state of health. “He is much better. Problem is, it doesn’t last because of the demons in his head“, he confessed. According to him, Renaud would consider himself”melancholy” lately.

Michel Drucker will talk a little more about music with Sylvie Vartan. The singer also released an album a few days ago, the 50th of her career called Thanks for looking. “It’s a totally different album for me because they are French songs written by French authors, with lyrics that are very powerful.“, she informed BFMTV. Clara Luciani, Clarika, La Grande Sophie, Joseph D’Anvers, Léonard Lasry and Elisa Point are among the authors to have written the texts of her album composed of 14 songs. Sylvie Vartan will also face the writer Roland perez who has just published his first novel, My mother, God and Sylvie Vartan. A story inspired by her childhood lulled by the singer’s voice.

Stéphane de Groodt and Elsa Zylberstein will come for their part to laugh the public and the viewers for the second part, Roll on next Sunday. They will talk about their new film together, Everything smiles on us, at the cinema on October 20. This is a French comedy that features a couple and their respective lovers reunited by chance in the same country house for a weekend. The Belgian comedian will certainly also evoke the play for which he stars with Valérie Bonneton, Who is Mr Schmitt?, whose tour begins in October.

Roll on Sunday from 3.10 p.m. on France 2 on Sunday 10 October 2021.

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