Wednesday, May 18

Jenifer: again positive for Covid-19, the singer renounces the Enfoirés

Once again tested positive for Covid-19, singer Jenifer announced on Instagram this weekend that she could not participate in the Enfoirés show.

After her absence from the previous edition due to her pregnancy, Jenifer regrets not being able to join the 2022 show. “Great disappointment for me not to be able to support Les Enfoirés this year. But the Covid has invited itself to my house again for the 2nd time! I wholeheartedly support the teams of volunteers, technicians and artists who will still give their best to appeal to everyone’s generosity. Forza. I love you “, she posted on her Instagram account this Saturday, January 22.

In October 2020, the singer had already confided to having been affected by the Covid-19. This time, the contamination had forced her to virtually attend the grand finale of The Voice Kids.

Omicron disturbs the Enfoirés

Arrived this Friday, January 21 in Montpellier to shoot their traditional concerts, the earnings of which will be donated to Restos du Coeur, Les Enfoirés are not only deprived of the interpreter of J’attends l’amour.

According to information published this Sunday by Télé-Loisirs, Christophe Maé, Jeff Panacloc, Michèle Laroque, Claire Keim, Carla Bruni and Jane Birkin were also forced to give up participating in the show. Some would be positive for Covid-19, others would be contact cases.

Michaël Youn, would also be affected by the virus and confined to his hotel room. “We hope he will join us before the end of filming,” said Anna Marcassus, artistic producer of Les Enfoirés, to Parisian this Sunday.

The 2022 edition of Les Enfoirés, which ends its filming this Monday, will however be able to count on around forty artists including: Julien Clerc, Patrick Bruel, Jean-Louis Aubert, Zazie, Amel Bent, Patrick Fiori, Benabar, Lorie, Soprano, Claudio Capeo, Amir, MC Solaar, Isabelle Nanty, or even Nolwenn Leroy.

This year, singers Anne Sila (winner of The Voice: All-Stars), Jérémy Frérot, Camélia Jordana and Joyce Jonathan will join them on stage. Baptized Un air d’Enfoirés, the show will be broadcast in March on TF1.

Reference-www.cnews.fr

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.