The artist was the guest of Gilles Bouleau’s 8 p.m. on TF1 on Thursday evening and was reassuring about his state of health. He nevertheless noted his withdrawal from the front of the stage, to better return in 2026.
Florent Pagny is doing better, and he is delighted to let people know. “I’m doing very well. I did all my exams today, after my last treatment and a series of rays (…) The results are great”, he confided, all smiles, on the set of the 8 p.m. news on TF1 this Thursday, November 16.
“I’m doing very well. I did all my exams today, after my last treatment and a series of rays (…) The results are great”, Florent Pagny announces that he is entering a “control” phase of his cancer
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Guest of Gilles Bouleau, the 62-year-old singer was able to reassure all his fans, after two years of fighting lung cancer and as many relapses. The interpreter of “Know how to love” even confided, despite the illness and the treatments he faced this year, to have lived in 2023 one of the most beautiful years of his life, because “beside that, there had a pure balance between gravity on one side and success on the other.”
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The former juror of “The Voice” in France has indeed enjoyed enormous success with his 60th birthday tour, which he postponed two years ago precisely after learning that he had cancer. “I was expecting the numbers that I am used to having, between 10 and 12,000 people and I found myself with 25 or 30,000,” rejoiced Florent Pagny, who also obtained excellent sales figures for his autobiography.
Concerning his cancer, he says he is relieved but wants to remain cautious. “For the third time she disappears, but hey, it’s still three times that she appears so you tell yourself to be careful, you shouldn’t claim victory too much!”, explained the singer, who will now pass into a phase of “ control” of his state of health.
A phase that he will nevertheless be able to experience far from France, in Patagonia, where he has taken up residence for many years with his wife. “I’m going to go back to my distant lands. And as I have occupied a lot of ground between what I did and what happened to me, I’m going to leave everyone alone a little,” joked the artist, who still meets his fans in 2026, for the 65th anniversary tour, with hopefully a new album. “I’m going to go and recharge my batteries and get some inspiration so I can become creative again,” he concluded, pumped up.
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