“The rage that it put in me”: Julie Zenatti confides on her beginnings


While she is still waiting to return to the stage on March 28, Julie Zenatti told her fans an anecdote about her debut as a singer …

“I believed in it … but I no longer believe it, we are obliged to shift La Cicada” … This is what Julie Zenatti wrote to her fans on December 21 on Instagram. In a long text shared on the Web, the singer shared all her disappointment at not finding her audience in concert. She wrote: I dreamed you, I dreamed us in this place … “

“I lost my breath”

Fortunately, this December 31st, we will be able to find her in the big concert organized by Stéphane Bern in Versailles, for France 2. In the meantime, she confided without detours to Télé Loisirs. In an interview, she returned to her singing debut. Revealed by the musical Notre Dame de Paris, she played the role of Fleur de Lys, a rival of Esmeralda (Hélène Ségara), the fiancée of Captain Phoebus (Patrick Fiori).

For fans of the work by Luc Plamondon and Richard Cocciante, she remembered “the first time” when she “walked the stage of the Palais des Congrès”. It was in September 1998. She says: “I came on stage with a room in front of me so full I lost my breath. I remember the madness and the rage that it put in me. These 4000 people heard me so I had to give everything “.

It must be said that Julie Zenatti was lucky. The mom of Ava and Elias has always been able to count on her fans. She congratulates herself: “I have an audience that grew up with me. We had successes and failures together.” As proof, the star tells another anecdote that took her heart.

“I found that phew!”

Julie Zenatti goes back 5 years and reveals: “Shortly before releasing my solo album Blanc, I returned to the stage of the European, the first after those of Notre-Dame de Paris. When I arrived in the room, all the people were dressed in white and were holding white balloons. I thought phew! ” Hopefully her reunion with the public on March 28 will be at least as warm.