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Why Justin Bieber met Emmanuel Macron at the Paris Elysee

Unbelievable but true. The same Justin Bieber met the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, on Monday at the Elysée Palace in Paris, seat of the French government. The reason? one request of the American singer himself who traveled to the Gallic capital to celebrate the Day of Music, which was commemorated with a concert by the artist Jean-Michel Jarre.

Accompanied by his wife, Hailey Bieber the American artist did not want to miss the opportunity to immortalize this special moment for the young couple. Through their social networks, Justin Bieber has shown the world the meeting he had with Macron and the French first lady, Briggite Macron. A photograph that has given much to talk about by the “inappropriate” bieber outfits in a place as important as the Elysée.

A talk about youth

And what did the Biebers and the Macrons talk about? Although none of the protagonists have made statements about it, as reported by different French media, the French president and the singer had a conversation on issues related to youth.

As explained by the Gala television network BFM TV, this day honored the musicians who have suffered so much from the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic and, in particular, the concert of Jean-Michel Jarre wanted highlight the role of electronic music, one of the most affected by the health crisis.

A Music Festival with all the security measures

“Viva la Fiesta de la Música, juntos”, wrote the French president in one of his stories of Instagram where we can see how the attendees enjoyed the musical concert sitting and wearing masks. “Happy Music Festival”, macron wrote in another publication.

Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: [email protected] Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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