Johnny Hallyday back home after several days of hospitalization
Johnny Hallyday, September 1, 2017 in Paris
Johnny Hallyday, who has been battling lung cancer for several months, was released Saturday from the clinic where he had been hospitalized since the beginning of the week and is back at his home in the Paris region, according to news reports on Saturday. a relative confirming press information.
The singer was admitted Monday to the clinic Bizet in the sixteenth arrondissement of Paris for respiratory distress and has since received many visits from relatives, including his daughter Laura Smet and his manager Sebastien Farran.
“His condition has worsened,” headlined magazine Here in One of its edition, reinforcing concerns about the state of health of the French rocker, 74 years.
On Friday, when an album of Johnny Hallyday covers was released by young artists (“We all have something from Johnny”), a relative confided to AFP that “the situation is stabilized”.
Johnny Hallyday announced in March to be suffering from cancer. He has been following since a cancer treatment in Paris. In recent weeks, he was striving to give reassuring news about his health on social networks, through his wife Laeticia.