June 7, 2023

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ADISQ Gala: Jeanette Reno knows Fauci and is “in great shape”

ADISQ Gala: Jeanette Reno knows Fauci and is "in great shape"

Jeanette Reno made a slip at Sunday evening’s ADISQ gala that set the web ablaze by renaming rapper Fauci and his song. Copilot. The 76-year-old grande dame, looking less energetic than usual, still knows the rapper and is in great shape, she assured the press officer.

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“The people and the Academy chose: Capitol! Funky with Jay Scott”, launched the singer to public cheers and disbelief from the two winning artists. The moment quickly went viral on the web.

In the press room, minutes after leaving the stage, Fauci and Jay Scott spoke to some media, claiming that the moment was sympathetic and not held against M.me Reno.

The great performer misread the card “excitedly and nervously,” she told a press officer. News magazine. “She knows FouKi, but it’s not a common name like Mario Pelchat.”

Although she spoke more slowly than usual during her presentation, the publicist noted that Jeanette Reno was “in great shape” and “in a really good mood,” adding that she was not doing an interview at the moment.

“If we want to reassure people, she is doing very well. I think she should seize the moment by clapping. […] It was hard to see her teleprompter. Opening the gala with the first prize is stressful. This is very rare in recent times.

Once off stage, Mme Reno stayed behind the scenes for a good hour, speaking exclusively to Edith Butler. Some people mentioned her little slip to her and she laughed heartily.

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Ginette Reno had long planned to present the evening’s first prize, Sunday evening. The organization of the ADISQ Gala wanted to start off strong. She probably didn’t expect M.me Reno goes viral with his little gaffe!

New album

Although she suffered serious heart problems last year, Ginette Reno is very active these days, putting the finishing touches on her new album, which will be released in the spring.

“We want to launch it this fall, but a few things need to be finalised, said the press official. She has been in the studio recently to work on the songs. We don’t have an official release date yet.

Jeanette Reno wrote some of the titles that appear on the album. She works with Lionel Lavalt on artistic direction. His last album, foreverReleased in 2018.

Could the tour come to light after 2023? When faced with this question, the public relations professional is less optimistic. “I don’t know.. It’s been a long time since she did a full show.”

Ginette Reno may also start her autobiography, which she has been writing for years, next year. “I don’t want to go ahead, but it’s an ongoing project, it’s concrete, said the press officer. She’s still actively working.”