Like Florent Pagny, Christophe Willem spent his summer on the roads of France. From Marne-la-Vallée to St-Laurent-Du-Var via Carcassonne, La Tranche-sur-Mer, Saint-Raphaël, Poitiers, Hyères or Ambès. The artist has been performing concerts since June 3, to the delight of music lovers. Despite an overloaded schedule, the interpreter of PS: I love you recently gave an exclusive interview to Closer. An opportunity for the singer to confide in his passion for music, but also on his physique and his interest in cosmetic surgery.
“I have no taboos with cosmetic surgery”, he explained in particular in the columns of the magazine before returning to the operations he has already undergone. “I had hair implants, I corrected my nose, to please me”, he indicated. To date, Slimane’s sidekick is not opposed to the idea of going to the pool again. “I’m not in a logic of perfection… I’m much too far from it! If my face deteriorates too quickly, I’ll have a Botox injection or a facelift. Why hide it?”, he wondered.
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Christophe Willem well in his skin
Apart from his appearance, the artist also places great importance on his well-being and health, and he strives to feel good both mentally and physically. Athlete, he goes through exercises to be in shape. “It’s important to have the energy to deliver the best on stage. I train with a coach, I do cardio, bodybuilding… without hoping for a body-built body!”
Despite a very healthy routine, Christophe Willem still has a vice: cigarettes. As his concerts approach, he “stop completely (smoking, editor’s note) to ensure the show”. “Tobacco is my only vice. I have a rigor of sleep. I am neither in excess, nor in self-destruction”, he confided to our colleagues. What he fears above all? “Suffering, Depression, Illness”. Bad in his skin in his young years, the big winner of season 4 of the show New star therefore went to therapy to face his demons. A process that allowed him to see life differently and to understand that “aging is not suffering”.