“Intellectually it’s fine”: Dave reassuring during his first appearance since his accident


Dave is fine. Guest last night on the show “C à vous”, the singer returned to his accident and again reassured his fans.

“Intellectually it’s fine,” explained the interpreter of Vanina on the set of Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine, returning to the accident which almost cost him his life on January 25.

Victim of a heavy fall at home, causing a cerebral hemorrhage, the artist was taken to Percy hospital, where he remained in a coma for several days. A fall which had committed her vital prognosis, had revealed her husband Patrick Loiseau, in the columns of Paris Match, during the first interview of the artist at the end of March.

An accident on which Dave, visibly recovered, returned on Wednesday evening. “It’s still something that changed me,” he said. “When you fall like that, and you wake up two weeks later, and you don’t remember anything, no it’s not funny,” explained the artist, adding that after seeing so many friends leaving because of AIDS in the 1980s “he was not afraid of death”.

Intact humor

The singer also took the opportunity to put a spotlight on domestic accidents. “I read today knowing that I was going to do this show and that I didn’t want to say nonsense, that there were more than 20,000 cases of domestic accidents per year in France”, underlined Dave. “The majority of cases being falls of people over 70, so it barely concerns me, except for a few years,” laughed the 77-year-old singer, who has lost nothing of his humor.

Last March, however, he mentioned the repercussions of this fall, stating that he had “lost his taste and smell”. A difficult situation to live with when, according to him, eating is one of his favorite activities. The artist had also specified not to have the right to drive for six months, and to conclude at the time “Other than that everything is fine!”. His fans were able to check it last night.





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