Husband and wife between 1965 and 1980, Johnny Hallyday and Sylvie Vartan formed a mythical couple. Yet, despite the love, success and complicity that united them, yet another infidelity of the rocker will push Sylvie Vartan to make an irremediable decision. One thing is certain: Johnny Hallyday was not known for his loyalty. The rocker has had many conquests throughout his life. But if Laeticia Hallyday forgave all the incarceration of her husband, it was not the same for Sylvie Vartan. A mythical couple of yéyé years, the parents of David Hallyday lived, for more than fifteen years, a complicated love relationship, marked by the many infidelities of the singer. Although she has long turned a blind eye to "these girls" in her husband's life, Sylvie Vartan has decided to end her marriage with Johnny Hallyday because of one of them, that of too much doubt. Indeed, in the 1970s, the idol of young people had a sulphurous connection with the singer Nanette Workman, a chorister who was the first part of one of his tours. Johnny Hallyday considered her his "female counterpart". In any case, this is what the two writers of Inoubliable Johnny, the journalist Alain Morel and the photographer Patrick Carpentier, tell us. "Nanette Workman, I stitched it to one of my guitarists. I was crazy about her, as much about the woman as about the artist. I knew it was a destructive story but it was also an irresistible story. She had the temperament of Tina (Turner), the rebellion of Janis (Joplin) and the emotional scalpel of Piaf. (…) She was super beautiful … magnetic … surely the beauty of the devil! "Alain Alain Morel, on the occasion of his 50th birthday, told Johnny Hallyday about his mistakes. The journalist also adds in his book that Nanette Workman is the one who will train Johnny "in drugs and definitely decide Sylvie to divorce." Photo credits: JLPPA / Bestimage


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