Vanessa Paradis became a star very young : “I have had moments of torture,”

The development of the off-norm of Vanessa Paradis ‘s passion. The singer and actress 46-year-old is one of those rare artists who started very early and have stood up to the follies of the glory early. Contrary to popular belief, this success can be dizzying obtained after the output of the famous Joe Le Taxi in 1987 was not without consequence on the mum of Lily-Rose Depp.

In a long interview granted to the World this Sunday may 12, 2019, which traces the entirety of her career, Vanessa Paradis shows behind the scenes. “I didn’t 15 years old and I was singing, I was traveling everywhere, from Europe, to New York. But it was very brutal to be under the eye of a public and a profession that made a comment, who felt, “says the wife of Samuel Benchetrit. It was then that she admits to having “lived the moments of torture.” “Like everyone at that age, I was looking for. I wanted to be a woman, I maquillais too. I was not much comfortable in my sneakers. In the Face of journalists adults, I wanted to look sure of myself, but I didn’t know what to answer. Then I gave myself a kind to hide my shyness, to appear larger. These people were lovely with me and then they wrote articles horrible, it was cruel“, she says.

The cruelty comes not only from the world of music or media, but also more way more basic in the daily life and especially in high school. Vanessa Paradis remains sent to school, although his career is launched : “I sang Joe le taxi in the end of the third, then I started high school in Fontenay-sous-Bois. I took the RER in the morning with people who looked at me like a beast in a cage. Yes, I was known but I went to school !” “In high school, I had two girlfriends, and the mockery of a thousand students. I was the daughter of the tv, the fame, it was strange. I had the feeling of being alone“, she adds.

The atmosphere is so horrible in high school as Vanessa Paradis asks his parents removing during his year of first : “somehow I missed constantly, and I had to leave for two months at Saint-Etienne for my first film, Noce blanche.” Thanks to Jean-Claude Brisseau – who died on the 11th of may last at the age of 74 years -, Vanessa Paradis had her first lead role in a drama released in 1989 and unhook it in the wake of the César for most promising female the following year.