The day after Daniel Levy’s death, many characters wanted to pay him one last, sometimes very touching, tribute. On Saturday, August 6, the singer died of colon cancer. He was 60 years old.
After three years of fighting a tough battle against disease, Daniel Levy passed away on Saturday, August 6th Colon cancer consequences. The singer, famous for his nickname “Desire to Love” and his interpretation of Moses in the Musical Ten Commandments, was only 60 years old. So, inevitably, his death was a sign for many people. His relatives of course, but also many personalities who had the honor of meeting him during his rich career.
This is the case for Cyril Hanouna. After the announcement of this terrible news, The Touche presenter who is not in my position decided to share his pain on Twitter. “I am very sad to know at the moment that Daniel Levy has passed away. I am thinking deeply of his loved ones. He was a great talent and an example of humility. We will miss him. Sincere condolences to his family.”. Her former bandmate, singer Jenny Lane, also took out her phone to finally pay tribute to whomever shared her Ten Commandments stage. “You will always be in my heart. Bon voyage Dani. I will miss you so much”, I wrote.
Many personalities have praised Daniel Levy
A loyal friend of Daniel Levy, Pascal Obispo took a little longer to describe his grief. It certainly weighs the weight of his words. “A man is gone, a voice, a brother. No matter how hard I search for words, I don’t find anything good enough. It was great, it was good, we’ve been”. All evening – which logically would go on all weekend -, Almost all French characters described their pain.
Like Amal Bint: “A moving thought for the Daniel Levy family. I wish you much courage in this ordeal. Daniel had one of the most beautiful voices in France With his groove, warm timbre, music, pace and passion, this hipster has built a wonderful bridge between French variety and soul/rnb. I respect this great artist and phenomenal singer who has given so many people the desire to love and sing. Peace be upon you.”