New look for Diam's for a new interview on TF1

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This Sunday 26 June 2022, Audrey Crespo-Mara will have the opportunity to interview Diam’s for “Le Portrait de the Week” from “Seven to Eight” on TF1.

Diam’s is back! The 17 last May, the former rap star made the Croisette vibrate thanks to his documentary “Salam” produced by BrutX and unveiled during the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. After 10 years of absence, the interpreter of the title “Nocturnal Confessions” has made the decision to return to the front of the stage. His goal through this project written and produced with Houda Benyamina and Anne Cissé? « Going back in my footsteps and making the viewer travel with me. Dive back into my memories and bring them back to life with my pen and the camera. To find my memory in the places that marked me, to find the people who brought me so much and who helped me to build myself… »

“The Portrait of the Week”

A few weeks after the Cannes Film Festival, “Salam” is now shown in dark rooms. And according to information shared by Mélanie Georgiades, the documentary should soon invade streaming platforms. Good news for his fans. In full promotion of his latest project, the acolyte of Vitaa recently gave a TV interview. “The first for 7 years” , according to Audrey Crespo-Mara who had the chance to meet the artist for “Le Portrait de la Semaine” from “Seven to eight”. A program that will be broadcast this Sunday 14 June to 10h30 on TF1.

For Diam’s this will be an opportunity to confide in his new life away from the “star system”. There are 10 years, it is already in front of the cameras of TF1 that the mother of Maryam, Abraham and Luqman appeared veiled for the first time. At the time, she had explained to Thierry Demaizière that she intended to draw a line under her musical career. Three years after this interview, she chose, again, to trust the first channel in order to talk about her book “Mélanie, French and Muslim”. An interview during which she was able to return to the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

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