Solène Delinger 11:38 am, May 31, 2023Invited in the Canal+ show "En aparté" Tuesday, May 30, 2023, Zaz confided in her career, her dazzling success with her song "Je veux", her family, but also on what she felt during the period of confinement. The singer, very anxious, let herself go to some excesses...
Like many French people, Zaz did not live very well the period of confinement, a particularly "anxiety-provoking" moment. Invited in the show En aparté on Canal + Tuesday, May 30, 2023, the interpreter of I want to confide in her deep malaise at the beginning of the pandemic.
"I was in a moment of excess"
"I caught covid, a bit like many people, it was a little anxiety-provoking in fact, we didn't understand much, we didn't know what was going on, we felt like we were in a Hollywood movie script, it was pretty crazy and suddenly I was not super fit with myself either," she explained to Nathalie Levy. To calm his anxieties, Zaz "smoked a lot of cigarettes" and "drank a lot of wine". The singer admits: she was in a moment of excess. When she caught Covid-19, Zaz was forced to quit smoking because she felt like she was going to "die".
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Zaz became a vegetarian
"I said to myself 'Ok, I have to do something', so I fasted for 3 days and so I only drank water for three days and after that: I stopped drinking, I stopped smoking," she recalled in En aparté. The 43-year-old singer has totally changed her lifestyle. It was also at this time that she decided to become a vegetarian. "I stopped eating animals because I had been thinking for a long time 'I love animals, I don't see why I eat them,'" Zaz told Nathalie Levy, before adding that she no longer drank coffee. The singer has indeed left behind all her addictions...