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2024 Olympics: the stamp of Aya Nakamura and Céline Dion is driving Internet users crazy

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun6,2024

According to the rumor, it is Céline Dion who should be present alongside ;summers of Aya Nakamura during the opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. The stamp of the two singers has also leaked, and Internet users are stunned.

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aya nakamura and celine dion at the 2024 Paris Olympics

The Paris 2024 Olympic Games are being awaited with a lot of skepticism. The organization seems catastrophic, the thefts of confidential data have multiplied, and the controversies continue. When we learned that Emmanuel Macron intended to ask Aya Nakamura to represent France by singing during the opening ceremony, Internet users were delighted. divided.several public figures also took up the matter, and the comedian Wally Dia notably defended the singer in a rather virulent manner.< /p>

In addition to Aya Nakamura, Celine Dion could also offer us one of her performances during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, according to the current rumor. The name of the famous Quebec singer already seems to be less controversial on social networks. At least, that was the case before we learned how much she should receive.

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2.7 million euros: that’s it! the total cost of the fees that Aya Nakamura and Céline Dion should receive, chosen by Emmanuel Macron to perform during the opening ceremony of the 2024 Olympics, according to The Chained Duck. If it is the State which will pay this sum,the money itself comes directly… from the French taxpayer.Us, therefore. And there, this does not go over with thousands of angry Internet users.

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Ondoes not pass, when we know that the two women will only put on the show for a few minutes. In addition, Internet users point out that people are sleeping in the street, are in a precarious situation, or are not eating properly. their hunger, and believe that it is worth their while. them that this money should come back. When we know thatthe opening ceremony would cost $100,000. it alone more than 160 million euros, çit stings. Here are some reactions shared to this question. hot on X, ex-Twitter.

We laughed and laughed, until we finally got there. what we realize is that we prefer to fuck 2.7 million into this bullshit rather than our health system

June 5, 2024

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2 million for C&eac;line Dion who is not even Franç easy. Lesser known but more talented artists would have done it for free, it's a shame.

June 5, 2024

We're going to pay for ça

June 5, 2024

With ça we can feed 90,000 homeless people per week or give 100 euros to 27,000 students in precarious situations or rehouse 3,000 women victims of domestic violence for 1 month!!

June 5, 2024

< p dir="ltr" lang="fr">Euros that should have been go to hospitals in France!!!

June 5, 2024

Seen the advertisement; global impact that this opportunity offers. for singers, the price of the services is incredible.
But when we have spent 10 billion, we are no longer at Nearly 2.7 million.
Especially with the money of the jokers that unfortunately always are…

June 5, 2024

The Olympics:
2 million euros; for a song by Céline Dion, €700,000; for Aya Nakamura.

Also the Olympics:
“We are looking for emergency doctors for the Olympics, but volunteers”

But ç When will this madness stop?!?
They at least realize this contempt for people?!?

June 6, 2024

Was it not available and cheaper?

June 5, 2024

Despite; Lives reactions, remember that the presence of Céline Dion has not yet been confirmed. confirmed, and that the fees of the Canadian singer and Aya Nakamura were not confirmed. made official.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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