Celine Dion was saddened on Saturday to learn of the death of interviewer Larry King, whom she had met several times on her famous CNN show.
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It was on this set, in 2005, that the Quebec singer had caused a sensation – the images have also gone around the world – when she told the host, about Hurricane Katrina which had sown the devastation in New Orleans, those famous sayings “take a kayak”.
It was her way of inviting the authorities to help people in distress. Several had taken refuge on roofs after a dike broke.
She had also scratched the administration of President George W. Bush for its slowness to react, not hiding her anger or her tears in front of Larry King.
Celine Dion had donated a sum of $ 1 million to support the victims of New Orleans.
I’m sad to learn about Larry King’s passing. He was such a kind gentleman, and he made all of us feel as though we were speaking with a lifelong friend. There will never be anyone like him, and he will be missed by many . My sincerest condolences to his family & friends. Celine xx… pic.twitter.com/NBw0hpCDoj
– Celine Dion (@celinedion) January 23, 2021
“I am so sad to learn of the death of Larry King, writes Celine Dion on her social networks. He was a true gentleman and he always made us feel like we were talking with a lifelong friend. There will never be anyone like him and he will be sadly missed. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. – Céline xx … “
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