Michel Berger: Béatrice Grimm’s bloodthirsty, the singer’s last true love

In an exclusive interview with Paris Match, cinematographer Yves Bigot talks about his last conversation with Béatrice Grimm, the singer’s last true love.

He was one of the French singers’ favorite singers and formed together with France Gall, a leading pair. Michel Berger, however, had an extramarital affair with Béatrice Grimm. Yves Bigot, cinema, returned to the story of this woman in a new version of his book. He gave an exclusive interview to our colleagues from Paris Match, where he delivers the last conversation he had with the singer’s last true love. In fact, while Michel Berger and France Gall died, she will write a book and tell about her relationship with the artist.

But at the last minute, she wants to turn around. Take effect, “Yves Bigot receives a letter from English lawyers. Béatrice Grimm puts an end to their collaboration. The manuscript in her possession, not completely finished, must be deleted, crushed”, we can read in the article of Paris Match. An unexpected decision for the cinema : “I had no explanation for her heartbeat. She was very clear, very virulent about her decision at first, and then stopped responding to my text messages”, explains the author, who also returned to the meeting between Béatrice Grimm and Michel Berger.

Yves Bigot: “It was a secret relationship”

While the singer is in a relationship with France Gall, he is going to the United States to find singers for the English version of starmania. Among them, Béatrice Grimm, who falls madly in love with the singer. For several months, the singer will make multiple trips to California. (…) ‘It was a secret relationship. Few people knew that Michel and Béatrice were having an affair “, trusted Yves Bigot. But everything stops abruptly when the singer dies on August 2, 1992, married to France Gall, who will do anything to exclude him from the funeral.

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Michel Berger and France Gall
Michel Berger, however, had an extramarital affair with Béatrice Grimm.

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Michel Berger and France Gall
Yves Bigot, cinema, returned to the story of this woman in a new version of his book. He gave an exclusive interview to our colleagues from Paris Match, where he delivers the last conversation he had with the singer’s last true love.

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Michael Berger
While Michel Berger and France Gall died, she actually wants to write a book and discuss her relationship with the artist.

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Michael Berger
But at the last minute, she wants to turn around.

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Michael Berger
Yes, “Yves Bigot receives a letter from English lawyers. Béatrice Grimm puts an end to their collaboration. The manuscript in her possession, not completely finished, must be deleted, crushed”, we can read in the article by Paris Match.

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Michel Berger and France Gall
An unexpected decision for the cinema: “I had no explanation for her change of heart. At first she was very clear, very virulent about her decision, then stopped responding to my text messages”, explains the writer, who also returned to the meeting between at Béatrice Grimm and Michel Berger.

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Michael Berger
While the singer is in a relationship with France Gall, he is going to the United States to find singers for the English version of Starmania.

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Michael Berger
Among them Béatrice Grimm, who falls madly in love with the singer.

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Michael Berger
“For several months, the singer will travel multiple times to California.”

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Michael Berger
“It was a secret relationship. Few people knew Michel and Béatrice were having an affair,” Yves Bigot said.

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Michael Berger
But everything stops abruptly when the singer dies on August 2, 1992, married to France Gall, who will do anything to exclude him from the funeral.

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