Alizée: her daughter takes over the hit “Moi… Lolita”, 23 years later

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Annily, Alizée’s 18-year-old daughter, has just shared a new video which has already had more than 2 million views on TikTok. We see her dancing to her mother’s unforgettable hit, “Moi…Lolita”.

More than two decades later, it’s impossible to forget him. “Moi… Lolita” remains and will remain a hit anchored in the pop culture of the 2000s. Nestled in Corsica, its interpreter, Alizée, is today living happy days alongside the dancer Grégoire Lyonnet with whom she runs a dance school. dance in Ajaccio. The one we knew as Mylène Farmer’s little protégé is today an accomplished woman and mother of two daughters: Maggy, whose father is Grégoire Lyonnet, and Annily, born from a former relationship with Jérémy Chatelain, candidate of the Star Academy (season 2).

Although Maggy is still a little girl, her big sister has the maturity to be on social networks. This weekend, Annily shared a video on TikTok in which she has fun imitating her mother during a television show where she sings “Me… Lolita”. From hairstyle to shoes, Alizée’s eldest did not skimp on the details of her performance.

Followed by 80,000 subscribers on Instagram and more than 47,000 on TikTok, Annily regularly shares videos of her daily life, where she portrays her life and affirms her passion for makeup. If Alizée feels good where she is, far from the spotlight, it is not impossible that her daughter will one day take the spotlight too.


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