Elton John spat on the dress code at the Cannes movie show - photos

Elton John spat on the dress code at the Cannes movie show - photos

Instead of a compulsory tuxedo, Elton John arrived in Cannes on Thursday night for a presentation of his biography, Rocketman, in a jacket decorated with silver rhinestones and a heart-shaped sunglasses, and was screened outside the festival.

According to the creators, the biography is "as fair as possible", which focuses on the eccentric superstar and the fight against AIDS, which are accumulating world successes.

However, the struggling singer did not climb the red carpet, but walked into the back door and greeted his fans and photographers with a smile from the top of the stairs.

Elton John's jacket was spelled out with silver rhinestones, the title of the film was Rocketman, and a huge, embroidered red rocket adorned the top of the suit. & Nbsp; .

Rather than a mix of musical and biography, Rocketman follows the transformation through Elton John's most beloved songs, from the shy pianist prodigy Reginald Kenneth Dwight to the superstar Elton Hercules John.

Jamie Bell co-writes Bernie Taupin, Richard Madden plays Elton's first manager, John Reid, and Bryce Dallas Howard embodies Elton's mother, Sheila Farebrother. & Nbsp; Elton John and Bernie Taupin produced their first world-renowned album in 1970, was your song, and was followed by nine more records until 1976, including classics like Rocketman, Crocodile rock, Bennie and the Jets and Don't go breaking my heart. After a short break, the pair worked together again in 1980 and continued to release world-renowned songs.

The turning point in his life and career was the turning point in his 1990 encounter with a young AIDS patient who was escorted to his death. And after the death of her friend Freddie Mercury, the Queen's singer, she founded the Anti-AIDS Foundation. & Nbsp; Her physical rebirth included a musical resurrection, selling more than 300 million albums worldwide, giving 3,500 concerts and receiving dozens of awards.