Finally, José José's funerals were held in Mexico; where his older children, José Joel and Marysol Sosa, were in charge. Also present was his mother and the singer's second wife, Anel Noreña, who despite the separation always openly declared that the only and great love of his life was the Prince of Song; perhaps for this reason, he could not bear the moment when he was buried and suffered a strong collapse that caused the support of the paramedics there.
"My love, but I don't feel well," Noreña explained to the media with tears in her eyes. "I've never seen the earth thrown [into the coffin]. Sorry. It feels ugly; it feels ugly.”
The former model had to be supported by paramedics and security elements to remove her from the French Pantheon, where the remains of the interpreter of "The Ship of Oblivion" now lie; even an ambulance had to arrive to take her out of the place and give her the corresponding care.
"There I go, there I go," he mentioned as he left the place.
Marysol was in charge of explaining what had happened to her mother and why she should have received medical support; but she assured that she was already recovering from that brief collapse.
"Everything is fine. Apparently she was hit in her knee by the pushing,”Sosa explained to the media. “Everything is in order. Maybe she was short of breath because she was pushed a lot. It's what she told me."
Anel Noreña said goodbye to José José also with a photograph of the day they were married.
Wait for me in heaven, heart. That you have taken my heart”, wrote Noreña to accompany the image that he released on his Instagram account. "You will always be my greatest love. Beyond eternity".