They moved viewers from their living room.
The Lefèvre family won the final of “France has an incredible talent” on M 6 thanks to their a cappella singing.
These Versailles Catholics therefore won 100,000 euros at the end of an evening punctuated by the messages delivered by the artists.
At a time when the crisis hit culture hard, their performances resonated in a special way.
“We haven't been able to train a lot because of the Covid.
We are dedicating our number to all the circus troupes that are in the same situation, ”underlined the acrobatic duo Mario and Carlos.
Because the pandemic marked the finale of season 15. A member of the Lefèvre family has tested positive for Covid.
The future winners were therefore forced to start their Christmas carols by video from their living room in front of a tapestry from another age.
“Thank you for presenting yourself from the Louvre,” quipped humorist Sugar Sammy.
This did not prevent Marianne James from being moved by the “little angel” of the siblings.
The family will therefore be able to afford their trip to Mauritius.
The Lefevre family wins season 15 of La France a un Incroyable Talent!
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- M6 (@ M6) December 15, 2020
Throughout the evening, the jury's comments reflected the crisis.
When the energetic “Sancho” began their choreography, Sugar Sammy said, “You are a vaccine against gloom!
But Covid or not, the spectacular was there.
After dropping the shirt, the Messoudi Brothers set fire to their acrobatics.
"You go there without preliminary, exhilarated Marianne James.
Out of my sight… Go!
“It's one of the most beautiful things I've seen since doing the show!
It was without counting on the surprise planned by Karine Le Marchand.
Their father joined them on stage.
“When we were little, he carried us,” said one of the brothers under the tender gaze of the jury who did not see their “bonus” number coming.
The 56-year-old father started lifting… his sons!
What disturb Eric Antoine.
"I never thought I would cry seeing three hairy guys but it's one of the most beautiful things I've seen since doing the show!"
Then, the talented Luan, visually impaired from birth, made them shiver with her cover of "Natural Woman" by Aretha Franklin.
His vocalizations released such emotion that tears shone in the eyes of Hélène Ségara.
“I'm a singer but when I hear you, I don't know if I am.
You have a characteristic that I have seen in the greatest: humility, ”she said.
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Moved, Luan sent a poignant message to his mother.
“When she found out that I had a disability - because I have a hell of a vision problem anyway - she introduced me to music.
She said to herself,
I'm going to put some music in this child's life so that she knows she's not alone
Since then, I have forgotten the handicap and life is a gift ”, launched the young woman, like a real existential lesson.
No final without dancing.
The troupe of the "Lemonade dance company", which had already moved with its choreography inspired by the Black Panthers movement, this time stirred spirits with a performance in tribute to women.
The thirty-six dancers intertwined with poetry on “Mesdames” by Grand Corps Malade.
“It looked like a painting,” exclaimed Hélène Ségara.
"France has an incredible talent": the underside of a final like no other
But some numbers left the jury unsatisfied.
Bboy Haiper, the Kabyle orphan, returned to the basics of his art: that of the street, in a sober decor.
"This number should have been that of the semi-final and the one talking about your career that of the final", regretted Marianne James.
Same fate for Lisa Dann, the youngest of the candidates aged 16.
His cover of "On va s'aimer" did not convince.
Then, the "Wonsembe" superbly expressed their notion of freedom dressed as prisoners.
“We have just learned that Eric Zemmour has turned in his grave, joked Marianne James, before adding: I come from the street theater but before that I made the sleeve.
It gives an energy that you will never lose.
"And Sugar Sammy concluded:" Of the three seasons that I have done, it is by far the best final!