"But what am I doing here?"
Camélione wonders before launching herself.
"You're going to sing, you wanted to, right?
You are happy, I hope, ”replied amused Bruno Berberes, the cast of“ The Voice ”.
This is the dreaded moment.
And the first highlight of this fourth evening of blind auditions, broadcast this Saturday on TF1, thanks to this young girl, just 20 years old ... Far, very far from the performance last week by rapper The Vivi, that had shaken the program.
And the controversy that followed, and which excluded him from the competition.
An episode widely commented on but on which the production did not wish to return in this new show.
So make way for Camélione, particularly stressed.
"I had never done something so big before", assures the young lady before sitting down at the piano on the stage.
She catches her breath and delivers a very classic version of the title “l'Effet de masse” by Maëlle, former winner of the Une telecrochet.
At the last second of the song, Florent Pagny and Vianney turn around… while Amel Bent presses the buzzer too late.
"The Song of the Partisans" of an ex from the street
“The message of this song touches me particularly because I lived the harassment younger, even if today all is well in my life.
I find it important to talk about it, ”explains the candidate to Vianney, who replies:“ You have your place in
”Confidence, the sweet budding singer launches out… and offers to join her on stage.
Astonished at first, Vianney complies with a "Oh yeah, really great!
»Camélione then begins« the Girls of today », a duet that Vianney had recorded with Joyce Jonathan.
A moment suspended under the tender gaze of the other coaches.
By his committed choice, Luc Laversanne seduced Marc Lavoine.
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A few seconds later, it's Marc Lavoine who lets himself be overwhelmed by emotion thanks to Luc Laversanne.
Born in Cantal, Lozère, this professional trombonist has been passionate about music since he was little.
“I lived a normal childhood, but at the age of 19, I had a lot of trouble living my homosexuality in my family, says Luc, his throat still tied.
That's what blew up my bubble.
I had to leave home and lived on the streets for eight years.
Now I'm smiling all the time.
Once on the huge stage, he has not yet finished the first verse of the "Partisan Song" that Marc Lavoine turns around, tears in his eyes.
Just like Luc, carried by this hymn of the Resistance.
Even before wiping his eyes, the voice quavering, once the title is over.
“I turned around right away because I love this song, because behind the big story, there are little stories and it is the men who interest me,” then confides Marc Lavoine.
I am very happy with your choice because we need to get involved, culture, literature, music, paintings are not decorative objects.
Thanks to this, we understand where we come from or we are going to go.
Luc Laversanne is off to a good start.