She is one of the favorites of the star Academy, after only 3 weeks of competition. And Anisha, who has already won the best grades in her class, can hope to go far, thanks to her talent, of course, but also thanks to her cracks. In an interview with Closera musician friend whom she considers her “heart big brother” tells the painful past of this budding artist.

“In the portrait of TF1, it is minimized

About his difficult childhood in Madagascar, he explains “It’s something personal. She had a fairly complicated childhood and, in the portrait of TF1, it is minimized. She will talk about it herself if she wishes. In short, it was not very beautiful“. He recognizes that the difficulty was linked to his family and to a context of poverty, without saying more…

Memories which must be painful but which have not completely cut him off from his roots, since his arrival in France. Reda says that her friend often returns to Madagascar and that “currently, she lives with her aunt who is Malagasy“.

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And if she entered the competition singing brilliantly “I am sick“, is that her past feeds well on her art. But Reda insists on the fact that she is not only melancholy. He testifies: “She is also full of energy. The show must go on is one of his favorite songs. It’s a title where Freddie Mercury, aware of his imminent death, sings that inside his heart is broken, but that he keeps smiling, and that the show must go on. It’s something that speaks to Anisha a lot.“.

Anisha “is quite lonely

On the social side, Reda also admits that Anisha “is quite solitary and does not necessarily recognize himself in people of his age”but that “She seems to have acclimatized the castle, where the other candidates are “benevolent” rejoices her friend who follows her on television.



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