On Saturday October 22, Julien Clerc was invited on the set of the star Academy. After singing a medley of his greatest hits, the artist shared a duet with Paola. Alas, Leave me a placeone of his cult songs, was not really suitable to the range of the young woman. The performance of the latter has also been strongly criticized on social networks. This Monday, October 24, Nicolas Sarkozy’s friend confided in The Big Heads that the apprentice singer had been disadvantaged.

A “man’s song” for a performer “in the cellar”

Faced with Laurent Ruquier, Julien Clerc explained that the production had done “a dirty trick” to Paula. According to him, the young woman “singed very well”, “sung very in tune”, but not in her key. The septuagenarian confided that the student was “a little in the cellar” because of this cover of “man’s song”. “Too low for her”, Leave me a place unfortunately would not have brought luck to the candidate.

Julien Clerc @Instagram

The interpreter of Melissa then confessed to having had a big crush on Anisha and Louis, two young people whom he finds brilliant and full of future.

Accused of singing out of tune

During his passage through the star AcademyJulien Clerc was not unanimous to viewers. On Twitter, many people went wild. Unconvinced by the performance of the artist, Internet users have suggested that he “singed out of tune”. Some have even admitted that the artist had “aged vocally” and that he had to “think about retirement”.

The singer is currently on tour with his album titled Happy Days. In this opus, Vanille’s dad covers the songs that have always inspired him. From Brel to Barbara via Bécaud or Ferré, these cult titles are reinterpreted in their own way. No offense to his detractors, the artist is not about to stop.

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