This Saturday, October 29, 2022, fans of the star Academy had an appointment from 9:10 p.m. on TF1 for a new and third bonus. After a launch party during which the 13 students were presented, then a second, marked by the elimination of Amisse, the pressure and the level went up a notch. Four of them found themselves nominated during the week after disappointing evaluations, namely Julien, Ahcène, Stan and Cenzo. And unfortunately, they will be two to leave the adventure at the end of the evening.

While waiting to know the result, the channel had promised an unforgettable moment. For this, viewers were able to count on the presence of confirmed artists Véronique Sanson, Keen’VGims, the electro pop rock group Hyphen Hyphen and Zaz. And after the arrival of Lewis Capaldi, another English star made the trip: Tom Gregory (candidate of The Voice in England).

During the evening, Chris and Paola had the honor of singing with Véronique Sanson. The 73-year-old artist, icon of the song interpreted, accompanied by her piano, the song my reverence. A strong emotional moment that made everyone agree … unlike the exchange that followed after between Nikos Aliagas and her.

While the singer expressed her happiness at having sung with the two young talents, Internet users were taken aback by the way she expressed herself, sometimes searching for her words, hesitating on certain syllables. While this could simply be due to her legendary shyness, many tweeters – already taken aback by the presence of a teleprompter on Véronique Sanson’s piano – wondered if she was not lost. “She has trouble speaking, doesn’t she?“, “Vero she lost her words? Or the head. But she still has the voice“… could we read in particular.

Source: www.purepeople.com

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