January 31, 2023


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Canada's Got Talent Final: "Please, I Want to Go" - Genie Fornier

Canada’s Got Talent Final: “Please, I Want to Go” – Genie Fornier

“I need all the cubes. I’d like to go, please. I’m talking about it, I want to cry.

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News from Chicoutimi singer Jeanick Fournier surprised the judges Canada has talentIt is clear: he wants to take part in the finals of the show.

To achieve this, the last two places subject to popular voting among the seven participants in the semifinals must gain public support.

Voting continues through the CGT website until 10pm on Wednesday night.

Joined Wednesday afternoon, the next day of a show was noticed once again, but it did not allow him to go straight to the finals, and Jenik Fournier was in trouble.

“I’m angry, I hate waiting for something, there, I’m at the mercy of the vote. It’s charming.

Participating in the finals, which will be broadcast live on City-TV on May 17, will be a wonderful gift for the woman who celebrates her 50th birthday on May 20, three days later.

“It’s amazing to get all of this. I explode inside. I explode with love, gratitude, fever.

More compliments

Coming out of nowhere, Genie Fornier surprised everyone by first giving the CGT judges, in early April, a shocking interpretation of a song by her idol Celine Dion during her audition.

Tuesday night is with Never enoughAn excerpt from the soundtrack of the film Master of the sceneShe tried to get a ticket to the final.

Although it has not been retained, the judges are still to be commended. “I can not believe you do not have a Vegas residence,” said guest judge Jason Priestley.

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His song was selected

Genic Fornier will adjust his fate on Thursday afternoon. If it is appreciated, it will immediately put the case on Niagara Falls, from where the final match will be televised.

She already knew what song she was going to sing. “I can not say, but this is a song that I know well and that impresses me.”

Regardless of the outcome, his shows on national television already rang his phone. He has received numerous offers for shows throughout Quebec. An album?

“I get a lot of songs”, I am pleased to respond to the Saguenéenne artist, under contract with the giant Universal Music due to his participation. Canada has talent.

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