“Revolution”: Gabriel gets revenge for last season

Gabrielle Bouchard, who was eliminated last season in a face-off against her friend Angelique, quickly learned she wanted to be back in action. revolution.

Her number, Sunday evening, prompted Jean-Marc Genreux to call her an underrated talent.

“It’s important that I come back,” she analyzed. I wanted to finish this chapter once and for all and go further than last year. »

This season, she decided to dance her numbers herself and didn’t want to hire a coach to help her in the process. “I took a lot of inspiration from what I saw in the past. I worked to improve and surpass myself, but I was in a certain state of neglect. I didn’t want to lose my personality. Authenticity and vulnerability, that’s who I am and I express it through my dance. »

Still maintaining a friendship with Angélyk, who served as an outside perspective for this first issue, Gabrielle is touched by the Masters’ comments. “I think they realized that I can do a lot more than what they saw last year. I’ve grown, I’m more mature, and I have a lot of experience. »

After revolution, Gabriel Bouchard has another dream, and that is to join the Ballet Jazz Montreal troupe. Now she knows that nothing is impossible.

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