Sophie Grenier won the “La Voix” final

Sophie Grenier won Sunday evening’s “La Voix” ninth season finale. Her rendition of “Let’s talk about love / Because you’re leaving” allowed her to collect 42% of the public’s vote, which made her coach, Mario Belzat, even cry.

“I don’t know,” she said in an interview with QMI, seconds after being crowned. “I’m still the girl who passed the pre-audition. It’s a dream for me because I want to live from music. It’s crazy to win “La Voix” and make an album. Tonight I’m confident. I was, because this is the last live, I want to give it my all, and share moments with the guest artists and live in the present moment.


After a group opening number, bringing together the coaches and the four candidates to sing “A Toy” by Joe Dacin, the final stage of the competition began.

For Marjo’s team, Christopher Therrien chose “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” from the group Aerosmith on the “La Voix” stage of his last tour. A song he had already chosen from the beginning of his adventure on the show. “It was always the right thought, the emotion, the voice… it was hard. It’s called singing,” commented Mario Belzat. “I’m just as cracked as you are,” continued Marjo, as she finally resumed her training chair. “You’re in perfect control, you belong!”

Adam El Mouna represented Marc Duprey’s team with dignity in a superbly relaxed, yet intense rendition of Jacques Brel’s classic “Ne Me Quit Pass.” “One word that sums up Adam from the start is bravery, Corneli said. You take every opportunity to be on that stage to try something you’ve never done before. You have great intelligence.” His coach also thanked his candidate. “What an adventure we’ve lived together,” Mark Dupre began. During this season, I met a special and unique young man, and you don’t realize the talent you have.

Franco-Ontarian Sophie Grenier performed an original selection of Celine Dion’s English song “Let’s Talk About Love” with its French version, “Beausque du Parse,” with a children’s choir. “From day one to today, you express emotions and we get to know you. You are unique,” ​​expressed Mark Dupre.

“You made me cry again tonight,” said Mario Belchat. You are impressive and in full control of your voice. You are strong and you have a unique voice. I’m proud of you.”

For Team Corneille, Jay took the song “La Vi ti Nèg” from Quebec rap pioneer Muzion’s group, “La Voix” creating a crazy atmosphere on stage.

Marjo gets up from her chair to congratulate Jay after his performance. “Jay, your journey was very courageous, explained Cornell. As an artist, you never gave up. It’s a great victory for Haiti, a great victory for Quebec, that you’re here tonight.”

Generous guests

Montreal duo Banx & Ranx, supported by Rêve and Preston Bablo, set the mood in the studio with their frenetic titles “Flowers Need Rain” or the hit “1+1”.

Singer Louann, a finalist on “The Voice” and former coach of “The Voice Kids” in France, performed “Secret,” a song she wrote for her granddaughter, accompanying herself on the piano. Jossien, the winner of the last edition of “La Voix”, joined her to sing “If I Were”, a song she recorded during her blind audition. A wonderful and touching number that ended with the arrival of the four finalists.

Lune was added to the Francofolis guest list on 14 June.

A beautiful heiress

Due to health restrictions caused by Covid-19, he was unable to take advantage of Josiah’s presence during his coronation. The singer, who signed a deal with a French record label, performed her new single “Lose It All,” which she released last Friday.

If the queen of Quebec rock is in one of the coach’s chairs, the next generation of female rock has delivered a hard-hitting number. Lou-Adrienne Cassidy, who was revealed to “La Voix” in 2016, opens the number with “I still hope that the waiting stops somewhere,” followed by the electric Ariane Roy’s rendition of “You Wanted to Talk.” Les Shirley’s group closed this energetic piece with “It’s Time.”

Frances d’Amore made a surprise appearance for the song “J’lâche pas,” a nice welcome to her friend Marjo.

Great visit

After Jonathan Roy’s dynamic number, Ginette Reno walked the stage at “La Voix” along with the four finalists to perform her amazing new song “Plus Grand”.

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