May 21, 2022

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Two Quebeckers on American TV

Two Quebeckers on American TV

Quebeckers Alexandra Cote, who specializes in dog training, as well as circus artist Melizade Tremble Bouchard on the 16thE SeasonAmerica Got Talent, Airs on NBC in the United States from 1Is June.

Graduated from the Quebec Circus School in Hula Hoop And FLIP Fabric team member, Melissa Tremble-Bouchard recently flew to Los Angeles, performing a number before judges Simon Cowell, Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandela.

Like Alexandra Cote, she was hired a few months ago by the “lead researchers” of the product.

Two women were involved in a rigorous security process due to the epidemic. Melizade Tremble-Bouchard said she had to spend ten days in Los Angeles for two days of filming.

She underwent a week-long blockade and passed two COVID exams. Hula Hoop A minute and a half.

“It was a super exciting and super stressful project,” she said Journal. I underestimated how much it did Show-It’s big. There may be things that come later. I don’t know what to expect, but I know it can open doors. “

Two women were able to cross the U.S. border by air, but things got more complicated for Alexandra Castle of Thetfordois, who had to cross with her dog a two-year-old border collie named Tesla.

Alexandra Cote traveled to California with her dog Tesla for prowess.

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Alexandra Cote traveled to California with her dog Tesla for prowess.

Since it was mandatory to travel in a live plane with an animal, a young woman who had been training a dog for ten years had to take her dog ‘there’ in New York, by land, through a company. Joined him. The two then flew straight to Los Angeles.

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“I hope it brings me clients and people are open to teaching their dog more tricks, that they know anything is possible, Alexandra Cote commented on the implications of his participation. I want to give more performances across Quebec.”

We do not yet know the broadcast date of the two Quebeckers shows.

This is not the first time Quebeckers have been hired for a prestigious television competition. Two teams from the District Mao Dance School in Quebec City reached the quarterfinals in 2015 and 2019. Singer Jonathan Roy as well as the Quebec Dancers’ Quartet, including Alex Franకోois Revolution, Has already been involved in the trialsEight.