Gabriella was hesitant before accepting the offerAmerica Got Talent, But after an audition in front of 10 million televisions that delighted the judges, on Tuesday evening, with NBC, the Quebec artist was happy to try his luck. “It’s a really beautiful moment, it’s unreal. I enjoyed every second.”
She is not alone. After her performance, the four judges congratulated the singer-violinist Holiday Priya, By James Blunt, which stands for him.
“It’s wonderful. The violin is the perfect complement to your beautiful voice,” praised Sofia Vergara.
Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum were also charming with her voice. “You are angels,” Mandel told her.
After pointing out that she was the best in the second part of the song, Simon Cowell voted yes. The other three followed without asking.
This is not surprising. We know Gabriella has been seducing judges ever since she posted her trial on her Instagram page on Monday morningAmerica Got Talent (Eight), But we do not know what they will say to him after his appearance.
Long flirting before this magical moment.
In all three cases, the producersEight Gabriella was invited to audition. It took place in 2018 for the first time in two years after participation Vani. “I’m in France, I’m touring on my second album, I’m with Polydor. I didn’t really get into it, ”she explains.
Eight It came back to charge in early 2020, but the epidemic knocked the project down. Finally last fall, after the third rise, Gabriella decided to go for it.
“I was hesitant for a long time because I never wanted to do such a show again. I told myself I was going to see it as a show, like a show and I said all my life I was wondering what would have happened if I had said no. “
The right song
Once the decision is made, you need to find the right song. Gabriella was already happy Scientist, Of Cold Play, during his blind audition Vani.
For Eight, Says she tried several songs before deciding Holiday Priya.
“I have been singing since I was 14 years old. She has the most touching literature in the world. She makes me cry every time. “
To be fully prepared, she practiced full-time for two months. “Apart from the museums last year, we have not had many concerts since the epidemic began. I had to re-coach myself to get there. I took singing lessons with a private tutor and saw a violinist from the Orchester Symphony de Montreal who lived up to my” two minutes “expectations.”