May 28, 2023

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

Canada's Got Talent Final: "Please, I Want to Go" - Geneic Fournier

“I want all Quebecars. I want to go please. I’m talking about it and I’m crying.

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This is a message from Chikoutimi singer Jenik Fournier, who surprised the judges Canada Got TalentClearly: she definitely wants to take part in the show’s grand finale.

To achieve this, she must gain public support, as the last two seats available to the seven participants in the semi-finals are subject to popular vote.

Voting will continue until 10pm on Wednesday night via the CGT website.

Joined Wednesday afternoon, the day after a show was observed again, but did not let him go straight to the final, caught by Genick Fournier with difficulty.

“I’m tired, I hate waiting for something and there, I’m kind of voting. It is attractive. I have eczema in life and it comes out on my face.

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

“It simply came to our notice then. I’m exploding inside. I burst with love, gratitude, fever.

Out of nowhere, Geneic Fournier surprised everyone, with the CGT judges in the first place, in early April, giving a wonderful interpretation to a song by his idol Celine Dion during his audition.

It was Tuesday night Not enough thenAn excerpt from the movie soundtrack Master the sceneShe tried her hand at the final ticket.

Even if it is not retained, the judges are still more than congratulatory. “I can not believe you do not have a Vegas residence,” said Judge Jason Priestley.

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Genetic Fornier will decide his fate on Thursday afternoon. If it is appreciated, it will immediately file a case against Niagara Falls, from where the final television broadcast will take place.

If she knew in advance what song she was going to sing. “I can not tell you, but it’s a song I know well and I’ve impressed.”

Regardless of the results, her shows on national TV are already ringing her phone. She received several offers for performances throughout Quebec. Album?

“I get a lot of songs,” he said, adding that he was pleased to answer Sagenen’s agreement with the giant Universal Music. Canada Got Talent.

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