July 3, 2022

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“Canada’s Got Talent” Champion: Genic Fourner’s Life Changes

"Canada's Got Talent" Champion: Genic Fourner's Life Changes

She celebrates her success with champagne, continues her interviews and sings in Las Vegas: for her great pleasure, the life of Genius Fornier has certainly changed thanks to his coronation. Canada Got Talent.

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The singer escaped from Sagune by answering the call “This is insane” LogWednesday, the day after his victory.

From left to right are Justices Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel and Lily Singh, winner Jeanick Fournier and her son Johan, Judge Trish Stratus, host Lindsay L and Judge Cardinal Offshal.

Photo courtesy Jag Shave / Canada Got Talent

From left to right are Justices Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel and Lily Singh, winner Jeanick Fournier and her son Johan, Judge Trish Stratus, host Lindsay L and Judge Cardinal Offshal.

Since she was gone from the set Canada Got Talent In Champion, on Tuesday evening, the 49-year-old commentator (she turns 50 on Friday) is eligible for stellar treatment.

She first celebrated with her loved ones from Tuesday to Wednesday night. “I took three glasses of champagne and a slice of pizza and went to bed at 1am. At 5 o’clock in the morning, I woke up and everyone was upset.

Photo courtesy Jag Shave / Canada Got Talent

Good thing she woke up this morning, she had a list of interviews she had to do with Quebec and Canadian media, including CBC. Toronto Star And ET Canada.

“I do not know Flabergusty. I’m thankful 1000 times and for every minute I’m thankful, ”said Jeanic Fornier, who has received dozens of congratulatory messages from the public, including another well-known singer in his area, Mario Pelchat.

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Finally some money

In addition to being invited to sing at a showAmerica’s Got Talent On a yet-to-be-determined date, in Las Vegas, Genick Fournier’s success came with a $ 150,000 scholarship that will allow the singer to lead a better life for his two children with Down Syndrome.

“I’m not going to break my head financially anymore, I’ll be able to move from my little 4 and a half to a cooperative in Chikoutimi and provide a room for each of my children,” said one person who referred to the project to settle in Quebec. Or Montreal.

Genic Fournier also wants to go on stage as often as possible and she dreams of recording an album.

At Niagara Falls, where the show aired, the winner shared her joy with her loved ones on Wednesday, including her sister Johann Boudrolt, her spouse, Michelle Cote, her friend Kathy Fortin and her son Johan.

Photo courtesy, Genetic Forney

At Niagara Falls, where the show aired, the winner shared her joy with her loved ones on Wednesday, including her sister Johann Boudrolt, her spouse, Michelle Cote, her friend Kathy Fortin and her son Johan.

Fill his heart

By giving her full time to sing, she believes she does not have time to work as a beneficiary in a palliative care home.

“I always dress up as my attendant and occasionally knock on doors. I loved it. It gives as much feed as it can on stage. It’s another way to fill my heart, ”she said.

What is missing in his fairy tale? Meeting with his idol Celine Dion. “I want to spend some time with her without the cameras,” she told QUB in an interview with Sophie Durocher.

Will the message reach Las Vegas?

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