Good singers – the city’s fiery performance tempts netizens

In “Good Singers” it is not necessarily the “real” singers who make the best moments. Medina is an excellent example! (TF1 screenshot)

On Friday, August 12, “Good Singers” returns to TF1. The musical investigation game, first introduced by Chris Marquez, sees twelve candidates from very different backgrounds and backgrounds. Clothing styles, clues, sounds… The jury, divided into two teams led by Soprano and Shem, must distinguish the good singers from the “false” among the candidates, all anonymous, all in several rounds. While some of the nominees wowed guests and the audience with their votes, one nominee celebrated the evening for an entirely different “talent”: her joy of life. Indeed, having failed to sing in tune, the city lit up the stage by resuming, in its own way, “D’amour ou d’attraction” and “Single Ladies”.

She certainly wouldn’t have starred in ‘The Voice’. On Friday evening, the song Good Singers returned to the front page. The musical investigation game, which Gary first personified during the first two seasons, is now presented by Chris Marquez, the legendary juror on “Dancing with the Stars”. A major challenge for the choreographer who for the first time finds himself in charge of hosting a primetime show on TF1. Chris Marques is apparently very involved, seemingly unanimous on Twitter, even if some tweeters are nostalgic for Gary’s dynamic and madness… Tonight, Dennitsa Economova, Florent Beer, and Soprano are collaborating on “Les Petits Princes” while Amandine Petit, Jean-Luc Lemoine And Xi play for the Princess Margot association. The six guests, assembled together in a grand jury, must guess which of the twelve candidates (all unknown) are good singers or “bad” singers.

Video – Discover the minute Chris Marquez

“Congratulations to the candidates who mocked themselves!”

All of these candidates have very different profiles, backgrounds, and styles. But to help the jury investigate, Chris Marquez scattered clues around the participants throughout the evening and many events, such as the playoff, Chinese shadows or secret conversation, allowed viewers to make their decision. And if some voices really combined, like those of Sarah and Michael, then one show surprised the jury as well as viewers for a completely different reason: it’s about Medina. The young woman, whose proof was “I have an experience in rap that didn’t convince me,” quickly annoyed the jury. Soprano is sure: she is a real singer. In fact, Medina does not know how to sing (at all). But it doesn’t matter: Despite her performance in Inaudible Limits, the candidate literally deceived the jury before setting the stage on fire by capturing Celine Dion’s “Love or Friendship” and then “Single Ladies,” BeyoncĂ©’s massive hit. Sarcasm certainly doesn’t kill. This is good.

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