It was indeed the end clap for season 11 of The Voice last Saturday on the TF1 channel. Indeed, after several weeks of competition, viewers would finally know who was going to take first place after Marghe, the very last winner of the singing competition.
The Voice : a final full of emotions!
There were only five candidates left for the final of The Voice. Indeed, a singing lover for each of the teams of the five coaches, including Nolwenn Leroy in addition. The talents had to perform the song Be up to it by Emmanuel Moire, which sums up the situation well! This moment in the TF1 show was particularly moving, especially when Nolwenn Leroy, Vianney, Florent Pagny, Amel Bent and Marc Lavoine came on stage to join them.
The big winner of this edition is the youngest of the show, Nour. As a reminder, the young girl injured her vocal cords during her performance in the semi-final. Thus, she had to heal and rest in order to preserve her most important organ to exercise her passion. It was even Florent Pagny who forced him to stop the machine immediately. Indeed, he pays attention to his little protegee! So the 16-year-old didn’t sing for a week and she was afraid she wouldn’t regain her live ability: “I’m too scared to lose my voice live, it would be the worst thing that could happen”she confessed to the teams of The Voice.
The presence of Florent Pagny, pugnacious and combative, on the set of #TheVoice is a magnificent lesson in life and a sign of hope for all those who suffer, and who will recognize themselves in him. pic.twitter.com/cRLSvnN7y2
— Rafik Smati (@RafikSmati) May 14, 2022
Nour, the big winner of The Voice
When going on stage to sing, Nour was a little worried… Especially since she had to perform a monument of song, namely Shallow of Lady Gaga, from the movie A star is born. But, as often, the magic of the live outweighs the stress or the rest. Nour let herself be transported by the music and she was at the end of her performance. At the last note, the entire audience stood up to salute his performance, whether it was the public or the members of the jury. Nour was completely devastated and in tears she let herself be crossed. In any case, Florent Pagny always has good intuitions in The Voice. Indeed, it is often his talents that win the final. Azucena’s husband confessed to being “impressed” because “nature” offered to Nour.
All for the music
Since the live bonuses, Florent Pagny appears thinner, tired, shaved, but he does not lose his good humor, his optimism and his passion for singing. Indeed, despite his lung cancer and his chemotherapy, he did not hesitate to continue the adventure of The Voice and get on stage. The sixty-year-old artist really wanted to close this eleventh edition, especially since he’s really going to take a break afterwards. After the show, he will go through his very last chemotherapy. “After The Voice, I continue with my last chemotherapy, and after that, it’s over! I’m going to fix myself, enjoy life, my loved ones close to nature and it’s a chance. I will check regularly during these six months of break. Then I’ll be back.” explains the coach.
The tumor has shrunk!
Florent Pagny tolerated chemotherapy very well. Indeed, given his young age, the doctors went all out and gave him very heavy treatment. He did the hard part and it’s almost over. “I’m coming out of the tunnel. I passed the pure chemo, the one that fights, accompanied by rays: heartache for twelve days, it’s no longer a joke! You know, the seasickness you get after you’ve been on dry land for a week. The first two, they were easier combining chemo and immunotherapy. I reacted so well that we sped up with radiation and tougher chemo. The latest news I have from inside, if I can put it that way, is that the tumor has shrunk, the size of a good kiwi, I went to a hazelnut after two chemos”.
🎤 Nour, the youngest winner of “The Voice”, confides in the day after her victory.
🗣️ “It was a crazy, extraordinary experience. Florent Pagny was like a dad to me. I will never forget all the advice he gave me”https://t.co/UCFTSvuilN
– The Parisian (@le_Parisian) May 22, 2022