Canada’s Got Talent final: “Please, I want to go”

Canada’s Got Talent final: “Please, I want to go”

“I need all Quebecers. please, I want to go, I talk about it and I feel like crying.

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The message from Jeanick Fournier, The Chicoutimi singer who wowed the judges of Canada’s Got Talent, is clear: she’s dying to be a part of the show’s grand finale.

In order to do that, she needs to garner public support, as the last two spots available are subject to a referendum among seven entrants in the semi-finals.

Voting lasts until 10 p.m. Wednesday evening via the CGT website.

On Wednesday afternoon he performed again the day after a performance, but this did not allow him to go directly to the final, Jeanick Fournier held on with difficulty.

“I’m pissed, I hate waiting for something and I’m at the mercy of choice. It’s captivating. I have eczema in life and that’s where it comes out on my face.

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

“It’s amazing to get all of this. I’m exploding inside I’m exploding with love, gratitude and fever.”

Jeanick Fournier came out of nowhere and surprised everyone, the CGT judges first and foremost, during his audition in early April by offering a stunning rendition of a song by his idol, Celine Dion.

On Tuesday night she tried to win a ticket for the finale with Never Enough, a track from the soundtrack of the film Master of the Scene.

Even if it wasn’t maintained, the judges were still more than polite. “I can’t believe you’re not a resident of Vegas,” even said guest judge Jason Priestley.

Jeanick Fournier becomes fixated on his fate on Thursday afternoon. If celebrated, it will immediately take the event to Niagara Falls, from where the finale will be televised.

She already knows what song she’s going to sing, if any. “I can’t tell you, but it’s a song I know well and can impress with.”

Regardless of the outcome, her appearances on national television have already had her phone ringing. She received several offers for shows across Quebec. An album?

“I get a lot of songs,” replies the saguenéenne artist, who is signed to giant Universal Music for his participation in Canada’s Got Talent.

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