Véronique Cloutier had problems opening the third episode of her new show “Zénith” because of a sound problem.
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Since the show is broadcast live every Thursday night, such technical glitches are part of the risk. Viewers could see it for minutes.
The whole opening of the host was in silent mode and in the studio there seemed to be no problem with the sound as the sequences went on as if nothing had happened and the excitement was there. .
This is how the four singers invited to seduce the generations on set and at home were presented without us hearing what Véro was saying.
At the time of writing, it has not been possible to receive comment from Radio-Canada or KOTV, which is producing the new music competition.
Luckily the sound was back at the time of the first performance, that of Véronique Claveau (Y), and even before that for the recorded segment where she explained her strategy.
Véronique Cloutier later in the show underscored the audio issue and quickly moved on, because things are going well on “Zénith”.
The other singers were Ludovick Bourgeois (Z), Kim Richardson (Boomers) and Jonas Tomalty (X). It was Kim Richardson who triumphed with an original and very surprising version of “Love is a Rebellious Bird” – Opéra Carmen (Habanera). She even received five points from the public, for a total of 96 points, which allows her to climb to the top among the boomers, ahead of Johanne Blouin and Patsy Gallant. The awesome Kim got her highest score yet.