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On route to the semi-finals

On route to the semi-finals

For the second quarter-final of "The Voice" on Sunday, from 19:30 at the TVA Network, the twelve competing candidates have the opportunity to sing alongside Mika, who is also one of four coaches to "The Voice" in France .

The international star will open the evening with a medley of four of his greatest successes, surrounded candidates who will then sing to possibly have the opportunity to earn their place in the semifinals.

For the team of Ariane Moffatt, we will find Soran Dussaigne Elie Haroun and Noémie Lorzema. Follow Stéphanie St-Jean, Marielle Varin and Sabrina Bellemare team of Pierre Lapointe.

Genevieve Leclerc, Mary-Pier Guilbault and Jonny Arseneault defend their talent for the team of Marc Dupré, before Travis Cormier, Alexander Brown and Marie-Eve Lapierre - all under the wing Eric Lapointe is trying to impose.

"The choice of music this Sunday program promises, as always, very eclectic, revealed Stéphane Laporte, associate producer. We will hear parts of Aretha Franklin in Sofia Nolin, which covers a large part of musical creation in recent decades. There will also be a lot of rock in the evening with our three rockers Travis, Jonny and Alexander. "

The coach of each team will distribute 100 points in his possession, as desired, between three candidates. These points will be added to the percentage of public votes to determine which advancing to the semifinals.

"As the public votes are expressed in percentage, the coaches have 100 points in their hands, explained associate producer. The weight of the coach and the public is therefore equal. There are not stronger than the other. Recall that last year, Isabelle Boulay was awarded only 20 points Angelike Falbo, and she was still passed in the semifinals. The public chose him and decided she had to continue his adventure. "

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