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The Voice: Stephanie St-Jean smashes record

The Voice: Stephanie St-Jean smashes record


With 93% of public votes, Stéphanie St-John broke the record for the biggest percentage of the four seasons of "The Voice", in the last quarter-final on Sunday night.


The popularity of Travis Cormier has also broken new ground when he collected 84% of the public votes.

Stephanie St. John had earlier demonstrated how much fun it can have on stage, singing with great energy, "Ho! Happy Day ", accompanied by a choir. A beautiful number that has obviously captured the hearts of the public.

Marielle Varin had opened the competition for the team of Pierre Lapointe with a song Nolin Safia, "Igloo". Sabrina Bellemare had continued with an original version of "If you still love me", very different from that of Celine.

For the team of Eric Lapointe, Travis Cormier could feel public support crying during his performance on the song "Elsewhere" Marjo. Young has an impressive charisma that has already conquered many.

Alexander Brow had defended its place with classic rock of Quebec, "Chu un rocker" Offenbach. Marie-Eve Lapierre was also very convincing in its interpretation of "Respect" by Aretha Franklin. But it was difficult for the two candidates to fight against the popularity of Travis.

The team of Ariane Moffatt opened hostilities with Dussaigne Soran, who strangely chose to take "She told me," a song by Mika main guest in a very personal version of the reggae-jazz influences. With "Stay With Me," Elie Haroun, with her strange makeup on eyes, was able to demonstrate the extent of his vocal range. Unknowingly, a few minutes earlier, Mika had said that candidates sang fabulously a song by Sam Smith, not knowing who he was.

With the song "If God exists," Claude Dubois Noémie Lorzema was the surprise. This song seems to have brought luck, because with 34 points of his coach and 51% of public votes, it accesses the semifinals.

To win a place in the semifinals of the team of Marc Dupré, Genevieve Leclerc sang "Love Story" (song she sings on the album "Voices") with power and strength impressive. This is also a love story that seems to begin between Genevieve and the public that voted 47% for it.

Jonny Arsenault has returned to its roots blues to sing "A Put a Spell on You" with energy, but not always accurately. With the avowed hope to meet the man of her life, Mary-Pier Guilbault defended himself by singing "Hymn to Love" by Piaf, with aplomb.

Next week, there will be cross semifinals. Coaches will oppose their candidates to those of other teams. And only the audience will decide the four who will advance to the final. Marie-Mai will be the chief guest.

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