Mika lives a love story with Quebec that is not ready to finish, as he proved Sunday night during his participation in the Sunday issue of "The Voice."
Mika said he was very happy to have perform with the twelve candidates in competition, even if the first rehearsal was more difficult. "They were a little closed, but I tried to put them at ease, he said in an interview. By finding the rehearsal this afternoon, it was a completely different group of talents. They were comfortable, generous and funny. Come from far enough away to a show and be welcomed so generously, it is really fun. "
As a coach, the singer is already sensitive to young talents, as has at least a Quebec singer Tamara Weber-Fillion, in the game "The Voice", France.
"In Quebec, there is a very musical culture, with a varied DNA that gives different kinds of vocal cords. It is a culture that appreciates music and why the song is put forward. This is something quite surprising when one comes from elsewhere, "said Mika.
But for him, from the moment we went on stage to perform, everyone finds the same level.
"The candidates are people who do the same job as me. It goes on stage, sing and takes risks. From time to time, you feel triumphant, other times, we are ashamed. We are all in exactly the same position every time we go on stage. That is why it is never as good as on our last concert. No matter whether you're a candidate or a guest at "The Voice" is the same process with the same fears and the same nervousness. "