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Janic Fournier wins Canada's Got Talent

Janic Fournier wins Canada’s Got Talent

The final was presented live from Niagara Falls.

The Renegades took the top three (3And), Kelly Lauder (2And) and Janique Fournier (1 .)Dr).

Jannick Fournier, 49, grew up in Dolbeau-Mistassini but was founded in Chicoutimi several years ago. She is well known in the region, having performed on long shows featuring delivery of Celine Dion songs.

She is a beneficiary worker and is going to celebrate 50 yearsAnd birthday this week.

With her victory, she received $150,000 USD and received an invitation to american talents.

On the air, she thanked the people of Saguenay, Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec, her family and her children. One of them, Johan, came to join her on stage.

hard vote

The show featured Simon Cowell, creator of the original American version.

Viewers can vote between 8 PM and 9:45 PM. Up to three times per email address. However, the site encountered technical hurdles while streaming, and the server was visibly confused. Loading the voting module took very long minutes.

The production also acknowledged the issues by posting a photo of Judge Howie Mandel on Twitter during the wiring process.

Eight co-workers

Singer Stacy Kay was first on stage during the finale Canada Got Talent.

Image source: Citytv

Singer Stacey Kay from Cambridge, Ontario, was the first to perform. So it was she who benefited from the longest voting period after her performance. All judges loved it, except for Simon Cowell, who had reservations about his choreography.

Then the dance troupe Shadow Entertainment, from Vancouver, offered to choreograph choreography to Indian rhythms.

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Comedian Courtney Gilmore drew some laughs from the audience, for being a bit nervous. Judge Lilly Singh said she laughed a lot during the semi-finals, but laughed less this time.

Then The Renegades, from Toronto, danced in unison with a few courses on the menu. Street dance was then in the spotlight. According to Simon Cowell, they were of a separate caliber, compared to the others that preceded them.

The second half of the finale was started by Kelly Lauder, of Newfoundland and Labrador, who performed one of her compositions while accompanies herself to the drums. According to Simon Cowell, his performance was what he calls Nowadays.

Magician Savio Joseph performed a card trick. The judges joined him at a table of cards on the platform, while all the spectators in the room had a deck of cards in their hands.

Another dance group, GRVMT from Vancouver, performed before Jennique Fournier.

For the second show in a row, Janic Fournier was the last to go. Unlike previous formats, this gave him less time to earn votes. She performed the play show must go on the queen. Three of the five judges gave her a standing ovation, telling her she was ready for Las Vegas.

Then the voting period ended a few minutes after Jannick Fournier appeared. However, that was enough to win the show.

Journey to the final

In the semi-finalsJanic Fournier performed the piece never enough, but was not held by the judges. This is a public vote, open 24 hours, who pushed her to the final.

During the auditions, she received a golden button after her performance. This earned him to participate in the semi-finals by skipping a stage.

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Another competitor from Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Sebastien Savard, saw the end of his path into the semi-finals. Roberval’s violinist and tightrope player, who is also an avid attendee like Jannick Fournier, didn’t get enough votes from the audience to continue his path.