Sarah Jane Labrousse has agreed with the decision of the producers of Fair-Play and Quebecor Content to postpone the third season of “Revolution” by one year in the context of the pandemic. “But not because I agreed that I didn’t feel any pain,” nuances.
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So an inspirational, happy, and even touched host/host, she resumed filming for the TVA dance competition this summer after patiently enduring her problems for over a year. In 2020, at the height of the health crisis, when television crews struggled to anticipate how they could resume their production, it was not the time to film a large-scale dance of reconciliation, and the forces of the “revolution” did not want to tarnish it. Or downplay their concept.
“We no longer know the monster,” Sarah Jane said a year later. The anti-COVID relaxations granted by the government in recent months have loosened the diverse group structure and vaccinations too, and it is now possible for dancers to spin in pairs or in groups without risk. There is even an audience in the studio during the recordings.
Security measures change “everything” in the way Sarah-Jane Labrousse runs the show, “but it won’t show up,” she says.
“The dance community has suffered greatly from the epidemic,” the latter notes. Studios are closed. Even without a pandemic, it is already a challenging environment; You are always behind someone, you often rely on other artists. In Quebec, there are a lot of such. The dancers were hungry to come back, they are motivated, and this will come from great work.”
Sarah Jane stresses that this third edition of “Revolution” will take us through a whole range of emotions.
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“You will fall in love, want to dance and discover new styles of dance. You will be affected by the journeys people have had this year. Often, what touches me the most, when I watch this type of program, these large scale competitions, is success. Even more than defeat. What makes me cry when I see someone succeed after putting in so much effort. Make a number and pick… I couldn’t get past it! She’s beautiful,” notes the woman, who said she learned a lot about her by rubbing shoulders with dancers, an environment she considers “open and wonderful”, Which established a real relationship with the professors Lydia Bouchard, Jean-Marc Genero, and the twins.
“A bond is created between people who don’t know each other and who admire each other. The soul in the ballroom, which looks like a teenage dance fantasy show, is magical to witness. I feel something surreal. They help each other, encourage each other, celebrate each other. … I dream of it for society. The atmosphere of the dance floor should be everywhere!”
Autumn is already looking to be very hot for Sarah-Jeanne Labrousse, who is shooting the third season of “Revolution” through November, and will once again co-host Télé-Québec’s “Soirée Mammoth” in December, and be a part of Bye Bye. 2021″, will again in a few weeks become one of the collaborators with “Véronique et les Fantastiques” in Rouge and will be in the series “De Pierre en fille”, with her great friend Julian Cote, on ICI Tou .tv early 2022.
The beauty will be getting her own podcast in mid-August on the Audible platform (audible.ca), a project that excites her.
“I flipped over to do it!” These are six episodes, with optional themes and guests. It will be fine in all respects. We’ll talk about trees as much as we’ll talk about astrology…”
“Revolution” will receive TVA on Sunday, September 19th.
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