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Two Quebec Women At America's Got Talent

Two Quebec Women At America’s Got Talent

Kepikers, Alexandra Cotet, dog training specialist, plus circus artist Milliged Tremblay Bouchard will be on Day 16.e seasonAmerican Talents, It airs on NBC in the US from 1he is June.

A graduate of École de cirque de Québec in hula hoop and a member of FLIP Fabrique, Méliejade Tremblay Bouchard has recently gone to Los Angeles to present a number in front of Judges Simon Cowell, Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel.

She was recruited by “senior researchers” into the production a few months ago, just like Alexandra Kott, who was spotted for remarkable exploits that could get her dog to do it. They also shot on the same day, in April.

But first, the two women had to go through a strict security process due to the epidemic. They spent ten days in Los Angeles for two days of filming, after going through a week’s quarantine and passing two tests for COVID-19 before being able to put their foot on the set.

Méliejade Tremblay Bouchard presented Howula Hope’s number for a minute and a half.

“It was a very exciting and very stressful project,” she said. magazine. I think I really underestimated this Turns out-That’s the big. But with this epidemic and not there OffersIt was a great opportunity. There might be things that come up next. I don’t necessarily know what to expect, but I know it can open doors. ”

with a dog

The two women managed to cross the US border by air, but things were more complicated for Thetfordoise Alexandra Côté, who had to cross with her dog, a two-year-old Border Collie named Tesla.

Since it is mandatory to make a direct trip when accompanied by an animal, the young woman, who has been dog training for ten years, had to transport her dog by road, by a company, to New York, where she joined him. Then the two took a direct flight to Los Angeles.

Alexandra Cotet commented on the potential impacts of his post: “What I hope will bring me clients and that people open up to teach their dogs more tricks, and that they know anything is possible. I’d also like to do more shows across Quebec.”

We don’t know when the Keebikers performances will be broadcast on Monday.

This is not the first time that Quebecers have been recruited for the prestigious television competition. Two bands from District Mao dance school, located in Quebec City, reached the quarter-finals in 2015 and 2019. Singer Jonathan Roy plus a quad-troupe of Quebec dancers, including Alex Francor, which we can see in RevolutionThey did participate in the hearingseight.