Slimane victim of a stage accident: “Luckily I had tights”

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Slimane was in concert at the Arena Futuroscope in Poitiers, this Sunday February 4. While he was performing an aerial stunt, a stage incident caused a great moment of embarrassment, but not enough to destabilize the singer!

2024 will be a busy year for Slimane! In addition to his preparation to defend France at Eurovision 2024 next May with his hit “Mon Amour”, the singer has a very busy concert schedule. His Zéniths tour of the “Cupidon Tour” is launched and is scheduled to continue until December 14. This Sunday, February 4, the winner of The Voice performed at the Arena Futuroscope in Poitiers. While he was performing an aerial stunt, the singer’s kilt got stuck in the cables creating an embarrassing moment for the singer of “Viens on s’aime”.

Far from being dejected by this event, Esmeralda’s dad shared a video in his Instagram story declaring: “ Luckily I had tights “. An incident which immediately turned into a joke for the singer who even boasted of having “ managed to do two somersaults “. Let’s hope that a similar event does not occur on May 11 in Malmö, Sweden, during the highly scrutinized performance of the French champion at Eurovision!


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