“Star Academy”: Matthieu Gonet back on the show

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The next “Star Academy” bonus, broadcast on December 2, 2023, on TF1, promises some nice surprises. The show’s iconic coach and musician, Matthieu Gonet, will return to conduct a symphony orchestra.

Those nostalgic for the beginnings of “Star Academy” will be delighted to be able to find an emblematic figure of the show. The famous composer Matthieu Gonet is coming this week to support the new Star Ac’ teachers. Remember! The composer served as a teacher and tutor for bonuses between 2001 and 2008.

The musician will judge the students of the new promotion during the evaluations this Tuesday, November 28. He will also be present during the fifth bonus of this 2023 edition. This Saturday, December 2, he will come to conduct the symphony orchestra which will accompany the artists and students, on TF1.

This return, eagerly awaited by fans of the show, is also eagerly awaited by the composer himself. Matthieu Gonet reacted to this good news on his Instagram account with this message: “As we happily find a family at heart, I will be happy to conduct the symphony orchestra which will accompany the 5th Star Academy bonus, next Saturday, December 2, also alongside the talented musicians of David Berland.”

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“Star Academy”: which stars will be present on the next prime?

The “Star Academy” bonus this Saturday, December 2, on TF1, promises to be exceptional. In addition to the presence of the philharmonic orchestra and Matthieu Gonet, Slimane will also be present on stage to perform his greatest hits in the presence of the students.

The “Mon Amour” singer is a big fan of talent show. Slimane has already come to give advice to the students of the 2023 class, last Sunday November 26. He took the opportunity to reveal the name of his favorite candidate: Pierre.

Chimène Badi, Mika, Charlotte Cardin and Nej are also announced on stage this Saturday, on TF1.


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