Star Academy: Pierre is already a hit with his title “Those we were”

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While Pierre’s song was revealed to the general public thanks to the Star Academy, “Those we were” is already a phenomenon on the Web.

A victory against Julien and more. Barely leaving the castle of Dammarie-les-Lys, the young candidate from Villedieu-les-Poêles met with incredible success. While it is not yet available on streaming platforms, the composition “Those we were” by the big winner of Star Academy season 11 is already being widely relayed on social networks.

On the Web, hundreds of videos from Internet users share the song of the young self-taught man who learned to play the piano on the Internet. Excerpts from his performance, artistic montages or even covers, fans of the talent show all re-appropriate this title in their own way, although it is not official.

With the presence of Dadju within the famous castle, the success of “Those we were” continued to grow. Indeed, the singer loved his performance and did not fail to let it be known: “ Your song is magnificent, it is terrible. I really like. You have a hit, there, you have a single. It’s really well written. You impressed me, I stream that “. On the teachers’ side, it is also a success.

But that’s not all. This Saturday, February 3, during the final, the star of “ Complicated » decided to surprise the young student by offering to perform his song “Those we were” in front of an audience who sang it at the top of their lungs.

So will “Those we were” be in the winner’s first album? The fans hope so.


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