“Star Academy”: Pierre performs his song in front of an impressed Dadju

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Dadju visited Pierre at the “Star Academy” castle this Monday, January 29. The opportunity for the finalist student to play one of their compositions on the piano.

You have a hit there. » This is how Dadju describes the title that Pierre wrote before entering the “Star Academy”. This Monday, January 29, Gims’ little brother visited the finalist student at the Château de Dammarie-les-Lys to rehearse with him before the last bonus.

Pierre took the opportunity to make him listen to one of his compositions entitled “Those we were”. A title which, without the student knowing it, has been a hit on social networks since his arrival on the show.

Verdict? Dadju is impressed. “Your song is magnificent, it is terrible! », Reacted the latter before assuring him that his piece could be a big success when it was released. “I really like him. You have a single! It’s really well written. » All that remains is to wait for this future hit to come out…

Touched by the compliments of the interpreter of “Jaloux”, Pierre then spoke of the artistic direction he wishes to take after “Star Academy”: “ This is what I would like to bring. Something American but in French, because singing in English yes, but writing in English is complicated. The French variety, basic, I wasn’t a big fan, I didn’t listen to it at all, but I looked into it a little and I would like to make a mix of all that. »

While waiting to see what Pierre has in store for us at the end of “Star Academy”, the final of the show will take place this Saturday, February 3. And to accompany the last two candidates, Julien and Pierre, during this evening many guests will come and sing with them: Dadju, Vitaa, Yseult, Patrick Fiori and Tayc.


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