The “Star Academy” unveils the clip for its anthem “I will follow my dreams”

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A cover of the famous hit by Jean-Jacques Goldman released in 1985, this title has been revisited in an electro-pop version and performed by the 13 students of this 2023 class.

The new “Star Academy” anthem has a music video. This cover by the candidates of the 2023 class of the title “I will go to the end of my dreams” by Jean-Jacques Goldman has been available since Thursday November 23, three weeks after the start of the competition. During the show’s daily broadcasts, broadcast from Monday to Saturday at 5:30 p.m. on TF1, viewers were able to see the filming of the video clip at the Château de Dammarie-lès-Lys.

This anthem was performed by the 13 students of this eleventh season on the occasion of the second prime of the show, broadcast on Saturday November 11, 2023. As tradition dictates, each season of the “Star Academy” had the right to his anthem sung at the start of each bonus: “Let me dance”, “I’m not a hero” … Last year, the candidates had, for example, revisited Céline Dion’s famous hit “Ne partez pas without me “.

For their part, the students of the Star Academy class of 2023 will have the opportunity to defend this anthem during a tour planned in France and Belgium from 2024.


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