“The Voice 2024”: Mika back and ready to fight

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The singer returns to the TF1 show and according to the trailer shared by the channel, his return promises to be thunderous. Discover the first images of “The Voice 2024”.

For her return to The Voice, Mika decided to make a… sensational entrance.», writes TF1 in the caption of the first trailer for season 13 of “The Voice”. The tone is therefore set. Mika warns the other jurors of the show Bigflo & Oli, Vianney and Zazie. After three years of absence, he is ready to return to his place as coach.

In these very funny first images, we discover Mika, more confident than ever, who begins to play the piano. His music and his presence act like a tornado exploding everything in its path. He thus overthrows his singer friends. Even Nikos loses his files.

For the moment, no broadcast date has been communicated for the next season of “The Voice”. As a reminder, it was Aurélien Vivos, coached by Zazie, who won last season.

Mika: a journey full of success in “The Voice”

Mika seems to be quickly getting his bearings in the famous red armchair. The artist began as a coach on “The Voice” in 2014, the year of Kendji Girac’s victory. The interpreter of “Elle me dit” also revealed Les Fréro Delavega and the group Arcadian. Mika left the show at the end of season 8, in 2019 and returned in 2021.

The singer now seems happy to replace Amel Bent this year. According to this short video, he does not fear facing Zazie, Bigflo & Oli and Vianney.

Before embarking on a major world tour, ‘Apocalypse Calypso Tour’, which will accompany the release of an intimate and 100% French album, Mika will return to her red chair after a break of several years! Mika will be able to use his experience to try to win a third trophy. A fine strategist and exceptional competitor, he will undoubtedly be a coach closely monitored by the other three.», revealed TF1 in a press release on Friday September 29, 2023.


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