“The Voice Kids”: filming for season 10 has started

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Lara Fabian, Claudio Capéo, Slimane and Patrick Fiori reveal on social networks the first photos from the filming of the new edition of “The Voice Kids”. Go behind the scenes.

The first blind auditions for season 10 have started! This Thursday, October 26, the new coaches of “The Voice Kids”, Lara Fabian and Claudio Capéo, are delighted to be able to share their enthusiasm with their fans. The Belgian singer reveals in one of her Instagram stories, a video of the jury discussing. She exclaims with a smile to the attention of Slimane, Patrick Fiori and the interpreter of “Un Homme Debout”: “That’s it, we’re there! Boys say hello!“.

In another photo, Lara Fabian poses on the famous red armchair from the show. In the caption, she wrote: “So much love and talent shared… the best is yet to come.”

On Claudio Capéo’s Instagram account, the good atmosphere also reigns. We discover him at the piano trying to cover with Patrick Fiori the moving title of Slimane, “Thousands of I love you”.

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“The Voice Kids”: the jury is “very fit”

The atmosphere is therefore supercharged on this next season of “The Voice Kids”. An excitement confirmed by Matthieu Grelier, director of programs and development at ITV Studios France. “A first day of filming for the new coaching team of #TheVoiceKids 2024! Well… how can I put it… They are VERY fit 🙂», he wrote in the caption of a photo of the four coaches from the tenth season of “The Voice Kids”, on X (formerly Twitter).

Even if the selection of the little singers has started, the public will have to be patient before discovering these new blind auditions. Season 10 of “The Voice Kids” will not appear on TF1 until July 2024.

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