“The Voice Kids” season 10: the new jury is confirmed!

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Exit Nolween Leroy and Kendji Girac. TF1 has just made the news official. The next coaches of “The Voice Kids” will be Lara Fabian and Claudio Capéo.

The rumors are confirmed. Kendji Girac and Nolwenn Leroy will not participate in the next season of “The Voice Kids”. TF1 shared the official photo of the show’s new coaches. There we find already well-known entertainment artists: Patrick Fiori and Slimane.

At their side: Lara Fabian and Claudio Capéo. The Belgian singer is delighted to soon be able to advise young apprentice singers. A first with children for the interpreter of “I love you”, who has already worked for the adult version in 2020, but also for the show in Canada.

So happy to join The Voice team for the kids version this time! Looking forward to this adventure with my coach friends @slimane @patrickfiorioff @claudiocapeo…The best is yet to come.», Wrote Lara Fabian on her Instagram account.

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“The Voice Kids”: season 10 planned for next year

Claudio Capéo, for his part, is in a hurry to discover young talents. “Can’t wait to start the @thevoice_tf1 Kids adventure alongside my dear @slimane @patrickfiorioff @larafabianofficial! We’ll meet again in 2024 to discover the most beautiful voices together!», he shares on his official account. The interpreter of “A Man Standing” is a regular on the sets of “The Voice”. The singer won the adult version of the show in 2016.

We will have to be patient before discovering this new jury. Season 10 of “The Voice Kids” will not appear on TF1 until July 2024.

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