“The Voice Kids”: two new coaches to replace Nolwenn Leroy and Kendji Girac?

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According to information from “Closer” magazine, TF1 has recruited two new coaches to support the children in season 10 of “The Voice Kids”, alongside Slimane and Patrick Fiori.

Season 10 of “The Voice Kids” is taking shape. While the show will not be broadcast until July 2024, TF1 should soon announce the new members of the jury for the child-friendly edition. According to information revealed by the magazine “Closer”, Nolwen Leroy and Kendji Girac will bid farewell to the famous red armchairs.

In their places: Claudio Capéo and Lara Fabian. It could be that the two artists accompany the juries already well in place for several seasons, Slimane and Patrick Fiori. For the moment, TF1 has not yet confirmed the names of the new coaches of “The Voice Kids”.

The Voice Kids season 10: what will TF1 choose?

Claudio Capéo is a regular on the sets of “The Voice”. The singer won the adult version of the show in 2016. The artist has often expressed his desire to work for TF1 entertainment, just like other stars who would like to be a coach.

Lara Fabian could also be of good advice for small candidates. The Belgian artist has already worked, in 2020, for “The Voice”. She also participated in the Canadian version of the show. The interpreter of “I love you” has never advised child singers.

As a reminder, season 9 of “The Voice Kids” was won by Durel, a candidate who was part of Slimane’s team.

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