The red armchairs of The Voice attract many singers. After Maitre Gims last year, it’s Camille Lellouche’s turn to discuss her interest in the show.
If Mika, Zazie, Bigflo and Oli or Vianney decide to leave their role as coach for the next season of The Voice, production should have no difficulty finding replacements for them. The show has several followers in the world of singing.
Revealed by the show, Camille Lellouche now has a career of which she can be proud. Today, the former candidate could see herself taking the place of one of the coaches in the famous red armchairs: “ In fact, we’ve been talking for years (with production, editor’s note), but it’s true that there is a question of timing », she explains to Click TV.
The 55-year-old star has already been a juror on The Voice in the United Kingdom, then in Australia in 2014. So why not in France? “ Oh, for that, I would have to study very seriously! I should take some time to practice my French “, told the singer at the microphone of Purecharts. But she does not definitively close the door to the idea: “ When I speak French a little better, we’ll see. » See you in 2025?
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A leading face of song, Gilbert Montagné is also very present on TV. And he also admitted wanting to become a coach in The Voice: “ If they want to call me one day, yes, I would. That would suit me well », he explained last year.
The “Bella” singer is a big fan of the show: “ The first time I saw The Voice, I found the concept to be right. This is not a show in which you can be destabilized by the physical », he confided to the Belgian daily The last hour. He also went further by declaring that “ I wouldn’t mind being a coach. I have a bit of a mentor side. I like to give advice. »
Maître Gims’ friend is not against the idea either. “ If someone offers it to me, I’ll go straight for it! “, he affirmed to Gala. “ I really liked doing The Voice Kids in Belgium and I know that in France, I would also really like to do it. » A call of the foot which will perhaps not go unnoticed.