Vianney compliments her friend Kendji Girac

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While everything seems to oppose them, Vianney and Kendji Girac are true friends. On the set of “Quelle Époque!” », the singer of “Beau-Papa” praised the former coach of The Voice Kids. We tell you.

The two stars of French song adore each other and have collaborated for years. Last June, they joined forces to put their voices on a single title, “Le Feu”. A single included in Vianney’s latest album which brought them to the stage of the WECB Music Awards 2023. Indeed, Kendji Girac and the singer from the Pyrénées-Atlantiques were selected in the “Francophone Collaboration of the Year” category. .

Vianney: “ He’s a huge star »

But that’s not all. The duo also teamed up with Soprano to offer the title “Je suis fou”. Guest this Saturday, December 16 on the set of Léa Salamé and Christophe Dechavanne in “Quelle Époque! », Vianney spoke about his friend Kendji Girac. “ He inspires respect, we are from the same generation, but in fact, we do not have the same background at all. He wins a show, I experienced the independent label (…) He gets everyone to agree right away very quickly because he has this incredible organ, this crazy voice and then his journey », explains Vianney.

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He is a huge star who has remained nice, simple and not at all divisive because he is someone who is deeply open, human and who turns off his phone when he is going to give a show. », added the 32-year-old singer.

There is no doubt, the friendship between the two men is not about to end. Could the two artists soon concoct a new duo for us? For the moment, the sponsor of Telethon 2023 wishes to take a break from his artistic career.


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