Vitaa godmother of the “Star Academy”: who is her favorite?

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Who is the “Star Academy” godmother’s favorite student? During her visit to the castle, Vitaa made statements that affected one candidate in particular.

The 2023 class of the “Star Academy” can count on its godmother. The singer Vitaa does not hesitate to regularly travel to the castle of Dammarie-les-Lys to advise apprentice artists.

Pierre, Lénie, Héléna, Axel and Julien were once again surprised to find Slimane’s ex-acolyte in their home, this Tuesday, January 9.

The opportunity for Vitaa to reassure students about their various services during bonuses on TF1 or during evaluations. The singer took the opportunity to compliment one of this season’s candidates, in particular.

Vitaa is, in fact, impressed by Axel. “ I said that with you, it’s square, that you were very good. I don’t think I’ve ever seen you fuck up. You are the most perfect singer », she revealed to the student. Compliments which make some viewers think that the French artist would like to see the young man win.

That’s not all ! Vitaa defended Axel after seeing his very difficult performance on “Ti Amo”, in a duet with Umberto Tozzi, last Saturday, on TF1. “ Plus, on “Ti Amo”, they left you the hardest parts and you still managed “, said Vitaa.

With this declaration, will Axel make it to the “Star Academy” final?

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