Marc Lavoine talks about the semi-final of the program without audience

Marc Lavoine talks about the semi-final of the program without audience

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The Voice 2020: Marc Lavoine talks about the semi-final of the program without audience

On June 6, TF1 will offer a very special version of the semi-final of The Voice without audience. Guest of Nikos Aliagas in 50 mn Inside, Marc Lavoine was very optimistic about the upcoming shows.

After a report related to the coronavirus epidemic, we now know the broadcast date of the semi-final of The Voice. It is scheduled for Saturday June 6. As the virus is still in circulation, the production had to adapt to these exceptional circumstances and the show will not go quite as planned. It was to take place in a large Parisian hall with nearly 4,000 seats. It will finally take place probably without audience from a studio in La-Plaine-Saint-Denis, as for the previous editions. Nikos Aliagas was receiving Marc Lavoine in an unreleased episode of 50 mins Inside. He drew the portrait in five recent dates of the singer while evoking in particular the musical The red shoes, also interrupted because of covid-19, which he hopes to see resume soon or the song he performed with Pascal Obispo in tribute to the relief workers.

“We have to adapt”

Marc Lavoine has also chosen to evoke his duet with Gustine on the set of The Voice and more generally his role as a coach. “What is beautiful is that after TV, between each program, there is a link, because coaching is not only on the set. It is going to the boxes, to see them. is also concerned with their daily lives, because if they are strong, they also have doubts, fragile moments “, explained the interpreter of Parking of angels. “To close as it should be this season, we will have to make the show visibly without audience”, has recalled Nikos Aliagas to his guest. “Yes with the public who will be on Skype”, said Marc Lavoine. “We have to adapt and it is the role of artists also to adapt to situations.”

A nice final in perspective

But far from being overcome by this particular and unprecedented situation, Line Papin’s companion was optimistic about upcoming shows. “Since something is taken from us, something will be added to it. And often, the fact of adapting to a situation and creating a good feeling that will be interesting”, he concluded“We will adapt for The Voice, you will see. It will be a beautiful final”, promised Nikos Aliagas when he returns to the set. “We adapt to today’s reality and the most important is the link we have established over all these years”, he added, meeting fans of the show on June 6 for the show’s semi-final.