Jeanick Fournier wins Canada’s Got Talent final





Jeanick Fournier is the big winner of Canada’s Got Talent. The public voted in large numbers for the Saguenéenne singer who won the $150,000 grand prize offered by CIBC. She will also perform at the America’s Got Talent show at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas.

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Very moved, she thanked the public of Saguenay, Quebec and Canada who voted for her, during this incredible evening which took place live from Niagara Falls. She also thanked her lover, family, friends and children.

Dressed in a long blue dress, Jeanick Fournier chose to interpret The Show Must Go On, from Queen. She once again impressed the judges of the show who even said a few words in French, including “Magnificent” to congratulate her after her performance.

Five judges were present during the show’s finale: Howie Mandel, Lilly Singh, Kardinal Offishall, Trish Stratus and the exceptional presence of the legendary British Simon Cowell, creator of Britain’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent. “Seeing you makes me want to live in Canada, you are extraordinary,” Simon Cowell told him. “I will pay to see you in concert in Las Vegas, you are a true professional”, launched Kardinal Offishall. “Congratulations, you have a bright future ahead of you,” said Howie Mandel.

During this evening, eight finalists presented their number, all very different because the particularity of this program is to bring together all the talents. Toronto-based dance group The Renegades won third place and Kellie Loder of St. John’s, Newfoundland, second by singing one of their compositions.

According to the production of the program broadcast on Citytv, an impressive number of Canadians voted and the website of Canada’s Got Talent experienced unprecedented traffic. At the beginning of the evening from 8 p.m., it was even difficult to be able to vote, but the technical problems were quickly restored.

Jeanick Fournier has had a flawless run since her performance on April 5 on the show where she sang I surrender by Celine Dion. She had then obtained the Golden Buzzer, which had led her directly to the semi-finals where she interpreted Never Enoughsong from the movie The Greatest Showman. It was the public who then decided her fate by voting for her. The public was also touched by the journey of this woman, who works as a beneficiary attendant at the Saguenay palliative care center in Chicoutimi and who adopted two children with Down syndrome, Emma and Yohan, who are 8 and 12 years old.

For Jeanick Fournier, singing has been a real passion since she was little. Her inspirations are vocal singers like Celine Dion, Ginette Reno, Whitney Houston and Lara Fabian.

By winning the grand prize of Canada’s Got Talent, Jeanick Fournier realizes his dream. She had confided in an interview to The Press a few days ago she was ready, that you had to believe in it, and that she was going to give everything. It’s done. And in addition, she offered herself this gift for her 50th birthday, which she will celebrate on May 20.

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Jeanick Fournier wins Canada’s Got Talent final


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