Their service allowed them to directly obtain their ticket for the finale. Wednesday November 17, in France has an unbelievable talent broadcast on M6, the cadets of the Military Academy of Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan de Guer in Morbihan, were able to benefit from the golden buzzer by Karine Le Marchand, host of the show.
The singing students ended their performance to the ovation of the public, and the members of the jury composed of Marianne James, Hélène Ségara, Sugar Sammy and Eric Antoine had all opted for a yes, synonymous with access to the next step.
Karine Le Marchand, for her part, relied on golden buzzer while explaining his choice: “We have young people from 20 to 24 years old who are committed to France. I love the military, I love the police, I love the gendarmerie and I see you in the final “.
Paul, choir director of Saint-Cyr had trouble hiding his surprise, just like the 40 choristers. As the golden glitter fell on the stage, the main stakeholders took a few seconds to realize that the adventure was about to take a new turn. Until the host joins them on stage to congratulate them: “Well done boys, I’m proud of you!”.
A moving service
The singers performed Ivory tears, a song dedicated to the dead for France. “A child does not understand that his father died in combat. The chorus of soldiers responds to him, comforts him and explains the reasons for his sacrifice”, then explains Paul.
All dressed in a uniform, the cadets had confided to Karine Le Marchand before their entry on stage, that “to sing together brings them a lot humanly and also in cohesion. We all meet to sing and it’s great. We want to discover the values which animate us through song “.
The next step, which is therefore the final, will take place in December. The Saint-Cyr students will find eight other qualified from the semi-finals and five other artists who also received a golden buzzer during the hearings. It will then be the votes of the public that will determine the winner of the 2021 edition.