“The Voice”: she makes her parents cry during an improvised duet with Mario Pelchat
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Viewers of The Voice were treated to a very touching moment on Sunday evening during the fourth round blind auditions.
Having managed to turn all the chairs of the coaches with her very personal reinterpretation of the play The Bird, the Franco-Ontarian Sophie Grenier, 17, then shared the stage with her coach Mario Pelchat.
A duo who drew a few tears from their family behind the scenes with host Charles Lafortune, in more to move viewers and Internet users on social networks.
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Visibly touched by his interpretation of the song popularized by René Simard in the early 1970s, Mario Pelchat first begged the young singer-songwriter originally from Ottawa to join his team. He then joined her on stage to perform the song with her, in a magnificent, gentle number.