By Mathis Ferrut Journalist people, TV, reality TV Fascinated by the world of media from an early age, television has no secrets for him. Loft Story, Star Academy, Secret Story, the Ch'tis, the Marseillais… He is a real encyclopedia of reality TV. He is also a fan of sports (particularly football and Paris Saint-Germain) and music. He listens to everything and his playlists surprise more than one!
Unfortunately , the dream of Didier Deschamps' players came to an end this Sunday, December 18, 2022. Despite a hat-trick from Kylian MBappé, they lost during the penalty shootout in this completely crazy final against Argentina. A result that makes these anthems for the Blues lose a lot of flavor.
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Vegedream's missed comeback
But the song fans were particularly looking forward to was a hypothetical Bring Home the Cup 2.0, performed by Vegedream. Well this title does exist! The singer has also unveiled an excerpt on social networks and the fans are formal, he must release the sound, even after the defeat!
“So there we missed this Vegedream banger, I'm so mad“, “Vegedream was going to release a real sound“, “Vegedream please release it anyway< /em>“, “😭 VEGEDREAM was actually in the studio to record a sound for France“, “Grizou is going to love this sound, release it anyway“, ” I want to cry we missed the sound of the century“, can we read on Twitter.
Let the fans be reassured, Vegedream could still release it by modifying the words to thank the Blues… We can't wait to hear that, even if it won't have the same flavor…
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