Vianney, future coach of "The Voice": Didier Deschamps gives him his advice: Femme Actuelle Le MAG

New year rhymes with new projects, to the delight of Vianney. 29-year-old singer-songwriter join the jury of The Voice, for season 10 of the tele-hook, alongside Marc Lavoine, Amel Bent and Florent Pagny. For this great adventure that awaits him, the singer will have to prove himself, since his colleagues already have experience as coaches in the show of TF1. And for Didier Deschamps, the artist will be expected at the turn. Guests in The Unexpected Journal, on the airwaves of RTL Saturday January 16, 2021, the two friends spoke about the program. The coach of the French football team took the opportunity to advise the young man, with great kindness. "The problem he has is thathe has other coaches with him. Elbows a little bit because they take up space. Move in", he told him, for his sidekick to win in the team.

For his part, Vianney seems very impatient, and rather confident. In the radio studio, the interpreter of Not here compared his new role to that of his friend, Didier Deschamps. A surprising parallel, but all in all striking. "I saw him with his players. I have to have that relationship too. There is something very professional about it. We are there for a common goal, me with the singers that I coach ", he said before pointing out: "On the other hand, you have to have total trust between them and me. And that I saw in the locker room with Didier. (…) Me, my ambition is to ensure, whatever the continuation of the adventure of the talents who sing in The Voice, that they never lose the confidence they have in them.

Didier Deschamps (France football team selector) – Press conference in Paris on October 1, 2020. FEP / Panoramic / Bestimage

"You have to give everything"

The new recruit of The Voice awaits candidates great motivation, and a lot of determination, as he pointed out to our colleagues."Even if they don't pass the stages, that they keep this confidence, that they are happy with what they have done and, of course, that they have given everything. It's all that matters, whether in sport or in music. If we pretend to say that it's our ultimate, total passion, that we think we were made for it, it is absolutely necessary to give everything. It is a sacrifice that is normally happy. So me, I'm just trying to put them on that path ", explained Catherine Robert's companion. Only a few days left before discovering the first images of the competition, which is scheduled for the start of the year.

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