Nikos Aliagas reacts to the controversial departure of Yanis Marshall

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Star Academy will return on November 4. on TF1. A year after Anisha’s win and good audience, the show is planning a longer 11th season, three months and more candidates. There will be 16 of them, and last year – 12, and two are already known to the public: 21-year-old Lola, then Axel. Two students whose identities were revealed on the set of Quotidien. ” I like it, he is one of the candidates joining us this year, I like his profile. As they say in the English speaking world “He’s a nature”, he is a singer » believes director Michael Goldman about this candidate, whose audience could discover the audition called “I’m going” Patrick Fiori And Florent Pagny. For his part, Nikos Aliagas assures us how much he wants this new season of Star Ac to be really interesting in the midst of a tense world climate: ” It has to be a bit confrontational but friendly for it to work. It is imperative that it has its place in this strange time we all share, so that we can have fun on Saturday night not as if nothing happened, but as if we were doing our part. “.

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“I won’t be tongue-tied, but . . .”

Michael Goldman and Nikos Aliag, both guests on the set of this Wednesday night’s Quotidien, were interviewed by Yann Barthès about the departure of two iconic teachers from last season: Laure Balon and Yanis Marshall. The latter obviously took it badly, as he admitted that it was “no not a solution [sa] go » : « For communication purposes, I was asked to pretend that I had personal projects under the guise that the public would not understand if I was ostracized. But today I have to tell my truth “. Comments that Star Ac director and host wanted to react to. ” He is at home. We are changing production to The Voice, Star Ac. He can come back and teach a lesson, right? » Nikos Aliags pointed out immediately, and Michael Goldman softened the situation: I don’t think there is a latent conflict. These are questions that are beyond my control, this is at the production level “.

For Nikos Aliags, the departure of Laure Balon and Yanis Marshall is just the eternal change of things: “ I won’t choose, but every year it can change, we are looking for formulas, it will take longer… No one has done anything wrong, they are great artists, we will try… “. How to end disputes? In any case, Cécile Chaduteau and Malika Benjelloun become the new teachers of stage expression and dance, respectively.

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