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La Voix

This article is about the Montreal-based French Canadian version of The Voice. For the version broadcast on French television, see The Voice: la plus belle voix.
For other uses of "La Voix", see La Voix (disambiguation).
La Voix (Canada)
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Genre Talent show
Format Interactive reality
Created by John de Mol
Presented by Charles Lafortune
Judges Marc Dupré seasons 1&2
Jean-Pierre Ferland season 1
Marie-Mai season 1
Ariane Moffatt season 1
Éric Lapointe season 2
Louis-Jean Cormier season 2
Isabelle Boulay season 2
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) French
No. of seasons 1
Production
Location(s) Montreal, Quebec
Running time 60-120 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel TVA
Audio format Stereo
Original run 20 January 2013 – present
Chronology
Related shows The Voice (franchise)
External links
[ Website]

La Voix is a Quebec, Canada reality talent show as part of the international television series franchise The Voice, based on the original Dutch version of the program created by John de Mol.

Format

The series is part of the The Voice franchise and is based on a similar competition format in The Netherlands entitled The Voice of Holland. The series is structured as three phases: blind auditions, battle rounds and live performance shows.

Season 1 (2013)

The first season of La Voix premiered on the TVA on 20 January 2013 and ended on 14 April 2013. It featured Marc Dupré, Jean-Pierre Ferland, Marie-Mai and Ariane Moffatt as the coaches. During the seasons mentors also took part. They were Daniel Bélanger, Claude Dubois, Annie Villeneuve and Fred St-Gelais. The series was produced by Stéphane Laporte and hosted by Charles Lafortune. The winner was Valérie Carpentier from Ariane Moffatt's Team.

Season Summary

     Winner
     Finalist
Coaches Candidates
Finalists Participant eliminated Participant éliminated Participant éliminated Participant éliminated Participant éliminated
Ariane Moffatt Valérie Carpentier Étienne Cousineau Stevens Simeon Valérie Clio Nerestant Dany Flanders Karine Deschamps
Marc Dupré Jérôme Couture Jael Bird Joseph Andie Duquette Edi Hyse Alexe Gaudreault-Dallaire Stéphanie et Sabrina Barabé
Marie-Mai Charlotte Cardin-Goyer Jacynthe Véronneau Valérie Amyot Jeffrey Piton Fred Lebel Félix-Antoine Couturier
Jean-Pierre Ferland Étienne Cotton Julie Massicotte Meredith Marshall Maria Janice Galvez Joanie Roussel Jean Sébastien Lavoie

During the season, mentors also assisted various teams. They ere:

Round 1: Blind auditions

Ariane Moffatt

Name Age City
Étienne Cousineau 32 Montreal, Quebec
Stevens Simeon 19 Montreal, Quebec
Valérie Clio Nerestant 36 Saint-Hubert, Quebec
Andréeanne Martin 25 Lac-Beauport, Quebec
Ysabelle Bertrand 20 Gatineau, Quebec
Thomas Olivier 19 Montreal, Quebec
Valérie Carpentier 19 Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, Quebec
Mark Elkes 32 Joliette, Quebec
Karine Deschamps 32 Pointe-Claire, Quebec
Henrik Lajoie 22 Saint-Edmond-les-Plaines, Quebec
Dany Flanders 47 Hollywood, California, (United States)
Emanuelle Robitaille 27 Quebec City, Quebec
Rick Hughes 49 Otterburn Park, Quebec
Isabelle Robert 26 Quebec City, Quebec

Jean-Pierre Ferland

Name Age City
Claudia Parisien 19 Hawkesbury, Ontario
Gabriella Delorme-Grenier 20 La Paz, (Bolivia)
Julie Massicotte 40 Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Maria Janice Galvez 29 Angono (Philippines)
Meredith Marshall 47 Austin, Texas (United States)
Étienne Cotton 31 Rimouski, Quebec
Jean Sébastien Lavoie 34 Montreal, Quebec
Joanie Roussel 23 Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec
François Verrault-Girard 25 Quebec City, Quebec
Roxanne Bacon 17 Terrebonne Ouest, Quebec
Myranie Castilloux 26 Lac-Beauport, Quebec
Sylvie Pellerin 54 Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton, Quebec
Jacques Lebel 42 Montreal, Quebec
Gabryelle Frappier 27 Longueuil, Quebec

Marc Dupré

Name Age City
Amy-Jade Leblanc 16 Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec
Brian Tyler 51 Fredericton, New Brunswick
Sabrina and Stéphanie Barabé 28 Quebec City, Quebec
Alexe Gaudreault-Dallaire 20 Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec
Andie Duquette 24 Montreal, Quebec
Edi Hysi 24 Montreal, Quebec
Jael Bird Joseph 28 Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Jérôme Couture 28 Longueuil, Quebec
Julie D'Aoust 28 Gatineau, Quebec
Julie Levac 34 Terrebonne, Quebec
Mathilda Kamuena 19 Montreal, Quebec
Nathalie Carbonneau 42 Malartic, Quebec
Virginie Péloquin 20 Montreal, Quebec
Stephan McNicoll 42 Nuns' Island (île-des-Soeurs), Quebec

Marie-Mai

Name Age City
Fred Lebel 41 Rimouski, Québec
Jacynthe Véronneau 20 Saint-François-Xavier-de-Brompton, Québec
Valérie Amyot 21 Quebec City, Québec
Marc-André Rouillard and
Marie-Eve Bédard
20/
20
Drummondville, Quebec /
Drummondville, Quebec
Carolyne Drolet 26 Brossard, Quebec
Charlotte Cardin-Goyer 18 Mount Royal (Mont-Royal), Quebec
Félix-Antoine Couturier 30 Montreal, Quebec
Jean Ravel 51 Saint-Apollinaire, Quebec
Jeffrey Piton 23 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
Jonathan Guilbault 27 Montreal, Quebec
Léa Morgane 16 Joliette, Quebec
Priscilla Vatrano 31 Montreal, Quebec
Carolane Cloutier 19 Beauceville, Quebec
Cynthia Harvey 26 Chicoutimi, Quebec

Round 2: Battle rounds

During the battle round, two candidates from the same team are paired by the team coach to battle it out in a duo performance of a song chosen by the coach, who decides which of the performing duo moves on to the next round.

     The contestant is saved
     The contestant is eliminated
Coach Winner Chanson Loser
Marie-Mai Jacynthe Véronneau "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" Carolane Cloutier
Ariane Moffat Dany Flanders "Dangereux" Rick Hughes
Marc Dupré Amy-Jade Leblanc "Encore une nuit" Virginie Péloquin
Jean-Pierre Ferland Joanie Roussel "Les yeux du coeur" Jacques Lebel
Marie-Mai Valérie Amyot "Tous les cris les S.O.S." Cynthia Harvey
Ariane Moffat Valérie Clio Nerestant "Man in the Mirror" Isabelle Robert
Marc Dupré Edi Hysi "Life Is a Highway" Stephan McNicoll
Jean-Pierre Ferland Maria-Janice Galvez "Les uns contre les autres" Gabryelle Frappier
Marc Dupré Andie Duquette "Rolling in the Deep" Nathalie Carbonneau
Jean-Pierre Ferland Julie Massicotte "Caline de Blues" Claudia Parisien
Marie-Mai Fred Lebel "Beat It" Jean Ravel
Ariane Moffat Karine Deschamps "Ella, elle l'a" Andréanne Martin
Marc Dupré Alexe Gaudreault "C'est Zéro" Julie Levac
Jean-Pierre Ferland Étienne Cotton "Je l'aime à mourir" Gabriella Delorme Grenier
Marie-Mai Charlotte Cardin-Goyer "Si tu savais" Carolyne Drolet
Ariane Moffat Étienne Cousineau "Miss Sarajevo" Mark Elkes
Marc Dupré Stéphanie et Sabrina Barabé "Reste là" Julie D'Aoust
Jean-Pierre Ferland Meredith Marshall "Un amour qui ne veut pas mourir" /
"Never Ending Love"
Roxanne Bacon
Marie-Mai Jeffrey Piton "Hey, Soul Sister" Marie-Eve Bédard et Marc-André Rouillard
Ariane Moffat Émanuelle Robitaille "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" Ysabelle Bertrand
Marc Dupré Jérôme Couture "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" Brian Tyler
Jean-Pierre Ferland Jean Sébastien Lavoie "La Manic" François Verreault-Girard
Marie-Mai Félix-Antoine Couturier "Si fragile" Jonathan Guilbault
Ariane Moffat Valérie Carpentier "La Vie en rose" Thomas Olivier
Marc Dupré Jael Bird Joseph "Parce qu'on vient de loin" Mathilda Kamuela
Jean-Pierre Ferland Myranie Castilloux "Calling You" Sylvie Pellerin
Marie-Mai Léa Morgane "Regarde-moi" Priscilla Vatrano
Ariane Moffat Stevens Simeon "L'Amour" Henrik Lajoie

Round 3: Battle songs

In this round, each coach chooses two contestants from the remaining seven in his team that should interpret solo a song chosen by the coach. At the end, the coach based on what he heard decides to keep one of them and send the other home, with him/her ending up with six contestants in his/her team.

     The contestant is safe
     The contestant is eliminated
Coach Winner Chanson Loser
Marc Dupré Edi Hysi "Entre deux mondes" Amy-Jade Leblanc
Jean-Pierre Ferland Maria Janice Galvez "Un peu plus haut" Myranie Castilloux
Marie-Mai Jacynthe Véronneau "Emmène-moi" Léa Morgane
Ariane Moffat Karine Deschamps "Réverbère" Émanuelle Robitaille

Round 4: Live rounds

In this stage the contest is broadcast live with the public having a say in the fate of the contestants.

First finals (1/8)

The program spread on two weeks of 2 hours each, asks for each coach to nominate three of his contestants one week and three others the next, to sing songs of their own choice. Each day, one contestant is saved by the public vote and getting most votes, and one of the remaining two is saved by the coach with the third contestant being eliminated. At the end of this phase, each coach would end up with four of his six contestants for the following round.

     The contestant saved by public vote
     The contestant saved by the coach
     The contestant is eliminated
Coach Contestant Song Contestant Song Contestant Song
Week 1
Marie-Mai Charlotte Cardin-Goyer "Autumn Leaves" Valérie Amyot "La forêt des mal-aimés" Félix-Antoine Couturier "Sensualité"
Jean-Pierre Ferland Étienne Cotton "Notre sentier" Maria Janice Galvez "Je ne suis qu'une chanson" Jean Sébastien Lavoie "When I Was Your Man"
Marc Dupré Jérôme Couture "Crazy" Jael Bird Joseph "Te quitter" Stéphanie et Sabrina Barabé "Tu es mon autre"
Ariane Moffat Étienne Cousineau "Hymne à l'amour" Valérie Clio Nerestant "J'ai vu" Karine Deschamps "Stop!"
Week 2
Marie-Mai Jacynthe Véronneau "Let It Be" Jeffrey Piton "T'es dans la lune" Fred Lebel "Baba O'Riley"
Jean-Pierre Ferland Julie Massicotte "Il était une fois des gens heureux" Meredith Marshall "Feeling Good" Joanie Roussel "Quand on ne vous aime plus"
Marc Dupré Edi Hysi "It Will Rain" Andie Duquette "Casser la voix" Alexe Gaudreault-Dallaire "Tout au bout de nos peines"
Ariane Moffat Valérie Carpentier "Video Games" Stevens Simeon "Soulman" Dany Flanders "Aimer d'amour"

Quarter finals

Each group now containing four contestants each would be reduced to half, with one candidated from each group chosen by the public vote and one other saved by the coach.

     The contestant saved by public vote
     The contestant saved by the coach
     The contestant is eliminated
Coach Contestant Song Contestant Song Contestant Song Contestant Song
Marie Mai Jacynthe Véronneau Belleville Rendez-vous Charlotte Cardin-Goyer Can't Take My Eyes Off You Jeffrey Piton Place de la République Valérie Amyot Candyman
Jean-Pierre Ferland Étienne Cotton Comme d'habitude Julie Massicotte Everybody Hurts Maria Janice Galvez Let It Rain Meredith Marshall Une femme avec toi
Marc Dupré Jérôme Couture Ce soir on danse à Naziland Jael Bird Joseph Father and Son Andie Duquette You Give Love a Bad Name Edi Hysi Ce que tu veux
Ariane Moffat Valérie Carpentier Skyfall Étienne Cousineau Memories Stevens Simeon Linoléum Valérie Clio Nerestant Time After Time

Semi-finals

In this round the two remaining contestants in each team would perform against each other to arrive at one finalist from each team. The coach would distribute his 100 points between his two contestants. To this would be added the percentages obtained through public vote to arrive at a general average to decide the finalist from the group.

     The contestant is saved and reaches the final
     The contestant is eliminated
Coach Contestant Song Points by Coach Points by public Total points Contestant Song Points by Coach Points by public Total points
Marie-Mai Jacynthe Véronneau Ave Maria 40 49 89 Charlotte Cardin-Goyer Hurt 60 51 111
Jean-Pierre Ferland Julie Massicotte Vivre avec celui qu'on aime 48 47 95 Étienne Cotton Coeur de rocker 52 53 105
Marc Dupré Jérôme Couture Cry Me a River 55 55 110 Jael Bird Jospeh Je voudrais voir New York 45 45 90
Ariane Moffat Valérie Carpentier Dis, quand reviendras-tu? 58 89 147 Étienne Cousineau Life on Mars? 42 11 53

Finale

Performances

In the final, the contestants had to sing a song written and composed by their respective coaches

Coach Participant Song Result
Marie-Mai Charlotte Cardin-Goyer "J'attends" Finalist
Jean-Pierre Ferland Étienne Cotton "Partir au vent" Finalist
Marc Dupré Jérôme Couture "Comme on attend le printemps" Finalist
Ariane Moffat Valérie Carpentier "À fleur de peau" Winner

Audiences

Season Broadcasts Audience (Market share)
Premiere Finale Average
1 20 January 2013 — 14 April 2013 2,593,000 (59%),[1][2]

References

External links

  • Official website
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