Jeanick Fournier wins “Canada’s Got Talent”

Jeanick Fournier’s dream has come true: the singer and beneficiary attendant from Saguenay is the grand champion of the show’s 2022 season Canada’s Got Talent.

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The suspense stretched to the very end. Last of the eight participants in the final to run, the 49-year-old artist was first selected among the three candidates who obtained the most votes from the public, who were responsible for determining the winner of the competition.

After dance troupe The Renegades were eliminated, only she and singer-songwriter Kellie Loder remained in contention.

After a few seconds which certainly seemed endless to him, Jeanick Fournier let out a huge cry of joy when the host Lindsay Ell pronounced his name.

“A huge thank you to the people of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec and Canada for your support. Thank you to my team, thank you to my family, thank you to my lover, thank you to my friends, thank you to my wonderful children”, said in French, then in English, the winner while her son Yohan, one of her two adopted children with trisomy-21, jumped into his arms.

His victory notably earned him a $150,000 purse and an invitation to take part in aAmerica’s Got Talentin Las Vegas.

after singing I Surrenderby Celine Dion, during her audition, then opted for Never Enoughyou film The stage masterin the semi-finals, Jeanick Fournier bet on a classic Queen for the final, The Show Must Go On.

Jeanick Fournier

Photo courtesy, Jag Gundu / Canada’s Got Talent

In a bright blue dress and supported by eight musicians, including a string section, Jeanick Fournier once again thrilled the crowd, and the judges, with his powerful voice and ease on stage.

“The only word that comes to mind is love,” Judge Howie Mandel told him.

The famous and sometimes ruthless Simon Cowell, special guest on Tuesday evening, told her afterwards that her story was incredible and that he understood why the public had chosen her to take part in the final. “You made an excellent choice of songs,” he noted.

Jeanick Fournier

Photo courtesy, Jag Gundu / Canada’s Got Talent


In an interview given before his last performance on the program broadcast by City-TV, Jeanick Fournier told the Journal that, win or lose, she will never forget the support shown to her by Quebecers during her adventure.

“I have nothing but gratitude and I want to say a huge thank you to the Quebec public. It created an extraordinary bond with people. What touches me a lot and feeds me is not knowing the number of views of my videos, it’s when Mme Thérèse comes to see me and says to me: you have given me chills, happiness and emotions that do me good. I think people recognize themselves in me. »

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