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Canadian singer Garou succeeds Alain Delon as chair of Miss France jury


November 30, 2013/9.29

After Alain Delon quit as the honorary chairman of the Miss France jury over a falling-out surrounding his right-wing political activity, there was a question mark over his successor. Metro has revealed that singer Garou will take Delon’s place as Miss France leads up to its final on December 7 at the Zénith in Dijon.
   Garou, a Québecois singer, is already well known to French TV audiences, being one of the judges on the French version of The Voice, on TF1, the same channel as Miss France.
   He will join singers Sylvie Vartan, Elodie Frégé (Star Academy) and Vincent Niclo, comedian Titoff, 13 heures presenter Jean-Pierre Pernaut and his partner, Nathalie Marquay (Miss France 1987), who, along with the French public, will decide on the successor to Marine Lorphelin, Miss France 2013.
   The final will be MCed by Jean-Pierre Foucault. The very lengthy telecast sees the candidates in various tableaux, this time with a Disney-esque and fairy-tale theme. Sets themed on Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Snow White are planned for the final.

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One thought on ‘Canadian singer Garou succeeds Alain Delon as chair of Miss France jury

  1. Sylvie Vartan is definitely the most popular celebrity of all time on this panel. She has sold 50 millions records, has done 2000 magazine covers and was just elected the most popular french female singer of all time with Edith Piaf.She is also a big Star in Japan, Italy, Argentina, Spain,Netherlands, South Korea…. She just released a new CD “Sylvie in Nashville” that tops the charts in France

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