‘Canada’s Got Talent’ Winner Jeanick Fournier Releases Two New Songs
Canada’s Got Talent winner Jeanick Fournier has released two new songs, one in English and one in French. The singer has also teased that she has an album coming up, and these new tracks give us a preview of what to expect.
‘CGT’ Winner Jeanick Fournier Releases Two New Songs
The first new song Jeanick released on Friday is called “Moment.” It’s a powerful pop anthem that shows off the incredible voice that won Jeanick the CGT competition earlier this year. In the lyrics, Jeanick wonders, “Should I keep going?”
The second song Jeanick debuted this week is in French. It’s called “Ça ira,” which translates to “It’ll be fine.” Jeanick sounds just as amazing on this track as the other one. The songs join her previous release “I Surrender” (a Celine Dion cover) as a preview of her upcoming album.
Earlier this month, Jeanick shared that “I Surrender” was the first single from the new album, which is due out on October 7. She also teased that fans can expect music videos coming up, as she posted a behind-the-scenes video from her “Moment” video shoot.
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Jeanick Earned the Golden Buzzer on ‘Canada’s Got Talent’
Jeanick is a singer from Quebec who shared in her CGT audition that she was a palliative care attendant and mother of two. She wowed the judges with her cover of “I Surrender” by Celine Dion, earning the Golden Buzzer from host Lindsay Ell.
The singer ended up winning the entire season, after singing “Never Enough” from The Greatest Showman and “The Show Must Go On” by Queen. So many viewers voted in the Finals that the website actually crashed.
We can’t wait to hear what else Jeanick has up her sleeve when her debut album is released October 7. You can order an autographed CD copy on her website.