‘The Voice France’ Crowns New Winner of Record-Breaking Season
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The Voice France just declared a new winner after a season full of record-breaking and incredible performances. Marghe Davico from Team Florent Pagny took home the win as 5.4 million people tuned in to the show produced by ITV Studios France.
Marghe Davico Wins Record-Breaking Season of ‘The Voice France’
In its 10th season, The Voice France had an average of 5.7 million viewers each week. The show dominated the 15-43 age group with 43% of viewers falling in this category. This is the first time since 2014 that the show has completely taken over this demographic. A 36% market share in the key demographic of 50-year-olds has given this season the best overall viewership since 2017.
Jim Bauer from Marc Lavoine’s team, Mentissa Aziza from Vianney’s team, and Cyprien Zeni from Amel Bent’s team also competed in the finale. Jim and Marghe were chosen to move on to the second half of the finale based on viewers’ votes. In the end, it was the singer from Madagascar that won over the audience with 68% of the votes.
This marks Florent’s third win as a coach on The Voice France. He skipped out on the past two seasons of the show. His big return was definitely worth the wait as he adds another win under his belt serving as Marghe’s coach.
The 21-year-old had two chairs turning for her during her Blind Audition. She sang “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” against Chiara Oldano in the next round and advanced on. In the Cross Battles, Marghe went head to head with Anik Saint-Pierre of Team Amel. She sang “Don’t Start Now” by Dua Lipa. She stunned viewers with her original song “Forget Everything” during the finale and the coaches knew she was the clear winner of the season even before it was announced.