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Louis : be careful, this candidate from the Star Academy could show off all the colors in the production

In each promotion of the Star Academy, there is a need for one. Louis could well be the nice and funny candidate for this 2023 season.

Behind the scenes at Star Academy, the excitement is palpable as the thirteen students of the class of 2023 prepare to take part. take their first steps in the musical adventure that could change their lives. Among them, Louis, a candidate who is already shaping up to be a success. like a tornado within the castle.

Originally from the Grand Est, this 24-year-old Vosges native, who has just graduated from in artistic design, is about to enter working life. But it is towards music that his heart leans, a passion that he cultivated by learning the guitar at home. Nancy. Louis is much more than just an aspiring artist; it's a "scrounge" determined à represent your region with dignity.

Described as the "future clown of the castle", Louis defines himself as a "tornado," all "antics". This character trait promises to forge a unique place for him in the hearts of viewers and within the castle. France Bleu, which revealed his identity before the big launch, highlighted the atypical career path of this young man with his career. both passionate and passionate basketball and drawing.

A Star Ac fan from the start

Free spirit and eternal dreamer, Louis has already revealed an aspect of his state of mind : "I'm an 8 year old kid who doesn't want to grow up and who wants to accomplish his dreams." His reference to Georges-Alain and Grégory Lemarchal (but not Jean-Pascal Lacoste?) testify to a deep attachment to nature. the legacy of the Star Academy, having been faithful from the first hour in the company of his family.

While Louis prepares to join his family. As you pass through the gates of the castle, the question remains: which facet will prevail during this experience? Will we attend the emergence of the fierce competitor or the deployment of his prankster temperament? One thing is certain, his entry into the competition is impatiently awaited, and he risks shaking up the production with his stage presence as unpredictable as it is exciting.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116