Natasha St-Pier appointed spokesperson for the French jury

Natasha St-Pier appointed spokesperson for the French jury
Natasha St-Pier appointed spokesperson for the French jury

On May 11, Natasha St-Pier will be responsible for announcing the 12 points awarded by the French jury during the Eurovision final in Sweden.

Soon back on your screens: Natasha St-Pier. The big winner of the competition Dance with the stars of TF1 has been appointed spokesperson for the French jury for the Eurovision final, on the night of Saturday May 11 to Sunday May 12 in Malmö (Sweden).

As BFMTV.com learned from France Télévisions, confirming information from 20 Minutes, the Canadian singer will have the mission of announcing the 12 points awarded by the French judges, all in front of the 160 million viewers gathered on the Vieux Continent.

As the daily reminds us, Natasha St-Pier and Eurovision have a common history dating back more than 20 years. She represented France in 2001 in Denmark by performing I only have my soula performance which took her to fourth place.

A taste of Slimane’s performance

The true voice of France at Eurovision 2024 will still remain Slimane and his song My love. Alexandra Redde-Amiel, the head of the French delegation, provided some details about this performance after a first rehearsal on Thursday May 2.

The singer, dressed entirely in white, will be followed by a cameraman during a long sequence shot, that is to say without cutting. An invitation to make the public “your partner”, according to Alexandra Redde-Amiel. She sums it all up in a sequence “at once simple, in emotion and intensity”.

At this stage, bookmakers expect a ranking in 6th place for the Frenchman, far ahead of La Zarra, who was ranked 16th in the 2023 edition, and Alvan & Ahez, penultimate in 2022.

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