Marie-Mai’s daughter on stage for Canada Day – “My little finger tells me that this is not the last time we will see her on a “stage”, confides Marie-Mai

Marie-Mai’s daughter on stage for Canada Day – “My little finger tells me that this is not the last time we will see her on a “stage”, confides Marie-Mai
Marie-Mai’s daughter on stage for Canada Day – “My little finger tells me that this is not the last time we will see her on a “stage”, confides Marie-Mai

Marie-Mai’s daughter Gisèle found herself on the same stage as her famous mom on Monday, during the Canada Day show in Ottawa. “So proud of my big Gigi,” the singer wrote under the photo of her daughter shared on Instagram.



Screenshot from Instagram, @mariemaireal

“Canada Day production was looking for a little girl to carry a paper airplane… Knowing Gigi’s love of the stage, we offered it. It was absolutely magical to see her overcome her fear… It was the first time she was on such a big stage… A few seconds before going on stage, she didn’t want to do it anymore and at the last minute she said: OK, I’ll do it! Both of her parents like to take risks in life. To see her follow in our footsteps in her own way is super touching. She was so proud of herself… I have a feeling that this won’t be the last time we’ll see her on a stage “, Marie-Mai confided to the Journal.

Wearing a red dress for the occasion, the 7-year-old girl flew a huge red paper airplane above her head in a scene celebrating 100 years of the Royal Canadian Air Force. The little blonde, daughter of singer-songwriter David Laflèche, seemed to take her job very seriously.

“Not a little proud of what we accomplished as a family this weekend! Hosting Canada Day, performing for the first time On the floor and witness Gigi’s first solo steps on stage… Good work David Laflèche. We have something to be proud of!! Always cool to work alongside you! Gigi and mom xxx,” the singer also wrote under an Instagram post on Tuesday morning.

Marie-Mai hosted the Canada Day afternoon with Jay Malinowski, musician and member of the group Bedouin Soundclash. The latter did not fail to emphasize the pleasure he had working with his Quebec co-host.

“What an absolute pleasure to co-host this Canada Day show with Marie-Mai. Let’s do it again!” he wrote under a photo of the pair backstage.

The singer-songwriter, who will soon turn 40, performed her new song On the floor for the first time on stage in front of the crowd of festival-goers dressed in red and white. The release of his next album is scheduled for the fall.

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