Odem (The Voice 2024) discusses his relationship with his coach Vianney

Odem (The Voice 2024) discusses his relationship with his coach Vianney
Odem (The Voice 2024) discusses his relationship with his coach Vianney

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He is one of the great returners of the 2024 season of The Voice on TF1. Odem is part of Vianney’s team, one of the season’s juries. Before that, the 29-year-old had already tried his luck during the 2017 edition. However, no member of the jury had turned around during the blind auditions. A heartbreak for Odem at the time: “At the time, it hurt me”he confided in an interview with Tele-Leisure in February 2024. “I’m not the same person as last time, quite a few years have passed. I sang a lot, I learned a lot, I worked a lot and I’m coming back stronger”, he assured.

Odem (The Voice 2024) speaks openly about his relationship with his coach Vianney

As the grand finale approaches The Voice which will take place on May 25, Odem was this Wednesday, May 15 the guest of the Buzz TV of TV Magazine. Asked about Vianney’s behavior towards the candidates, the young man spoke openly about his relationship with his coach: “You took a salad bowl, you put everything in it, you mixed everything”he joked before ensuring: Vianney is truly an exceptional person. She is a sensitive, generous, kind, hard-working, demanding person. Musically, he’s a monster, he’s almost a genius, he’s too strong. He has an incredible musical culture. He puts out stuff like that… He has music in his blood and it’s great for us.”

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Vianney cash on the candidates who “have no chance” to win The Voice

If Odem seems to be on track to become the potential winner of The Voiceother candidates are far from the mark as Vianney made known in the columns of We both last February: “Some people have no chance for that and that’s okay. It doesn’t call into question their talent, they’re just not in the right place, or at the right time, to capture the maximum amount of light.” And to add: “You also have to know how to tell truths that are not easy to hear, but we have all been through refusals. That’s what makes music move forward.”

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