Music Victory After six weeks of competition, the final of the TF1 show was broadcast on Saturday evening. And Anisha won this 2022 edition of the “Star Ac”
Anisha, Enola, Léa and Louis, the finalists of the 2022 edition of the ” Star Academy”. — Benjamin Decoin
The competition will have lasted; six weeks. The new season of Star Academyended on Saturday evening, as the four finalists battled it out for a chance to win the famous TF1 show. It’s Anisha, 22, who finally won. this 2022 edition facing; Enola, Léa and Louis, the three other finalists.
For this revival of telecrochet, the young woman had been noticed. During the season launch bonus, his cover of I’m sickhad upset the public and received congratulations from Serge Lama.
100,000 euros and an album
This is the consecration for the management student who lives in Paris. Sannois in the Val-d’Oise and is from Madagascar. Several artists have already announced their wish to work with her, in particular Slimane and Claudio Capéo. During the final, Anisha sang; with the artist Soprano on the title Roule before doing his own interpretation of the song Hallelujah which seems to have won; all votes.
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After the public vote, Anisha then faced off. Enola and won. She then presented; her first single, De l&àgrave;-haut, which she interpreted; on stage for the first time. The big winner leaves with 100,000 euros as well as an album from Sony Music France, enough to propel her start to her career.
TF1 satisfied with the audience
TF1 was pleased this Sunday with the audiences for the season of “Star Academy” antenna this fall. “Large leader”, the finale of this tenth season was watched on average by 3.8 million viewers, a “true success” which is available on all targets, underlined; the channel in a press release.
The show thus brought together 44% of the public on the queen target of “women mainly responsible for purchases under 50”, according to figures presented by TF1. By age groups, the audience share was 58% for 15-34 year olds, 42% for 25-49 year olds and 61% for 25-34 year olds. For the channel, the good results of the final confirm those recorded throughout the season. Excluding the final and semi-final, the program attracted “an average of 4.2 million viewers” in prime time, an “exceptional record,” TF1. For its part, “La Quotidienne” was “a hit with viewership,” averaging 1.9 million viewers, she added.