She finished as runner-up on the most recent series of The Voice: la plus belle voix.
And in a few days time Lucie Vagenheim will go for gold once more as she competes in the semi-finals of Destination Eurovision.
Lucie, who from a young age has dance, sung and performed in the theatre, delivered a haunting performance of James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” during her blind audition, leading judges Mika and Florent Pagny to turn their chairs almost instantly.
Lucie also has a YouTube channel where she performs covers of songs like Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” and Woodkid’s “I Love You”.
In both instances she manages to put a new spin on the tracks, delivering them with heart, clear English and that beautiful voice.
Her Destination Eurovision entry “My World” is her debut single and, in keeping with previous songs in the selection, sounds thoroughly contemporary and now.
Qui est cette artiste ? Que veut-elle faire ? Ouvrez grand vos oreilles et regardez son portrait en exclu, avant de la retrouver dans #DestinationEurovision, à partir du 13 janvier 2018 sur @france2tv !@LucieVagenheim pic.twitter.com/jbu2cjZXh1
— Eurovision France ?? (@EurovisionF2) January 3, 2018
In the snippet she asks listeners: “Are you ready for my world, to enter my heart, are you ready for my world?”
YES WE ARE!
It’s clear that Lucie is a true Eurovision fan: In her video she speaks of regularly watching the show with her mother and being absolutely mad for Sweden’s staging.
DESTINATION EUROVISION – KNOWN COMPETITORS
- Malo’ – “Ciao”
- June the Girl – “Same”
- Louka – “Mamma Mia”
- IGIT – “Lisboa Jérusalem”
- Emmy Liyana – “Ok ou ko”
- Madame Monsieur – “Mercy”
- Sweem — “Là-haut” (Yonder)
- Noée – “L’un près de l’autre”
- Pheno Men — “Jamais sans toi”
- Lucie Vagenheim — “My World”
The first semi airs on 13 January. Nine songs will compete in each of the two semi-finals, and four songs from each semi will go to the grand final.
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