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FRANCE'S GOT TALENT


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Sugar Sammy joins the jury of the 13th, 14th and 15th seasons of La France a un incroyable talent (LFAUIT), the French version of America’s Got Talent. He teams up with Éric Antoine, Marianne James and Hélène Ségara. The hit show draws between 3 million and 4 million viewers per week. Produced by Fremantle Media, one of Europe’s leading TV, radio and production companies, the show is broadcast on M6, one of France’s biggest networks.

LA BATAILLE DU JURY

France’s M6 network’s show La France a un incroyable talent has expanded its success into a brand new show which pits the popular coaches against one another as they each mentor top contestants that they’ve each hand-picked from the Got Talent universe. La France a un incroyable talent: La Bataille du jury features the four La France a un incroyable talent judges, Sugar Sammy, Marianne James, Eric Antoine and Hélène Ségara mentoring 20 of the top contestants from the show’s previous seasons and 4 contestants from the Got Talent shows around the world in a head-to-head battle.

 

TRAILER SEASON 13
#LFAUIT : la nouvelle saison bientôt sur M6

La France a du talent ? La nouvelle saison de La France a un incroyable talent bientôt sur M6 !

Posted by SUGAR SAMMY on Friday, 28 September 2018
SUGAR SAMMY BEST OF SEASON 13
Sugar Sammy in Toronto, Ottawa, USA and France

For my english fans, here is a sneak peek of my behavior as a judge on France's Got Talent with subtitles.

Posted by SUGAR SAMMY on Saturday, 22 December 2018
SUGAR SAMMY BEST OF SEASON 14
Sugar Sammy en spectacle en Europe, USA et Montréal

Petits souvenirs de ma saison à La France a un incroyable talent

Posted by SUGAR SAMMY on Monday, 9 December 2019

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Replays can be watched from France and elsewhere.

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