Beautiful performance of "Je t'aime" by Xenia Kann at the children's show "Voice"
"Je t'aime" - famous french song Lara Fabian from the album "Pure" 1997 of the year. Translated into Russian, the name sounds like "I love you." It is noteworthy that the penetrating lyrics were addressed Rick Allison - a friend and producer of the singer, with whom he had a stormy romantic relationship for a long time ... Despite the gentle name, the composition, alas, sings not only a bright feeling, but also selfishness ... The uncomplicated music video has gained more than 24 million views as of 2022.
Over the years, the song has been loved by many. young performers who often chose her for their performances on talent show. Charming Xenia Kann became one of them. The girl came to the 9th season of the project "Voice. Children" and impressed the jury members on the spot! For their 13 years Ksyusha perfectly feels the depth of the lyrics, the melody, and also French pronunciation of words that did not go unnoticed. And, of course, it is impossible not to note her beauty and ability to stay on stage.
Everything three judges turned to Ksyusha and enjoyed her performance, and when it ended, the real wrestling for the heart of a young singer. Everyone wanted the girl to go to his team! Polina Gagarina even decided to cheat and invited the contestant to perform this work in a duet, to which Ksenia, of course, agreed. It is worth noting that at one time Gagarina sang "Je t'aime" at the competition "New wave" in Jurmala. So it is quite possible that this number made her nostalgic ... But let's get back to the duet: soon Basta and Creed arrived on stage, and the duet grew into a group! But in the end the girl chose the team Basty.
During Ksenia's performance, a woman at the piano accompanied beautifully. Later, the girl admitted that this was her teacher solfeggio.
In a few weeks, the video has gained more than 145 thousand views. Given the talent and charisma of Ksenia at such a tender age, she is guaranteed a great and bright future on stage! If, of course, it does not abandon the music.