While the eighth season of 'The Voice Kids' will begin on August 20 on TF1, the new coach Julien Doré gave an interview to 'TV Magazine' on August 11, 2022. And he came back with an open heart on his recent role as dad.
On August 20, TF1 will kick off the eighth season of The Voice Kids . This year, the children will be accompanied by Kendji and Patrick Fiori but also by two newcomers: Louane and Julien Dore . A new cap for the 40-year-old singer who, as part of the promotion of the show, recently took the opportunity to return to the other great role of his life: that of a father . In an exclusive interview with TV Magazine on August 11, the singer confirmed that he took this new string to his bow very seriously, and he therefore took the opportunity to return to his recent paternity. In effect, former candidate for New star became the father of a little boy, whose first name is not known, in March 2021 .
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But did you know Patrick Fiori's talent as an imitator?
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During this interview, rare enough to be underlined, Julien Doré drew some parallels between the two new caquettes of his life . ' I suddenly felt capable of no longer being the big brother and also being the explaining dad. It was new to me. It gave a lot of love and benevolence to my role as coach ', he explained in particular. Before continuing: 'It's wonderful to be able to listen to the world of childhood sing life to us. Being a dad is also an extension of that: listening to your child sing life to us and making sure that it is the prettiest for you. him' . Julien Doré also confided that during this new season, he wanted the children to understand 'that we had listened to them, that we had things to say to them, advice to give them for the future...' .
Although he is very discreet about his private life, this is not the first time that Julien Doré has discussed his role as a father in an interview . Already last June, the one whose latest album Aimee (a tribute to his grandmother of the same name) was certified triple platinum, had delivered himself in the columns of Entertainment TV . 'Being a father makes me want to be better' , he said then. 'I can't be both responsible for a presence on this planet and allow myself to sink into pessimism. I had absolutely no idea when I wrote that I was going to be a dad, that's what's crazy' , he also confided.