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The Voice – La plus belle voix

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The Voice – La plus belle voix
Created by
Directed byTristan Carné
Presented by
Country of originFrance
Original languageFrench
No. of seasons13
No. of episodes156
Executive producersThierry Lachkar
John de Mol
Production locationStudio Lendit 3 & 4
Running timeca. 2 hours
Production companiesEndemol Shine France (seasons 1-6)
ITV Studios France (season 7-present)
Original release
Release25 February 2012 (2012-02-25) –

The Voice : La plus belle voix (lit.'The most beautiful voice') is a reality singing competition on TF1. It is France's version of The Voice format created by John de Mol. The first episode aired on 25 February 2012. It is the second time that the format has been produced in French after the Belgian version The Voice Belgique.

One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents on their team and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the auditioning contestant.


The series consists of three phases: a blind audition, a battle phase, and live performance shows. Four judges/coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process. Each judge has the length of the auditioner's performance (about one minute) to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team; if two or more judges want the same singer (as happens frequently), the singer has the final choice of coach. Another twist is brought to the show, the block. Beside the big red button, each coaches have 3 other buttons which have the name of other coach. If the coach want an artist but doesn't want a rival coaches to get that artist, they can hit the button with the name of the coach that they want to block, it will automatically blocks that other coaches and spin the chair. If the blocked coach choose to turn around, their entire chair lighting will stay red, the "JE VOUS VEUX" text below the chair will not appear and the LED screen toward them will say "BLOQUE" instead, not the coaches name. In season 12, can block another coach at any time, even during their pitch. When a coach is blocked, his/her chair turns back.

Each team of singers is mentored and developed by its respective coach. In the second stage, called the battle phase, coaches have two of their team members battle against each other directly by singing the same song together, with the coach choosing which team member to advance from each of four individual "battles" into the first live round. Within that first live round, the surviving acts from each team again compete head-to-head, with a combination of public and jury vote deciding who advances onto the next round. In the final phase, the remaining contestants (top 8) compete against each other in live broadcasts. The television audience and the coaches have equal say 50/50 in deciding who moves on to the final 4 phase. With one team member remaining for each coach, the final 4 contestants compete against each other in the finale with the outcome decided solely by public vote.

Development, production and marketing

In late 2011 French production company Shine France bought the format and the large national television chains, including TF1 and M6, expressed interest. TF1 eventually won the contract and the format was aired in 2012 as a replacement to the long running Star Academy series.[1]

Winners and winning coaches

  • The first season was won by Stéphan Rizon, a contestant on Team Florent.
  • The second season was won by Yoann Fréget, a contestant on Team Garou.
  • The third season was won by Kendji Girac, a contestant on Team Mika.
  • The fourth season was won by Lilian Renaud, a contestant on Team Zazie.
  • The fifth season was won by Slimane Nebchi, a contestant on Team Florent.
  • The sixth season was won by Lisandro Cuxi, a contestant on Team Matt.
  • The seventh season was won by Maëlle Pistoia, a contestant on Team Zazie.
  • The eighth season was won by Whitney Marin, a contestant on Team Mika.
  • The ninth season was won by Abi Bernadoth, a contestant on Team Pascal.
  • The tenth season was won by Marghe Davico, a contestant on Team Florent.
  • The all stars season was won by Anne Sila, a contestant on Team Florent.
  • The eleventh season was won by Nour Brousse, a contestant on Team Florent.
  • The twelfth season was won by Aurélien Vivos, a contestant on Team Zazie.
  • The thirteenth season was won by Alphonse, a contestant on Team Zazie.

Coaches and hosts


Coach 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Florent Pagny
Jenifer [a]
Louis Bertignac
Mika [b]
Matt Pokora
Pascal Obispo
Julien Clerc
Amel Bent
Marc Lavoine
Lara Fabian
Nolwenn Leroy[c] C.S.
Bigflo & Oli
Camille Lellouche C.S.
  1. ^ Jenifer participated as the "Supercoach" in season 13.
  2. ^ Mika participated as the "Supercoach" in season 12.
  3. ^ Leroy was season 11's online "Comeback Stage" coach. On the live shows, she joined the other coaches on the main chairs.


Presenters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Nikos Aliagas
Virginie de Clausade
Karine Ferri

Series overview

Warning: the following table presents a significant amount of different colors.

The Voice: la plus belle voix series overview
Season Aired Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Fifth place Winning coach Presenters Coaches (chairs' order)
Main Backstage 1 2 3 4 C.S
1 2012 Stéphan Rizon Louis Delort Al.Hy Aude Henneville Florent Pagny Nikos Aliagas Virginie de Clausade Florent Jenifer Louis Garou
2 2013 Yoann Fréget Olympe Nuno Resende Loïs Silvin Garou Karine Ferri
3 2014 Kendji Girac Maximilien Philippe Amir Haddad Wesley Semé Mika Mika
4 2015 Lilian Renaud Anne Sila David Thibault Côme Zazie Zazie
5 2016 Slimane Nebchi MB14 Antoine Galey Clément Verzi Florent Pagny Mika Zazie Garou
6 2017 Lisandro Cuxi Lucie Vagenheim Vincent Vinel Nicola Cavallaro Matt Pokora Matt
7 2018 Maëlle Pistoia Raffi Arto Yoann Casanova Xam Hurricane Zazie Zazie Mika Pascal
8 2019 Whitney Marin Clément Albertini Sidoine Rémy Pierre Danaé Mika Julien Jenifer Soprano
9 2020 Abi Bernadoth Gustine Tom Rochet Antoine Delie Pascal Obispo Lara Amel Marc Pascal
10 2021 Marghe Davico Jim Bauer Mentissa Aziza Cyprien Zéni Florent Pagny Florent Vianney Marc
11 2022 Nour Brousse Mister Mat Vike Caroline Costa Loris Triolo Nikos Aliagas Nolwenn
12 2023 Aurélien Vivos Micha Jérémy Levif Arslane Zazie Zazie Bigflo & Oli
13 2024 Alphonse Baptiste Sartoria Gabriel Lobao Iris Fournier Shanys Vianney Zazie Mika Camille

The Voice All-Stars

For the first-decade anniversary special of The Voice France, and for the first time in the history of The Voice, there will be 5 coaches for 5 individual seats under the first All-Stars version, where contestants from previous seasons will participate.

The Voice All-Stars series overview
Season Aired Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Fifth place Sixth place Winning coach Presenters Coaches (chairs' order)
1 2 3 4 5
1 2021 Anne Sila Louis Delort MB14 Terrence James Amalya Delepierre Manon Maley Florent Pagny Nikos Aliagas,
Karine Ferri
Florent Jenifer Mika Zazie Patrick

Coaches' teams and finalists

  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place/Eliminated
  •   Fifth place/Eliminated
Winners are in bold, finalists in the finale are listed first, stolen artists are in italicized font, and eliminated artists are in small font.
Season Florent Pagny Jenifer Louis Bertignac Garou No fifth coach
1 Stéphan Rizon
Dominique Magloire
Stéphanie Lamia
Lise Darly
Thomas Mignot
Sonia Lacen
Aude Henneville
Louis Delort
Jhony Maalouf
Blandine Aggery
2 Nuno Resende
Benjamin Bocconi
Pierre G.
Anthony Touma
Laura Chab
Sarah Bismuth
Loïs Silvin
Louane Emera
Cécilia Pascal
Yoann Fréget
Emmanuel Djob
Baptiste Defromont
3 Florent Pagny Jenifer Mika Garou
Wesley Semé
Stacey King
Juliette Moraine
Amir Haddad
Manon Trinquier
La Petite Shade
Kendji Girac
Élodie Martelet
Fréro Delavega
Caroline Savoie
Maximilien Philippe
Natacha Andreani
4 Florent Pagny Jenifer Mika Zazie
Anne Sila
Camille Lellouche
Awa Sy
Elvya Gary
Battista Acquaviva
Alvy Zamé
Manon Palmer
David Thibault
Hiba Tawaji
Yassine Jebli
Sharon Laloum
Lilian Renaud
Guilhem Valayé
Yoann Launey
Mathilde Bonneterre
5 Florent Pagny Mika Zazie Garou
Slimane Nebchi
Amandine Rapin
Lucyl Cruz
Ana Ka
Gabriella Laberge
Tamara Weber-Fillon
Clément Verzi
Léna Woods
Antoine Galey
Alexandre Carcelen
6 Florent Pagny Mika Zazie Matt Pokora
Lucie Vagenheim
Hélène Siau
Julia Paul
Vincent Vinel
Audrey Joumas
Imane Mchangama
The SugaZz
Nicola Cavallaro
Matthieu Baronne
Marvin Dupré
Emmy Liana
Lisandro Cuxi
Ann-Shirley Ngoussa
7 Florent Pagny Zazie Mika Pascal Obispo
Raffi Arto
Yasmine Ammari
Maëlle Pistoia
B. Demi-Mondaine
Edouard Edouard
Liv Del Estal
Yoann Casanova
Frédéric Longbois
Sherley Parédès
Xam Hurricane
Betty Patural
8 Julien Clerc Jenifer Mika Soprano
Pierre Danaé
Théophile Renier
Sidoine Rémy
Léona Winter
Arezki & Geoffrey
Whitney Marin
Gjon's Tears
London Loko
Clément Albertini
Scam Talk & Mayeul
9 Lara Fabian Amel Bent Marc Lavoine Pascal Obispo
Cheyenne Janas
Maria Cuche
Tom Rochet
Térence James
Antoine Delie
Antony Trice
Abi Bernadoth
Baby J
10 Florent Pagny Amel Bent Vianney Marc Lavoine
Marghe Davico
Giada Capraro
Cyprien Zeni
Niki Black
Mentissa Aziza Jim Bauer
Arthur Chaminade
All-Stars 1 Florent Pagny Jenifer Mika Zazie Patrick Fiori
Anne Sila
Manon Maley
Dominique Magloire
Amalya Delepierre Terrence James
Anthony Touma
Victoria Adamo
Paul Ventimila
Will Barber
Demi Mondaine
Gjon's Tears
Louis Delort
Flo Malley
Antoine Galey
11 Florent Pagny Amel Bent Vianney Marc Lavoine Nolwenn Leroy
(Comeback stage)
Nour Brousse
Lou Dassi
Mary Milton
Doryan Ben
Mister Mat
Pauline Nagy
Louise Charbonnel
Caroline Costa
Loris Triolo
Loris Triolo
12 Zazie Amel Bent Vianney Bigflo & Oli No fifth coach
Aurélien Vivos Micha
Jérémy Levif
13 Vianney Zazie Mika Bigflo & Oli Camille Lellouche
(Comeback stage)
Baptiste Sartoria
Gabriel Lobao
Clément Massy
Iris Fournier


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