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Thursday, 30 January 2014 23:15

France: Aline Lahoud Auditions for The Voice

Aline Lahoud, the female vocalist who was supposed to represent Lebanon at the 2005 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest with the track Quand Tout S'Enfuit prior to the surprise withdrawal is hoping to restart her career in France, by virtue of auditioning for La Plus Belle Voix (The Voice). Aline is the daughter of famous vocalist, Salwa Al Katrib and has now moved onto the next round of the competition following a brilliant audition in front of the four professional judges.

She will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Nuno Resende and Lise Darly, representatives of Belgium and Monaco in 2005 who also got through to the final stages of the competition last year and the year before that. Nuno was somewhat more successful though, having reached the final show, and finished in third place. His entry Le Grand Soir was perfect at the Eurovision Song Contest but did not succeed in getting a place into the finals back then. Surprising enough, Aline did not choose fellow Lebanese singer Mika as her coach, selecting Florent Pagny, something which also Lise and Nuno had done. Whilst wishing Aline Lahoud the very best of luck, we ask you to stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all the latest news.

Source: La Plus Belle Voix