Rugby World Cup: a juror from The Voice chosen to provide the pre-show for the final Follow us

The Rugby World Cup is currently taking place in France. Kick off of this new edition was given on September 8. And although the XV of France did not lack enthusiasm, desire and vitality, it was eliminated from the competition on the verge of the semi-final, on October 15, following the match played against South Africa. A difficult defeat to swallow for the French rugby team.

Antoine Dupont, the captain of the XV of France, shared his impressions regarding arbitration assured during the match.I don’t want to be the bitter person who complains about the refereeing because he lost the match, but I’m not sure that the refereeing was at the level of the issue today“, he declared, referring to a contested decision taken by a referee during the match.

Rugby World Cup: a juror from The Voice will put on the show before the final

France will therefore not play the final of the Rugby World Cup. The semi-finals will pit Argentina against New Zealand, as well as England against South Africa. The winners will compete for the final victory on October 28, 2023. And to ensure the show before the grand finaleit was a singer who served as a juror on the show The Voice who was chosen.

This is Mika, who was part of the tele-hook jury from 2014 to 2019. This announcement was recently made by World Rugby, through a press release. The interpreter of Relax will be accompanied by the choir of the Maîtrise Populaire of the Opéra-Comique for the occasion. Delighted to perform this service, Mika expressed his enthusiasm at the idea to perform in front of the public, this October 28. He notably made a statement on this subject. “I am delighted to be part of the 2023 Rugby World Cup final. The ambition of this show is to create a bubble of energy, love, color and joy with the children of the Maîtrise Populaire de l’Opéra-Comique, so that all the spectators can then fully enjoy the intensity of the finalists’ anthems and an exceptional rugby match”, he said.