TF1 celebrates 20 years of “Star Ac” this Saturday with a new documentary

Nostalgia when you hold us. While “Loft Story” celebrated its 20th anniversary on April 26, it is the turn of another legendary program to celebrate its anniversary: ​​the “Star Academy”. It has been two decades since the first academicians entered the castle of Dammarie-les-Lys, under the watchful eye of viewers. To mark the occasion, TF1 will broadcast this Saturday an event documentary entitled The 20 years of Star Academy.

Unmissable televisual phenomenon, we remember that 11.8 million viewers followed the final of the first season won by Jenifer against Mario. It will be an opportunity to see again those who made the success of the program launched on October 20, 2001 and which, in eight seasons, revealed many talents of French song such as Jenifer, Nolwenn Leroy, Olivia Ruiz, Emma Daumas and Grégory Lemarchal . Among the guests, we will notably find Nikos Aliagas, the historical host of the program; Alexia Laroche-Joubert, the producer and director of five of the nine seasons; Kamel Ouali, the choreographer and dance teacher; Nathalie André, director of the 3rd season; Matthieu Gonet, musical director and Armande Altaï, singing teacher.

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Without forgetting the emblematic participants like Elodie Frégé, who won season 3; Jean-Pascal Lacoste, eliminated at the gates of the season 1 finale; Mario Barravecchia, the season 1 finalist; Aurélie Konaté, eliminated just before the semi-final of season 2; Emma Daumas, semi-finalist of season 2; Michal Kwiatkowski, season 3 finalist; Mathieu Johann, semi-finalist of season 4; Karima Charni, candidate for season 4; Magali Vaé, the winner of season 5; or even Cyril Cinélu, the winner of season 6.

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