X Factor, the musical show produced by FreemantleMedia and broadcast on M6, launches tomorrow at 20:45.
Building on the international success of the concept – 47 versions across the globe, with as many winners – X Factor is the leading singing competition open to all singers between 16 and 99, whether they sing alone or in groups, and whatever their genre or style of singing.
The aim of this TV show is to discover the most beautiful voices and musical talents of tomorrow, and it has become a real phenomenon.
Over 25,000 people have already been auditioned (some of them in the studios of Euro Media France).
At the end of the artist selection process, Sandrine Corman will present the live prime time shows, and Jérôme Anthony will be the presenter for the interactive features.
For 4 months, the show will be based at the Studios du Lendit and will use 1300m² of set.
The jury, made up of Veronic Dicaire (singer and impersonator), Christophe Willem (singer), Olivier Schultheis (composer) and Henry Padovani (founder member and ex-guitarist of the band The Police) will coach the 12 candidates through the competition.
Just one singer will receive a contract to record an album with a major label.