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Moroccan Lilya Adad Mesmerizes Jury of ‘The Voice’ France

Rabat – During her blind audition in the Voice France, The 17-year old Moroccan amateur singer, Lilya Adad, attracted a great deal of attention from both the jury and the audience by her charming vocals.

The rising star, who is from the city of Rabat, performed  Yves Montant’s legendary song: Les Feuilles Mortes.

While only two members of the jury pressed the buzz, the jury members of the competition have all lauded her incredible performance.

The jury of the seventh edition of the TV program includes Nikos Aliagas, Zazie, Florent Pagny, Mika and Pascal Obispo.

After her incredible performance, both Mika and  Florent Pagny tried to convince the talented lady to choose their team.Lilya then chose Mika, a Lebanese-born English singer and songwriter.

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