America’s Got Talent (AGT) will premiere its newest spin-off, America’s Got Talent: All-Stars season, on NBC on Monday, January 2, 2023, at 8 p.m. ET. The show will include 60 past Got Talent competitors from across the globe who performed unforgettable performances across all franchises. Contestants in the spin-off include musicians, dancers, magicians, aerialists, novelty acts, ventriloquists, and many more.
Jeanick Fournier, the winner of Canada’s Got Talent 2022, will return to the series to participate in AGT: All-Stars. Her website describes her as having a voice “so strong that they steal your breath away the minute you first hear them.”
More information about AGT: All Stars participant Jeanick Fournier and her experience on the program
Jeanick said ahead of her audition for Canada’s Got Talent that she began singing at the age of seven in church with a nun. She adopted two children with Down syndrome, a boy, Juan, and a daughter, Emma, and hopes that by winning the $1 million cash prize, she would be able to set an example for her children and offer them a better life. Jeanick is a palliative care beneficiary attendant from Chicoutimi, Quebec, in addition to being a singer and a mother. She studied English by studying her favorite singers, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Lara Fabien, and Barbara Streisand, and “emulating their breathing, pronunciation, and style of speaking in interviews,” according to her official competition profile.
The AGT: All Stars participant sang Celine Dion’s I Surrender for her audition on Canada’s Got Talent 2022. Her vocal range, pitch, and flawless notes astounded the judges, who gave her a standing ovation at the conclusion. They thought the audition was “amazing” and were “completely blown away.”
Following the judges’ comments, presenter Lindsay Ell stepped out, walked up to the panel, and gave Jeanick her moment by pushing the Golden Buzzer. The vocalist upped the bar in the semi-finals phase by performing Never Enough from the feature film The Greatest Showman and blew the crowd and judges away with her skills, winning a place in the finals.
The AGT: All Stars participant had to sing in front of judges Howie Mandel, Lilly Singh, Kardinal Offishall, Trish Stratus, and special guest judge Simon Cowell for her final performance. She won the 2022 season of Canada’s Got Talent after performing in Queen’s The Show Must Go On. Jeanick got a deal with Universal Music Canada after the conclusion of Canada’s Got Talent earlier this year. She has since released two new songs, the pop anthem Moment and the French ballad an ira, which translates to “It’ll Be Fine.” On October 7, 2022, she will also release her new album.
Jeanick will perform on AGT: All Stars in front of judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, and Heidi Klum. Terry Fator (season 2), singer Kodi Lee (season 14), and spoken word artist Brandon Leake are among the other AGT winners slated to return (season 15). The forthcoming concert will offer a plethora of abilities that will wow fans. While some of the contenders will be known to viewers since they are fan favorites, they will also see prior participants, finalists, and champions from other franchises who will wow fans with their performances.