A show high in color

Art 19 July, 2017
  • Bruno Lapointe

    Tuesday, 18 July 2017 22:56

    Tuesday, 18 July 2017 22:56

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    “I’m the bitch of Montreal ! “, has launched Mado Lamotte in the early evening. And the famous drag queen has done honour to that reputation on Tuesday, with the fourth edition of his variety show Mado”s Got Talent. An evening of kitsch, edgy, and frankly very funny.

    It may have several guests that follow one another on the stage of Mado”s Got Talent, the star of the evening, it is Mado itself. Promising via a preamble, a video entry even more grand than the wedding of Céline Dion to the Notre-Dame basilica, the drag queen has arrived among the crowd, carried in a carriage giant, accompanied by a delegation of the princesses of Disney.

    Grandiose ? Yes. Practice ? No.

    Hosted by queen

    The moderator of the evening was also long, or even interminable minutes to reach the scene. Still, the fans didn’t pray to accommodate Mado Lamotte warmly to the Place des festivals, singing in chorus a Love Is in the Air, bilingual giving officially kick-off the evening.

    Mado Lamotte has also benefited from the evening of Tuesday, to spread out all of his know-how. Army of sequins, feathers, glitter and costumes all the more flamboyant one than the other, she put the Place des festivals in his pocket in only a few minutes. Earned in advance, the fans ? Maybe. But all of this affection was greatly deserved for the drag queen, who today celebrates 30 years of career.

    Cup Madeleine

    The concept of Mado”s Got Talent is really quite simple. Like the show America’s Got Talent, a series of artists follow one another in the goal of playing to the gallery and to win the famous Cup Madeleine, a trophy that the team of the show unearths each year in the Village of values.

    At the end of the evening, he was handed over to the portion of the male of the duo Philip and Mary-Lee, who performed a number of hand to hand sexy and frankly impressive on the success Addicted to Love by Robert Palmer.