Loic Nottet Biography
Loïc Nottet born on 10 April 1996 is a Belgian singer, who finished second in the third season of The Voice Belgique in 2014 and represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 which was held in Vienna, Austria, where he placed fourth with 217 points.
Loïc Nottet auditioned for The Voice Belgique and reached second place in the final of the third season, behind the winner Pagna. He was in the team of B.J. Scott.
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The sixth season of the French version of Dancing with the Stars premiered on TF1 on October 24, 2015, a little over a year after the fifth season. This time, 10 celebrities are paired with 10 professional ballroom dancers, less than the 11 of the previous season.
Vincent Cerutti will not return as the main host for the season, being replaced by Sandrine Quétier, while Quétier’s previous spot will be taken over by Season 4 contestant Laurent Ournac. Meanwhile, Fauve Hautot, one of the program’s most popular dancers, was promoted to the position of judge, due to Season 5 judge M. Pokora being too busy with his concert tour.
The names of eight allegedly participating celebrities were leaked by the media in the third week of June 2015, with several more names leaking over the following weeks, with many being correct but others, like TV personalities Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff, actor Issa Doumbia, singer Larusso, model and actress Victoria Silvstedt or YouTube personality Norman Thavaud, ending up being false.
Former AC Arles player Djibril Cissé was the first celebrity confirmed by broadcast channel TF1, on July 9, seven days after his name leaked, followed by singer and actor Vincent Niclo on July 21, TV actress Fabienne Carat on August 28, YouTube personality Marie ‘EnjoyPhoenix’ Lopez on September 2, Singer and impressionist Véronic DiCaire on September 8, Singer Loïc Nottet on September 11, Actor Thierry Samittier on September 14, singer and actress Priscilla Betti on September 21, Singer and model Olivier Dion on September 23 and finally Miss France 2007 first runner-up Sophie Vouzelaud on September 29.
TV host Karine Ferri had initially signed on for the season, but had to back out due to pregnancy so her spot was taken over by Priscilla Betti.
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Loic Nottet Eurovision
On 3 November 2014, Belgium’s French language state broadcaster, Radio Télévision Belge Francophone (RTBF), announced Nottet as the Belgian representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 to be held in Vienna, Austria. On 10 March 2015, “Rhythm Inside”, his entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, was presented (co-written by his Voice mentor). The song went to number one on both the Flanders and Wallonia Ultratop charts.
Performing in the first semi final of the competition, Nottet was successful in progressing to the final, coming second in his semi final with 149 points. During the Jury Final (following Australia), he could be barely seen on stage due to heavy use of smoke machines and pyrotechnics from the Australian Act.
His delegation was rumoured to have lodged a complaint about this, saying that it would affect part of their final score. While they requested to perform again, this was apparently denied, instead telling juries to disregard the smoke. In the Grand Final, the Belgian entry scored a total of 217 points leaving “Rhythm Inside” in fourth position overall, giving Belgium its first top five placement since 2003.
It received the maximum 12 points from three countries; Netherlands, France and Hungary. The song was certified Platinum for selling 30,000 copies in Belgium. Nottet has released three different music videos for Rhythm Inside (including one called the “Alice in Nightmareland” version).
After the contest, “Rhythm Inside” reached the top ten in the Austrian, Lithuanian and Russian Music Charts, achieving top 20 in Finland, Iceland and Sweden and also charting in Australia, UK, France, Switzerland and many more European countries.
Loic has sung at NJR park Uitmarkt Symphonica. On 24 October 2015, he took part in and won the sixth series of the French TV show Danse avec les stars.
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Loïc Nottet born on 10 April 1996.
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Loic Nottet Selfocracy
Nottet’s single “Million Eyes”, part of his first album, was released on 27 October 2016. The video was filmed on 5 October 2016. Nottet announced the album would feature a concept, different characters and several music videos. The song charted at number two on the Wallonia Ultratop chart and number two in France. The song was certified gold in Belgium and France.
On 2 March, Nottet announced his debut album via social media. Selfocracy. was released on March 31 and managed to top the chart in Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia). It also charted at number three in Ultratop Flanders, number eight in France and number twenty in Switzerland.
On 22 and 23 April 2017, Nottet presented his first concerts after the release of his album. He has performed two concerts, which both sold out quickly, in the Ancienne Belgique (l’AB) in Brussels. Nottet won the Best Belgian Act category at the 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards which aired on 12 November, 2017.