In season 2 of “I promise you”, Maud, played by Marilou Berry, pushes the song several times. But is it really the voice of the actress that we hear?
The Gallo family is making a comeback tonight on TF1. Almost a year to the day after the launch of season 1, I promise you, the French adaptation of This is Us led by Camille Lou and Hugo Becker, returns with a new burst of episodes rich in emotion for the greatest happiness. fans of the series.
Like its big sister, music is an essential component of the life of the Gallo family. And more particularly for Maud (Marilou Berry), who in this second season, decides to live her dream by embarking on a career as a singer.
And to set the tone from the first episode, she will give voice during a private concert at the Clinique du Bon Repose by taking over thein love by Véronique Sanson. If Maud starts timidly, she will however manage to give her voice all its dimension over the course of the piece. So much so that she will sing the same title during an audition.
The starting point therefore for many other musical scenes during which Maud will demonstrate the full extent of her talent.
But is it really Marilou Berry who sings in these sequences?
In the first season of I promise you, Maud had already sung for Tanguy (Marc Riso) the famous hit by Marc Lavoine, Revolving eyes. While the actress had not been vocally dubbed on this occasion, her fans may be disappointed to learn that it is not her voice that we hear in this new season. A choice, however, justified by the development needs of his character.
” In the first season, I had sung a title but in these new episodes, my character really launches into the song. So it was a young girl, Juliette Moraine, who did The Voice, who dubbed me because I didn’t want to limit the character to my vocal abilities. “, confided Marilou Berry during an interview with TF1.
And to clarify, Maud had to have a real evolution and an incredible voice, which is not my case. I could have become a singer but I preferred acting because I like to change characters and play different things. “.
Despite everything, the pleasure and emotions remain intact with each melody.