Cégeps final in show: Montrealer Jérémy Chhor big winner
Montrealers shone on Saturday, during the 44th national final of Cégeps en spectacle in Terrebonne, where ten participants from all over the province were in competition.
It’s the comedian Jérémy Chhor, from Collège Bois-de-Boulogne, who emerged as the big winner of this edition. The CEGEP student won first place thanks to a well-crafted number that convinced the jury. The Montrealer also got his hands on a $3,000 scholarship as a reward for his achievement.
Second place went to dancer Sophia Nadeau from Cégep Gérald-Godin, who pocketed $1,500.
Several national and regional prizes were also awarded. In the national awards category, Sophia Nadeau received the Prix Vue sur la Relève.
This year, the jury was made up of journalist and host Catherine Pépin, screenwriter, director and actor Dave Jenniss, producer Martin Leclerc, singer-songwriter Thaïs and choreographer and dancer Andy Michel.
“Those who were unable to attend the show, or even follow it live on the MAtv network, can console themselves. Videotron's citizen channel will rebroadcast an abbreviated version of the show on Saturday, May 6 at 8 p.m.,” says Cégeps en spectacle.
Illico and Helix customers will also be able to watch this 44th national final in the coming days, on asked.