Gregory Charles lets out a heartfelt cry Im coming to

Gregory Charles lets out a heartfelt cry: “I’m coming to you” –

This Monday evening, Marc Labrèche welcomed Gregory Charles to his set on the show “I'm coming to you”.

Together they discussed various topics and the controversial revelations about the training of the former Star Académie singing teacher were brought up by the moderator.

This allowed the singer and musician to unexpectedly but sincerely throw flowers to teachers in Quebec.

He began by pointing out that, like many parents in Quebec, he had to play the role of teacher with his daughter in elementary school during the pandemic.

“She doesn't have learning difficulties, she doesn't have ADHD, but having her at home to teach her for several hours a day, I was tired. With a. By the time we have one, we are already tired and do not seem to understand the exhaustion of the teachers who have much more and who, by the way, also have their own children when they return home,” he said to loud cheers from the audience in the studio.

Watch the video at the end of the article as he offers his unwavering support to teachers in Quebec.

Remember that Gregory Charles and his partner Nicole Collet are the happy parents of Julia Sky Antoinette Charles. The curly-haired child will turn 12 in a few days.

Julia has done several shows with her father since she was young. She notably worked with him on his latest stage project, the musical show 7. Below is a photo of the duo. The little girl sings a few times during this concept, which of course makes for some touching father-daughter moments. The show (read our impressions here), which celebrates the greatest musical films of the last 100 years, was presented in Montreal last November and will be shown in Quebec next summer at the Salle Albert-Rousseau.

Remember that we could see Gregory Charles in the last “Bye Bye” when he reprized his role as Julien in the popular 90s series “Rooms in the City”. Patricia Paquin said this about filming this memorable skit.

Recently, during a performance at ICI Première, the artist gave us a real moment of grace by paying tribute to his late father. Find out more here.