The candidates of "The Voice" Mentissa and Jim Bauer were the guests of Anne Roumanoff and her band in the program "It feels good".

As the semi-finals take place this Saturday, the two singers demonstrate their vocal abilities, without soundtrack or instrument.


Will the TF1 audience soon designate one of the two as having the most beautiful voice?

Young artists Mentissa and Jim Bauer are among the eight semi-finalists for Season 10 of 

The Voice


Two days before the live show where they will have to convince the public and viewers that they have their place in the final, the two singers were this week the guests of Anne Roumanoff and her columnists on the show 

It feels good.

Each in turn, they demonstrated their vocal talents to us.

>> Find all of Anne Roumanoff's shows from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Europe 1 in replay and podcast here

Self-taught singers

Neither has been warned, but the two music lovers cheerfully lend themselves to the exercise. Jim Bauer begins, a cappella, the classic of James Brown 

It's a man's man's man's world

. After hesitation, Mentissa chooses the title that allowed her to successfully pass the blind auditions of the show with the red armchairs: 

New Rules

by Dua Lipa.

A cappella performances all the more surprising since neither of them has ever taken singing lessons. “I was always self-taught. It was by listening to a lot of music that I started to reproduce what I heard, then to reproduce in my own way,” explains Mentissa. "I never took a course either," adds Jim Bauer. "But I gave some!" Mentissa and Jim Bauer will try to qualify for the final of 

The Voice on

Saturday evening live on TF1 during a semi-final where they will be decided by the public.