French television host Alex Goude recently spoke about the upcoming season of "Incroyable Talent". In the 2014 season there will be several significant changes for the show such as bringing on three new judges and him having to develop the working chemisry with a new co-host as Sandrine Corman but he also provided some advice to candidates that has some entertainment insiders expecting some very interesting performances.
The energetic host let it be known during the interview that candidates should 'act crazy' with their talent during their initial meetings with the casting team and they need to leave their fears at the door. The more crazy a person acts in their audition/interview the better in his view as there are no cameras present and it is the best way to leave a favorable impression.
His interview made it apparent that he is extremely excited about the new season despite the fact that his best friend in television, Sandrine Corman will not be back on the show as co-host nor will the judges Dave, Andree Deissenberg or Sophie Edelstein.
While he will have to adjust to working with new people it is apparent that the talented television host is not just going to relax and rest on his past accomplishments. He has several projects lined up in addition to his hosting of "Incroyable Talent" for the remainder of 2014. He is going to continue his role as the television host of the show "Grand Bloopers" on M6 and is working on creating the comedy stage play "All Patients" with Marion Game who starred in "Huguette" and Alexandre Pesle of "Camera Cafe". He also intends to show a project in Las Vegas with Sophie Edelstein sometime in 2014.
Alex Goude suggested the candidates act crazy with their talent very likely because he has a little 'craziness' in him and one gets the sense that those who do will have a fan in him.
He is an in-demand entertainment personality loves to have fun and laught and does not seem to possess an 'off' switch which is why Alex Goude is one of the more endearing hosts on French television.