Blind Filipino singer places 3rd in ‘France Has Got Incredible Talent’

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Katchry Golbin, also known as Alienette Coldfire, places 3rd in the competition after performing her rendition of 'Quand on n'a que l'amour'

ALIENETTE COLDFIRE. The blind Filipino singer places 3rd in 'France Has Got Talent.' Screengrab from Facebook/georgiana.elizabeth

MANILA, Philippines – The blind Filipino singer who made waves online after her stirring renditions of songs on France Has Got Incredible Talent finished 3rd in the competition. (WATCH: Blind Filipino singer wows judges on ‘France Has Got Talent’)

Katchry Golbin, also known as Alienette Coldfire, was announced the 3rd place winner on Tuesday, December 13 in France (Wednesday, December 14 in Manila). (WATCH: Blind Filipino singer makes it to ‘France Has Got Talent’ finals)


Alienette sang “Quand on n’a que l’amour” for her final performance, according to a report on ABS-CBN.

Before the final show, Alienette posted a short message on Facebook, saying: “Almost ready for the finals! I’ll be singing for those who love in the name of love! Lord, help me do this.”


Alienette won the hearts of many when she first appeared on the show singing the French version of “I Dreamed a Dream.”

The Pinoy singer, who has brought the France Has Got Incredible Talent judges to tears in the past, said that she learned French when she was 3 years old so that she could understand the song “La Vie En Rose” by Edith Piaf.

Alienette previously auditioned for Pinoy Idol at the age of 17, where Ogie Alcasid was one of the judges. – Rappler.com