Martin Giroux (born 23 May 1979) is a Canadian pop singer who sings in French. He first became known as a contestant on the TV series Star Académie in 2004. He later had success with the radio hit "J't'aimerai encore".
In 2001, he participated in a number of contests including Tout nouveau, tout show where he was one of three finalists alongside Pierre Lapointe.
His debut album, Faut que j'te dise..., was released in 2005, and the single "J't’aimerai encore" stayed at number one for nine weeks on the Top 100 BDS Francophone.
In 2006, he understudied the lead role in the Québécois musical Dracula – Entre l'amour et la mort. He also had roles in other musicals such as Joe Dassin – La grande fête musicale and Party Time.
His subsequent albums were En cavale in 2008, and La vie ça s'mérite in 2010, for which he wrote all the music and lyrics.