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Voice of Germany: Of the five newcomers, there is one who raises dissatisfaction

Voice of Germany: Of the five newcomers, there is one who raises dissatisfaction

The new “Voice of Germany” season kicked off on Thursday, with new faces and rules of the game. One juror made himself somewhat unpopular with his comments: “It’s really annoying,” said fans. There are eleven nominees from Austria this year.

It started on Thursday “Voice of Germany” on ProSieben in the 13th round This year things are different. Not only have the typical red jury chairs been filled with new faces, but the rules of the game have also changed.

the new

He usually sits The Voice veteran Marc ForsterWho was a member of the jury for six seasons in the left chair. But Season 13 will have to do without the singer. He took his place Italian pop singer Giovanni Zarrella. This time it’s not The Boss-Hoss or Michi and Smudo who are occupying the double chair Bill and Tom Kaulitz aka “Tokyo Hotel”.

There will also be international reinforcements this year. Not as usual by Rhea Garvey, but by his compatriot Ronan Keating. He faces the same challenge as Garvey: Keating does not speak German. He will have everything Make comments in English. His predecessor answered in German.

the Rapper Sherine David Completes the quintet. A few tears ran down her cheeks during Thursday’s first episode.

“It really bothers me”

A few people caused dismay during the premiere Comments from Zarrella. Many spectators left on Twitter (now “X”) about the pop star. “Zarella has one Unpleasantly dominant Art, said one user.It really bothers mesaid another. Another user concluded that Ronan Keating is the only person who can be taken seriously this season.

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The new rules of the game should provide a breath of fresh air

In addition to the extremely diverse jury pool, this year’s filmmakers are also counting on “Bell blockThis is intended to bring a breath of fresh air to the show. During “blind auditions”, where jurors initially hear only the participants’ voices, coaches have a “group bell” available to their opponents. If they activate it, it is allowed Talent no longer goes to the team of the banned coach.

Eleven candidates from Austria

But the focus of the show is still the talent. A few of them also come from Austria. About that Carinthian women Anna Ebner and Emily Miles.

the Tatiana Falkner, Katie Aigner, and Laszlo from Vienna Confront the coaches.

Out of place Singing Lower Austria Lukas Tilian and Lucie Fadinger In the show.

the Marcel Rehnbrecht from Burgenland and Maximilian Kunage from Styria There is, too.