"The Voice Senior": Cowboys inspire offenses

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Updated December 29, 2018, 14:22

There has never been anything in the story of "The Voice": Of all the tough cowboys of The BossHoss, heart shows and thus gives the Senior Edition a real feel.

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The Blind Auditions by "The Voice Senior" are as good as in the box when Hildegard Gutt enters the scene as the last candidate.

The 80 year old from Lüneburger Heide fills up in Helene Fischer's "farewell", but is bitterly disappointed. None of the coaches turn around for them.

Hildegard Gutt could convince "The Voice Senior" coaches – albeit late.

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BossHoss breaks the rules

"Hildegard, we're just biting our donkeys," says Alec Völkel of The BossHoss, the show's oldest competitor. Band colleague Sasha Vollmer and all other coaches (Mark Forster, Yvonne Catterfeld and Sasha) seem to see it very similarly.

No one wants to let go of the chanson singer who used to be an artist on television and on a cruise ship.

"We now invent a wild card and take you with us," Völkel concludes. There has never been such an action in the story of "The Voice" – neither national nor international.

But it seems to be completely indifferent to the two cowboys. "It doesn't matter if you do it or not – you're there," they explain to the amazing and smooth Hildegard Gutt.

"Isn't it wrong?" She is happy later in the backstage area. "Team BossHoss broke the rules and got me through." And everyone thinks it's great. (COS)
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The eighth season of "The Voice of Germany" has its winner: Samuel Rösch wins the cast show. In the final, the finalists performed not only with their coaches, but also with top stars of the music scene.

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