What an exciting moment: In "The Voice Senior" competitor Hildegard (80), the jury impressed so much that the boys of The Boss Hoss themselves broke the rules.
In fact, it started: Chansingeringer Hildegard Gutt from Lüneburg Heath was the last appearance of the blind auditions. That means the four coaches sit with their backs on the candidates and have 90 seconds to press the buzzer – that is, to decide on a singer or a singer. But nobody barked at Hildegard.
The 80-year-old sang a heart-rending arrangement of "Adieu", originally by Helene Fischer (34). Why banned the jurors? That was what they asked themselves.
Visibly sad, Hildegard stood after the concert with the microphone in front of the coaches, and they all looked sad.
The singer can look back on an impressive career: She used to sing on television and traveled the world as an artist on cruise ships. Participation in "The Voice Senior" was a special moment for the oldest candidate: "At the age of 80, I wanted to rejoice in the large crowd again. I do not want to say I see it as a conclusion it would be too theatrical I would like to show: I'm still here, it still exists. "
The rule break satisfied the audience
BossHoss singer Alec Völkel (46) commented, "Hildegard, we just bite our donkeys. The song is great and it has left the pain it expresses."
Full of Feelings Alec then revealed: "We are now discovering a wild card and taking you with you. It doesn't matter if it works or not – you're in." What a cool surprise! The audience also applauded the two cowboys for this decision.
But was it allowed?
BossHoss colleague Sascha Vollmer (47) commented on his uncertainty: "No idea we can get away with it."
The candidate was of course the same. Hildegard overjoyed:
Sometimes even harsh cowboys have a big heart … And apparently the transmitter squeezed the breach after this exceptional look an eye, because after all, the ordinance was actually sent.