Sarah Connor, 41, is slowly walking away from the competition.
After the singer has already attracted plenty of talent to her squad in the first blind auditions, the new talent secured the next hotly contested talent on the coach’s chair on the casting show “The Voice of Germany” (Saturday 1) on Sunday night.
Because with HIM, the coaches were in agreement: No sooner had Anwar Shaweesh (26) sang a tune than the bell rang. With Blue’s “Breathe Easy”, the student convinced coaches Johannes Oerding (38) and Nico Santos (28) with a first hit. TVOG veteran Mark Forster, 38, immediately followed suit.
Three lightning beeps and tears at the push of a button
When he turned the last chair with Sarah Connor, there was nothing to stop the student. At the sight of the pop queen, the exceptional talent’s voice broke, including tears of joy. Despite the tears: Anwar sang his song to the end – and it garnered a lot of praise!
“You sure are a great entertainer with a mentally ill voice,” Nico Santos said of his socks. Forster agreed: “That was really cool!” The pop singer continues: “I have a feeling there really is a star.”
Sarah Connor saw it, too. The last one in the bell set promised: “I’ll really give you everything from me to win you over to my team!” She even sang a duet with him as a reward for his great performance. Pure goosebumps!
By then it was clear to Anwar: “It’s Sarah Connor!”
Sarah’s next quadruple bell – the competition is looking at the tube once again. After the first two blind auditions, the singer now has four talents in the team, for which all the coaches turned around.
Funny: By the way, Anwar doesn’t just want to be a pop singer. His stated goal: to one day sit in the TVOG chair as a coach himself. If Connor doesn’t get a new contender on the show…
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