Atmosphere in the swivel chairs with cabaret, schlager and metal

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For the purpose of 930,000 viewers – 43% market share (VVA 18-54, live +4) – sang 12 penalty votes the tiles of the roof in the second auditieaflevering of The Voice Kids. And also on Friday 28 september is pleasant to it in the studio. Coaches Laura Tesoro, Gers Pardoel, Sean Dhondt, and Marthe, Klaasje and Hanne from K3 to get the most diverse auditions presented: from cabaret and pop to schlager, and even metal.

The 9-year-old she ran (London) brings the atmosphere to be immediately in with a feestnummer pur sang: Live from André Hazes Junior. The coaches jump spontaneously right for the polonaise, but turning them also to this schlagerzanger in the making? Her to the knees, sturdy bones and leather gloves: that Thara (14, Oplinter) of metal and gothic, cross them under chairs or sofas. She sets the studio on fire with it popping Stand My Ground by Within Temptation. Cabaret is all the dada of Ebe (14, Melle). He attracts the greatest desire with his guitar in the streets to passers-by to buy his music. For his audition, he chooses Astronaut of Kommil Foo.

Jolene (11, Hooglede) with her ukulele for a reggae vibe. The cheerful girl that brings a song to her on the body was written: Don t Worry Be Happy by Bobby Mcferrin. The disbelief on her face as one coach after the other running. But who can take her bows for the team? “A mini-Stromae”, this is Kyle (14, Ledeberg). “A modest boy, who is all flourishes on a stage,” say his friends. He brings Sanctify of Years & Years. Katarina Pohlodkova, the winner of the previous edition, sits in his classroom and gave him a few golden tips. Kicks he the as far as are klasgenote?

Eva (14, Tongeren) is not to her advantage in The Voice Kids. She sings already since primary school, and also stands her ground as a singer in a band. For her Blind Audition, she chose Read All About It by Emeli Sandé. Also, the 14-year-old Sari (Sint-Job-in-‘t-Goor) choose a song by Emeli Sandé. She hopes the coaches to get familiar with the moving Clown.

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