The voice senior

The voice senior:

Whether with support from above - or not: Church choir singer Monika Smets won the second season of "The Voice Senior" with a Christmas carol.

A nice end to the third Sunday in Advent: Monika Smets won the second season of "The Voice Senior" with Mozart and a Christmas carol, thus directing her seven opponents to their places.

"Monika is a diamond that was buried far too long - in Mönchengladbach," said Sasha on the show. "She was right to win."

Sasha was able to defend the title with his candidate: Last year he snatched the victory together with a rock singer and guitarist Dan Lucas.

On Sunday evening, Monika Smets first presented the Mozart song "Exsultate, Jubilate: Alleluja", which is not yet very popular.

But her second song - the Christmas classic "Adeste Fideles" - caused a real stir. In the end, the audience narrowly voted for the 68-year-old with their calls.

Yvonne Catterfeld's protégé Dennis LeGree, however, had the edge in Twitter voting on the station.

The finale was initially recorded with a slight time lag. SAT.1 tweeted the statement: “Out of respect for our seniors up to 80 years of age,

we broadcast #VoiceSenior with a mini time offset so that the finalists can take a deep breath in between.

Then, of course, we'll be live later. Similar to #voicekids. ”At the opening relay, there was still trouble on the part of the audience: the final was recorded at that time.

Only the decision was made life - but without coaches, without an audience and only with the singers.


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