By FOCUS online author Carin Pawlak

There was something like a small scandal at the beginning of the new season of “The Voice Kids”. Some were upset on social media about the fact that Coach Lena was wearing a knitted top that was too tight. Not a good role model found some. Others said the singer was too over the top. And how does jury colleague Michi say not very charmingly to a candidate: “If you don’t go to her, then she just ticks it off.” Lena sees it very differently. “I’m just really sad,” she explains when top talent Jayden decides for Wincent Weiss.

“The Voice Kids” judge Lena loses talent and talks about shit

This Jayden is the star of the night. 14 is the boy. All coaches suddenly turn around. He is allowed to sing twice because everyone calls for an encore. It’s no use that Lena says: “I’m such a blatant Jayden fan.” Wincent hangs it up and wins: “This is the starting signal for something really big.” Dominik from the Upper Palatinate tries it with the Beatles. The eleven-year-old “sounds Catholic,” says Michi from the Fanta 4. Alvaro should apply to the boy from Bavaria and spontaneously sings “O sole mio”. Daniella (9) from Kassel also gets all four coaches. Just like Lotte (9) who offers “I think you’re shit”. “Can you sing this here?” Lena asks purely rhetorically. Alexandra (13) is being courted heavily by U2 after “One”. We learn: It’s like the labor market – skilled workers are urgently needed. Whoever has the best skills as a coach will win. Then there is advertising for women’s pads with good leakage protection.

“The Voice Kids”: Like in the circus – and the calculation of the greatest possible failure

Somehow this “The Voice Kids” is like circus. Attractions, extra services, exotic things. The offbeat tones fall under the heading of “well meant and badly done”. And one wonders: Why do some parents knowingly send their children to such a show? With the calculation of the greatest possible failure? Nevertheless, they hear from the jury: “You’re a star!” Why do you say that when it’s not really true. Educational valuable? Educationally worthless!

“The Voice Kids” juror Alvaro has a guilty conscience

Malina (13) from Hamburg feels in good hands with Wincent. Lena looks angry. And Alvaro, who hadn’t turned around, admits: “I’ve never felt so bad.” Speaking of bad: In case you’re interested, I don’t even perform in the shower. Because I also have respect for white tiles. Or as an early fatherly advice said: “Please don’t sing!”

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