🇩🇪 Ann Sophie takes part in the Quarter Final of The Voice of Germany

🇩🇪 Ann Sophie takes part in the Quarter Final of The Voice of Germany

German singer and 2015 Eurovision contestant Ann Sophie continued her journey on The Voice of Germany. After successfully navigating through the auditions, Battle Round, and Sing Off round, she now took the stage in the first live show, the Quarter Final. In a tense and exciting show, Ann Sophie qualified for the Semi-Finals with her rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah.

Great notes and close calls

Ann Sophie was placed in the middle of the running order, being the 7th out of 12 acts to take the stage. She delivered a beautiful and powerful version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah. Everyone in the studio, from the coaches to the public, were very impressed. Mark Forster and her coach Johannes Oerding praised her extensively. In the televote, Ann Sophie took on her fellow teammates Sebastian Krenz and Zeynep Avci. Just as in the Sing Off round, Sebastian Krenz took first place, this time taking 42.8% of the vote. Ann Sophie got 28.7% of the vote, just beating Zeynep Avci’s 28.5%. With that, Ann Sophie has qualified for the next round, the Semi Finals.

When Ann Sophie is next on the Voice of Germany

The next episode of The Voice of Germany will also feature Ann Sophie, as it will be the Semi Final. It is another live episode, and will air Sunday December 12 on Sat.1 at 20:15. The show can also be watched online via the official website, and performances are uploaded after the show on Instagram, Youtube, and Facebook.

Ann Sophie’s Eurovision Journey

Ann Sophie is best known for representing Germany in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. After an eventful national final in which winner Andreas Kümmert withdrew, second-placed Ann Sophie was selected to go to Eurovision. During her participation in Vienna, Ann Sophie scored 0 points, finishing 27th in the final.

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News Source: The Voice of Germany

Photo Source: SAT.1/ProSieben/Claudius Pflug

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