The Voice of Germany (season 5)

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The Voice of Germany
Season 5
Broadcast from October 15 (2015-10-15) – December 17, 2015 (2015-12-17)
Judges Rea Garvey
Michi & Smudo
Stefanie Kloß
Andreas Bourani
Host(s) Thore Schölermann
Lena Gercke
Broadcaster ProSieben and Sat.1
Winner
Jamie-Lee Kriewitz
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Origin Bennigsen, Lower Saxony
Song "Ghost"
Genre(s) Pop
Coach Michi & Smudo
Runner-up
Ayke Witt
Chronology

The Voice of Germany (season 5) is a German reality talent show that premiered on 15 October 2015 on ProSieben and Sat.1. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, the series was created by Dutch television producer John de Mol. It is part of an international series. Stefanie Kloß Rea Garvey and Michi & Smudo returned as coaches for season 5. while Andreas Bourani was a new coach for season 5. Thore Schölermann Returned as Host for season 5. Lena Gercke was the co host. The season was won by Jamie-Lee Kriewitz, who had already performed The Hanging Tree, which was her song at the blind auditions, for Jennifer Lawrence at The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 premiere in Berlin.

Final

Rang
#
Coach Contestant Songs Televoting and Downloads in %
1. Michi & Smudo Jamie-Lee Kriewitz Winner Single "Ghost" 38,29
Duet with Guest Artist "Take Me Home" with Jess Glynne
2. Andreas Bourani Ayke Witt Winner Single "Bis gleich" 22,95
Duet with Guest Artist "Melodie" with Cro
3. Andreas Bourani Tiffany Kemp Winner Single "Have You Ever Been In Love" 21,88
Duet with Guest Artist "Stay Like This" with James Morrison
4. Stefanie Kloß Isabel Ment Winner Single "In Reverse" 16,89
Duet with Guest Artist "Army" with Ellie Goulding

External links

  • Official website on ProSieben.de
  • The Voice of Germany on fernsehserien.de
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