The Voice of Germany / Season 4

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Season 4 of The Voice of Germany
Episodes 17th
length 135-205 minutes
Country of production GermanyGermany Germany
Manufacturing company Talpa and Schwartzkopff TV Productions
First broadcast October 9, 2014 - December 12, 2014 on ProSieben and Sat.1
regularity Thursdays and Fridays (until Nov. 21, 2014)
Fridays (from Nov. 28, 2014)
Moderation Thore Schölermann
other contributors
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The fourth season of the singing talent show The Voice of Germany was broadcast from October 9 to December 12, 2014. Like the two previous seasons, it was moderated by Thore Schölermann and backstage by Doris Golpashin . The jury consisted of the singer Stefanie Kloß , the jury duo Michi and Smudo from the hip-hop band Die Fantastischen Vier , the guitarist and singer Rea Garvey and the songwriter, guitarist and singer Samu Haber . The winner was Charley Ann Schmutzler .

First phase: the blind auditions

The castings for the fourth season took place from late March to mid-April 2014, but were not shown on television. The blind auditions were recorded at the Adlershof studio in Berlin at the end of July 2014 and broadcast in seven television programs from October 9th to 30th, 2014. The jury selected 64 candidates for the second phase, in which all coaches moved in with 16 candidates each.

All four jury votes received the candidates Lina Arndt, Stephanie Kurpisch, Rick Washington, Alex Hartung, Linda Antonia Heue, Cris Rellah, Koko Fitzgeraldo, Björn Amadeus Kahl, Ben Dettinger, Blue MC, Jackie Bredie, Ingo Röll, Kirk Smith, Camilla Daum, René Noçon, Anna Liza Risse and Jonny Akehurst. Of these seventeen, seven opted for Rea Garvey, four for Michi and Smudo, three for Stefanie Kloß and three for Samu Haber as coach.

episode The coaches and their candidates
Rea Garvey Michi and Smudo Stefanie Kloß Samu Haber
01 Lina Arndt
Rick Washington
Stephanie Kurpisch
Michael Antony Austin
Charley Ann Schmutzler
Alex Hartung
Johanna and Jonathan Deis
Sabina Moser
Philipp Rodrian
02 Linda Antonia Heue
Koko Fitzgeraldo
Johanna Ewald
Cris Rellah
Marion Campbell
Hafrún Kolbeinsdóttir
Vlada Vesna
Björn Amadeus Kahl
Michael Bormann
Jamie Lee Fenner
03 Dominik Oberwallner and Moritz Häußinger Marisa Lock ("Blue MC")
Janina el Arguioui
Ryan De Rama
Ben Dettinger
Roxanne Henghuber
Jackie Bredie
Shady Sheha
Karoline Peter
04 Ingo Röll
Samantha McNair
Calvin Bynum
Hanna Linnéa Mödder
Nick Schäfer
Sequoia LaDeil
Jacko Zieverink
Katrin Ringling
Kirk Smith
05 Camilla Daum
Lucia Aurich
Patrick Jakucs Esther Jung
Andrea Stjernedal and Sebastian Schwarzbach
Carlos Jerez
Floriana Imeri
Johannes Holzinger
René Noçon
06 Julia Zander
Jonny Akehurst
René Lugonic
Kris Madarasz
Anna Liza Risse
Elif Özcelik
Bec Lavelle
Maja Zaloznik
Arnold Meijer
07 Franziska Harmsen
Rita Movsesian
Andrei Vesa
Philipp Leon Altmeyer
Florian Boger
Erich Stoll
Laura Gerhäusser Daniel Mehrsadeh
Claudia Grabowski
total 16 16 16 16

Second phase: the battle round

The Battle Round was recorded on August 27th and 28th, 2014 in Berlin and broadcast in four television programs from October 31st to November 13th, 2014. The coaches prepared the participants for the vocal duels together with advisors from their musical environment. As in the third season, Samu Haber was supported by music producer and songwriter Brix, while Rea Garvey was advised by musician, songwriter and music producer Andy Chatterley as in the second season. Stefanie Kloß was supported by musician and songwriter Alexander Freund, Michi and Smudo by DJ , composer and music producer Thomilla .

In all four groups, the 16 candidates fought eight one-on-one duels. The respective coach selected one of the two candidates who went straight to the next phase. As in the third season, the losing candidate of a battle could get into the next phase if one of the other coaches took him over. All four coaches each took on a candidate from a different group, so that all four coaching groups with nine participants each went into the next phase.

episode Coach Battle
Candidate directly elected
song Inferior
New coach of the
08 Michi and Smudo 1 Ryan De Rama We Are the People by Empire of the Sun Michael Antony Austin -
Samu Haber 2 Katrin Ringling Bang Bang by Jessie J , Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj Jackie Bredie -
Stefanie Kloß 3 Elif Özcelik Another Way to Die by Alicia Keys and Jack White Jacko Zieverink -
Rea Garvey 4th Samantha McNair Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) by Cher Linda Antonia Heue Stefanie Kloß
Stefanie Kloß 5 Nick Schäfer Black Chandelier by Biffy Clyro Roxanne Henghuber -
Samu Haber 6th Shady Sheha Love Never Felt So Good by Michael Jackson Kirk Smith -
Rea Garvey 7th Lina Arndt I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt Johanna Ewald -
Michi and Smudo 8th Blue MC Thrift Shop by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz Alex Hartung Rea Garvey
09 Michi and Smudo 9 Stephanie Kurpisch Somehow, somewhere, sometime by Nena Janina el Arguioui -
Samu Haber 10 Johannes Holzinger I See Fire by Ed Sheeran Bec Lavelle -
Stefanie Kloß 11 Anna Liza cracks Time Is Running Out by Muse Sabina Moser -
Michi and Smudo 12 Florian Boger Dream of cro Erich Stoll -
Samu Haber 13 Maja Zaloznik Maps from Maroon 5 Floriana Imeri -
Rea Garvey 14th Franziska Harmsen Calm After the Storm by The Common Linnets Jonny Akehurst -
Stefanie Kloß 15th Ben Dettinger Titanium by David Guetta featuring Sia Laura Gerhäusser -
Rea Garvey 16 Philipp Leon Altmeyer Cloud 7 by Max Herre and Philipp Poisel Dominik Oberwallner
and Moritz Häußinger
Michi and Smudo
10 Rea Garvey 17th Andrei Vesa Pompeii of Bastille Ingo Röll -
Michi and Smudo 18th Charley Ann Schmutzler One from U2 Hanna Linnéa Mödder -
Samu Haber 19th Philipp Rodrian Superheroes from The Script Arnold Meijer -
Stefanie Kloß 20th Sequoia LaDeil Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me) by Train Andrea Stjernedal and
Sebastian Schwarzbach
Michi and Smudo 21st Patrick Jakucs I'm All Over It by Jamie Cullum Kris Madarasz -
Rea Garvey 22nd Camilla Daum Maneater by Nelly Furtado Julia Zander -
Samu Haber 23 René Noçon Say Something from A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera Michael Bormann -
Stefanie Kloß 24 Carlos Jerez Radioactive from Imagine Dragons Esther Jung -
11 Michi and Smudo 25th Marion Campbell Burn It Down by Linkin Park Cris Rellah -
Samu Haber 26th Daniel Mehrsadeh The One That Got Away by Katy Perry Karoline Peter -
Stefanie Kloß 27 Hafrún Kolbeinsdóttir Blackbird from The Beatles Vlada Vesna -
Rea Garvey 28 Koko Fitzgeraldo All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor Lucia Aurich -
Samu Haber 29 Jamie Lee Fenner How Will I Know by Whitney Houston Claudia Grabowski -
Stefanie Kloß 30th Björn Amadeus Kahl Go 'assumption of Sons of Mannheim Johanna and Jonathan Deis -
Rea Garvey 31 Rita Movsesian 7 Seconds by Youssou N'Dour and Neneh Cherry Rick Washington -
Michi and Smudo 32 Calvin Bynum Don't by Ed Sheeran René Lugonic Samu Haber
The coaches and their candidates after the battles
Rea Garvey Michi and Smudo Stefanie Kloß Samu Haber
Samantha McNair
Lina Arndt
Franziska Harmsen
Philipp Leon Altmeyer
Andrei Vesa
Camilla Daum
Koko Fitzgeraldo
Rita Movsesian
Alex Hartung
Ryan De Rama
Blue MC
Stephanie Kurpisch
Florian Boger
Charley Ann Schmutzler
Patrick Jakucs
Marion Campbell
Calvin Bynum
Dominik Oberwallner
and Moritz Häußinger
Elif Özcelik
Nick Schäfer
Anna Liza Risse
Ben Dettinger
Sequoia LaDeil
Carlos Jerez
Hafrún Kolbeinsdóttir
Björn Amadeus Kahl
Linda Antonia Heue
Katrin Ringling
Shady Sheha
Johannes Holzinger
Maja Zaloznik
Philipp Rodrian
René Noçon
Daniel Mehrsadeh
Jamie Lee Fenner
René Lugonic
9 (8 + 1) 9 (8 + 1) 9 (8 + 1) 9 (8 + 1)

Third phase: the knockouts

The third phase, this time called the Knockouts, was recorded on September 11 and 12, 2014 in Berlin and broadcast in two television programs on November 14 and 20, 2014. Three participants of the nine candidates in a group, selected by the coach, played a song of their choice one after the other. Then the coach selected one of the three for the live shows. Similar to the Battle Round, each coach took on one of the candidates from another group who were not directly elected; so all four coaches went into the live show phase with four participants each.

episode Coach up
candidate song Elected
by coach
12 Stefanie
1 Sequoia LaDeil The Book of Love by Peter Gabriel -
2 Linda Antonia Heue Warwick Avenue by Duffy -
3 Anna Liza cracks House of Gold by Twenty One Pilots Stefanie Kloß
4th Maja Zaloznik I Just Want to Make Love to You by Muddy Waters -
5 Shady Sheha Standing Outside the Fire by Garth Brooks -
6th Katrin Ringling Applause from Lady Gaga Samu Haber
Michi and
7th Florian Boger Always tired from Laing in the morning -
8th Dominik Oberwallner and Moritz Häußinger Nobody can take that from Gunslinger -
9 Stephanie Kurpisch You forgot the color film of Nina Hagen Michi and Smudo
10 Camilla Daum Stay the Night by Zedd featuring Hayley Williams -
11 Koko Fitzgeraldo I Can't Stand the Rain by Ann Peebles -
12 Alex Hartung Can't Hold Us by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton Rea Garvey
13 Ben Dettinger Who You Are by Jessie J Stefanie Kloß
14th Elif Özcelik Unfaithful of Rihanna -
15th Carlos Jerez If I Ain't Got You by Alicia Keys Rea Garvey
13 Michi and
16 Marion Campbell Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana Stefanie Kloß
17th Blue MC Doo Wop (That Thing) by Lauryn Hill -
18th Charley Ann Schmutzler Reckoning Song by Asaf Avidan & the Mojos Michi and Smudo
19th Nick Schäfer Wonderwall from Oasis -
20th Hafrún Kolbeinsdóttir The A Team by Ed Sheeran -
21st Björn Amadeus Kahl Forever from now by Johannes Oerding Stefanie Kloß
22nd Daniel Mehrsadeh Mirrors by Justin Timberlake Samu Haber
23 Philipp Rodrian Don't Stop the Music by Rihanna -
24 Johannes Holzinger Video Games by Lana Del Rey -
25th Andrei Vesa Breakeven from The Script Samu Haber
26th Philipp Leon Altmeyer I'll leave the light on for you by Gunslinger Rea Garvey
27 Rita Movsesian Desert Rose from Sting and Cheb Mami -
Michi and
28 Patrick Jakucs Ordinary People by John Legend -
29 Calvin Bynum Brown Sugar by D'Angelo Michi and Smudo
30th Ryan De Rama All of the Stars by Ed Sheeran -
31 Samantha McNair Speechless from Lady Gaga -
32 Franziska Harmsen Towers from Little Mix -
33 Lina Arndt Sweater Weather by The Neighborhood Rea Garvey
34 Jamie Lee Fenner Words as Weapons by Birdy -
35 René Lugonic Free Fallin ' by Tom Petty Michi and Smudo
36 René Noçon Run + stumble from Jupiter Jones Samu Haber
The coaches and their candidates after the battles
Rea Garvey Michi and Smudo Stefanie Kloß Samu Haber
Alex Hartung
Philipp Leon Altmeyer
Lina Arndt
Carlos Jerez
Stephanie Kurpisch
Charley Ann Schmutzler
Calvin Bynum
René Lugonic
Anna Liza Risse
Ben Dettinger
Björn Amadeus Kahl
Marion Campbell
Katrin Ringling
Daniel Mehrsadeh
René Noçon
Andrei Vesa
4 (3 + 1) 4 (3 + 1) 4 (3 + 1) 4 (3 + 1)

Fourth phase: the live shows

The four live shows took place from November 21 to December 12, 2014 in Berlin. In each of the first two live shows, 8 of the remaining 16 participants appeared: Two candidates from the same coach performed a first song one after the other; in the subsequent so-called "clashes", both participants sang two short versions of different songs. Unlike in previous seasons, a trend from the evaluation of social networks was announced. Then the coach divided 100 points between his two participants. The two candidates then received their televoting percentage result as points. From each of the eight duels, the participant with the higher total of points made it to the semi-finals. The four semi-final duels were each played by two candidates from different coaches. One of each coach's protégé got into the final.

Results table

Coach: Michi and Smudo
Surname 1. Live show 2. Live show Semifinals final
Charley Ann Schmutzler Further - Further 1st place
Calvin Bynum - Further Eliminated
Stephanie Kurpisch Eliminated -
René Lugonic - Eliminated
Coach: Rea Garvey
Surname 1. Live show 2. Live show Semifinals final
Lina Arndt - Further Further 2nd place
Philipp Leon Altmeyer Further - Eliminated
Alex Hartung Eliminated -
Carlos Jerez - Eliminated
Coach: Samu Haber
Surname 1. Live show 2. Live show Semifinals final
Andrei Vesa Further - Further 3rd place
René Noçon - Further Eliminated
Katrin Ringling Eliminated -
Daniel Mehrsadeh - Eliminated
Coach: Stefanie Kloß
Surname 1. Live show 2. Live show Semifinals final
Marion Campbell - Further Further 4th Place
Ben Dettinger Further - Eliminated
Björn Amadeus Kahl Eliminated -
Anna Liza cracks - Eliminated

First live show

In the first live show on November 21, 2014, one of two candidates from each group advanced.

During the show, Rea Garvey sang his song Oh My Love . Kiesza later performed her song Hideaway , initially supported by the eight candidates on the second live show. The band Sunrise Avenue sang their new song Nothing Is Over .

Voting Coach candidate song Songs in the "clash" Scoring
Coach spectator total
1 Michi and
Stephanie Kurpisch Keep the music on
by Madsen
No roses from Teesy 50 18.3 068.3
Cry for love from Die Ärzte
Charley Ann Schmutzler Yellow
from Coldplay
I Couldn't Care Less by Leslie Clio 50 81.7 131.7
Only Love Can Hurt Like This by Paloma Faith
2 Stefanie
Ben Dettinger Fix You
from Coldplay
Feeling Good by Cy Grant 58 48.0 106.0
Use Somebody from Kings of Leon
Björn Amadeus Kahl Amoi seg 'ma us again
from Andreas Gabalier
Human by The Killers 42 52.0 094.0
How should a person endure this from Philipp Poisel
3 Samu
Katrin Ringling Running Up That Hill
by Kate Bush
Boom Clap from Charli XCX 50 37.7 087.7
The Days by Avicii
Andrei Vesa Secrets
from OneRepublic
Geronimo from Sheppard 50 62.3 112.3
High Hopes from Kodaline
4th Rea
Alex Hartung Stronger
from Kanye West
Empire State of Mind by Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys 50 49.6 099.6
Not Afraid by Eminem
Philipp Leon Altmeyer Angel
by Johannes Oerding
Like me from Kraftklub 50 50.4 100.4
So perfect from Casper

Second live show

In the second live show on November 28, 2014, one of two candidates from each group made it through. At the end of the broadcast, the semi-final pairings were determined.

At the beginning of the show, Christina Perri sang her song Human , supported by the eight candidates of the second live show. Jessie J later performed her current song Masterpiece together with the four semi-finalists from the first live show . The band Silbermond sang their song Symphonie . Christina Perri also performed her hit Jar of Hearts .

Voting Coach candidate song Songs in the "clash" Scoring
Coach spectator total
1 Michi and
Calvin Bynum Magic
by Robin Thicke
The Man by Aloe Blacc 65 43.0 108.0
Marilyn Monroe from Pharrell Williams
René Lugonic Rude
from Magic
I'm Yours by Jason Mraz 35 57.0 092.0
Shake It Off by Taylor Swift
2 Samu
Daniel Mehrsadeh Chandelier
from Sia
This Love by Maroon 5 45 38.2 083.2
All of Me by John Legend
René Noçon The gold of tomorrow
from Alexa Feser
Let's go from Gunslinger 55 61.8 116.8
Still from Jupiter Jones
3 Stefanie
Marion Campbell They Don't Care About Us
by Michael Jackson
Heroes (We Could Be) by Alesso featuring Tove Lo 51 53.6 104.6
Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin
Anna Liza cracks Survivor
from Destiny's Child
Best of You by Foo Fighters 49 46.4 095.4
I Write Sins Not Tragedies by Panic! at the disco
4th Rea
Carlos Jerez Don't You Worry Child
by Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin
Drive By from Train 40 17.9 057.9
Little Lion Man by Mumford & Sons
Lina Arndt Take Me to Church
by Hozier
Riptide by Vance Joy 60 82.1 142.1
Summertime Sadness by Lana Del Rey


In the semifinals on December 5, 2014, two candidates from different coaches competed against each other. The four vocal duels were decided solely by the votes of the audience. Since the four winners were no longer determined within the individual groups, no coach had a secure place in the final. Finally, one candidate from each of the four groups reached the final.

All eight semi-finalists had recorded their own, newly composed song before the broadcast. After each of the four singing duels, the respective winner sang their song live on the show. The studio recordings of all eight songs, including those of the four not presented live, were offered for sale in the download shops after the broadcast had ended .

At the beginning of the show, the band Coldplay performed their song A Sky Full of Stars . Later, the band Die Fantastischen Vier performed their new song Single . Gregory Porter sang his song Hey Laura .

Coach candidate song Televoting
Own song
of Final participant
1. Rea Garvey Lina Arndt Mad World from Tears for Fears 59.0 Love in a cold room
Samu Haber René Noçon House of cards by Adel Tawil 41.0 -
2. Samu Haber Andrei Vesa Hometown Glory by Adele 81.4 Moving on
Stefanie Kloß Ben Dettinger Locked Out of Heaven by Bruno Mars 18.6 -
3. Stefanie Kloß Marion Campbell No More I Love You’s from The Lover Speaks 79.2 Lifetime
Michi and Smudo Calvin Bynum Under the Bridge from Red Hot Chili Peppers 20.8 -
4th Michi and Smudo Charley Ann Schmutzler Cry Me a River by Julie London 65.7 Blue heart
Rea Garvey Philipp Leon Altmeyer My soldiers from Maxim 34.3 -


The fourth live show, the final, took place on December 12, 2014. As in the previous seasons, the winner was determined by a combination of the number of song downloads and the televoting result. The songs of the four finalists presented in the semifinals were available for download on various music portals for a fee. For each of the four finalists, a download sold by December 11, 2014 counted as many as two televoting votes on the evening of the final.

In the final show, each participant in the final performed their own song, sang a duet with their coach and another duet with a guest artist. Charley Ann Schmutzler sang with Hozier, Lina Arndt with Ed Sheeran, Andrei Vesa with Ella Henderson and Marion Campbell with Olly Murs. Lina Arndt had the most downloads before the start of the final show, but after the televoting, Charley Ann Schmutzler had the highest overall rating.

rank candidate Coach Songs Televoting and downloads
1 Charley Ann Schmutzler Michi and Smudo own song Blue heart 41.75%
Duet with coach 25 from Die Fantastischen Vier
Duet with guest artist Take Me to Church by Hozier
2 Lina Arndt Rea Garvey own song Love in a cold room 21.92%
Duet with coach Hurt from Nine Inch Nails
Duet with guest artist Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
3 Andrei Vesa Samu Haber own song Moving on 19.28%
Duet with coach More Than Words by Extreme
Duet with guest artist Ghost by Ella Henderson
4th Marion Campbell Stefanie Kloß own song Lifetime 17.05%
Duet with coach Roxanne from The Police
Duet with guest artist Wrapped Up by Olly Murs

Audience ratings

On average, 3.52 million viewers saw the fourth season of The Voice of Germany on ProSieben and Sat.1, the market share of the total audience was 12.0 percent. In the target group of 14 to 49 year olds, an average of 2.21 million viewers watched, corresponding to a market share of 20.1 percent.

episode broadcast Channel date spectator Market share source
total 14 to 49 years total 14 to 49 years
01 Blind auditions ProSieben Thursday, October 9, 2014 0 3.84 million 2.50 million 13.3% 22.8%
02 Blind auditions Sat 1 Fri, Oct 10, 2014 3.77 million 2.35 million 13.1% 22.9%
03 Blind auditions ProSieben Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 4.25 million 2.87 million 14.3% 25.8%
04 Blind auditions Sat 1 Fri, Oct 17, 2014 4.11 million 2.51 million 13.4% 23.1%
05 Blind auditions ProSieben Thu, Oct. 23, 2014 4.17 million 2.85 million 13.8% 25.4%
06 Blind auditions Sat 1 Fri, Oct. 24, 2014 4.28 million 2.59 million 14.2% 24.8%
07 Blind auditions ProSieben Thu, Oct. 30, 2014 4.34 million 2.84 million 14.1% 25.2%
08 Battle Round Sat 1 Fri, Oct 31, 2014 3.48 million 2.10 million 11.9% 21.0%
09 Battle Round ProSieben Thu, Nov 6, 2014 0 3.75 million 2.60 million 12.2% 22.3%
10 Battle Round Sat 1 Fri, Nov 7, 2014 0 3.64 million 2.14 million 12.1% 19.8%
11 Battle Round ProSieben Thu, Nov 13, 2014 3.34 million 2.32 million 10.9% 20.0%
12 Knockouts Sat 1 Fri, Nov 14, 2014 3.41 million 1.96 million 11.0% 17.2%
13 Knockouts ProSieben Thu, Nov 20, 2014 2.90 million 1.89 million 10.7% 19.0%
14th Live show Sat 1 Fri, Nov 21, 2014 3.44 million 2.01 million 12.0% 19.1%
15th Live show Sat 1 Fri, Nov 28, 2014 2.43 million 1.28 million 08.9% 13.0%
16 Live show Sat 1 Fri, Dec. 5, 2014 0 2.71 million 1.57 million 10.0% 16.4%
17th Live show Sat 1 Fri, Dec 12, 2014 3.15 million 1.73 million 11.5% 17.7%

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