Status: 22.09.2023, 07:17 a.m.
Giovanni Zarrella has been a coach on "The Voice of Germany" since this season. The entertainer wants to invite the winner of the casting show to his own show.
Berlin – Next Thursday, September 21, 2023, the new season of the popular casting show "The Voice" will start on ProSieben and Sat.1. For the first time, star presenter Giovanni Zarrella (45), who as a member of the band "Bro'Sis" once gained fame through the casting format "Popstars". Since then, the cuddly singer has had an impressive career, culminating in his own ZDF hit show "The Giovanni Zarrella Show". And as the entertainer now revealed in an interview with Schlager.de, he wants to spur on the "The Voice" candidates with a special offer to top performances.
Giovanni Zarrella wants to invite the "The Voice" winner to his ZDF show
For Giovanni Zarrella, there is no question that casting formats such as "The Voice" can be an excellent springboard into the music business. Nevertheless, the pop star wants to continue to support the talents of the show even after filming. In his opinion, the show is "just the starting signal".
He explains: "You can't rest on your laurels. The talents have to understand that, but also the people behind them – and I count myself among them. I want to support my talents beyond the show, incorporate them into a tour, live appointments or into my own show, where music is also made."
As "The Voice" coach, Giovanni Zarrella wants to encourage the newcomers
Giovanni Zarrella apparently takes his work as a coach on "The Voice" quite seriously. Instead of making nasty comments for ratings, the ZDF presenter prefers to motivate his protégés with constructive criticism. "We coaches have a huge responsibility for talents who come here with the idea of winning this show or getting an honest judgement on their voice," says Zarrella.
Giovanni Zarrella is one of this year's "The Voice of Germany" coaches. He has big plans for his talents: he wants to bring them into his own show. © Imago/ Christian Schroedter; ProSieben/Sat.1 / Richard Hübner
And he goes on to emphasize: "Every word is weighed in gold. I'm sure everyone watches his performance a hundred times. We coaches have a responsibility to inspire people and not to clip their wings." Giovanni Zarrella himself also got a tip for the show from his wife Jana Ina. Sources used:Schlager.de