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Lena Meyer-Landrut leaves “The Voice Kids”


After four seasons of “The Voice Kids,” Lena Meyer-Landrut draws the line: the singer leaves the SAT.1 casting show. He has now announced his departure on Twitter.

There are big changes pending in “The Voice Kids”: Lena Meyer-Landrut, 25, will no longer occupy the jury seat next season. Since 2013, she has been evaluating young talents as a singer on the show and was not only moved to tears once. Now he posted a “little info” on Twitter for his fans on Thursday.

There, former ESC winners wrote: “Hello my dears, this year I will no longer be a part of“ The Voice Kids ”. That is really a pity and on the one hand also very sad, but on the other hand I am also looking forward to new chapters (…) ”. Lena Meyer-Landrut cannot complain about very few projects. Aside from his advertising deal with “L’Oréal,” he recently produced a duet with former DSDS candidate Nicole Cross and occasionally lends his voice to a cartoon character. In any case, fans may be excited because his statement continues: “(…) A lot is happening and the pot for exciting things is simmering! 2017 will be truly amazing! (The main thing is that you are there) “.

Baby follow him now?

After four seasons, Lena Meyer-Landrut paves the way for a new face. It is not yet clear who it will be. However, as the tabloid “Express” reports, pop singer Nena will replace her young colleague. The 56-year-old is said to be already negotiating with broadcaster SAT.1. The next season of “The Voice Kids” kicks off in Spring 2017. Fans don’t have to completely do without Lena Meyer-Landrut. The animated film “Trolls” will hit German theaters on October 20. In it, the pretty brunette lends her voice to the main character Poppy.

On the one hand, it is a shame that Lena Meyer-Landrut is now leaving “The Voice Kids”, since she was there from the beginning, on the other hand we can understand it when the singer wants to accommodate new projects on her agenda. In any case, we wish you all the best!

Image source: SAT.1 / Richard Hübner