The new coaches for the 14th season of “The Voice of Germany” have been chosen. As ProSieben announced in a statement, Mark Forster, Yvonne Catterfeld and Samu Haber will sit in the red swivel chairs again in 2024. All three coaches are celebrating their comeback on the popular casting show. Fourth in the group this time is singer and songwriter Kamrad – it’s the first time for the “I Believe” interpreter on “The Voice of Germany”.

Sat.1 boss Marc Rasmus explains this year’s constellation that the station asked fans on social media who they would like to see at the buzzer in 2024: “With Mark, Samu and Yvonne, three coaches are returning to the red chairs “Our viewers would like to see them again on ‘TVOG’ and ‘TVOG’ newcomer Kamrad perfectly completes the coach quartet in 2024.”

ProSieben boss Hannes Hiller summarizes: “‘The Voice of Germany’ will be new and remain familiar.” He also reveals that the blind auditions start on June 7th.

The 14th season will once again be moderated by Thore Schölermann and Melissa Khalaj.

It has been clear since April that there will be a complete change of coach at “The Voice of Germany”. Giovanni Zarrella, Shirin David, Ronan Keating and the Tokio Hotel twins Bill and Tom Kaulitz made their farewells public one after the other. The broadcaster explained that the coach change was part of the show’s concept.

Mark Forster was last seen on “The Voice of Germany” in 2022, Catterfeld was there from 2016 to 2018 and was also a coach on “The Voice Senior”. Samu Haber was a coach on “The Voice” in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2020, most recently sharing the chair with Rea Garvey.