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The Voice of Holland (season 4)

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The Voice of Holland
Season 4
Broadcast from30 August 2013
JudgesMarco Borsato
Trijntje Oosterhuis
Ilse DeLange
Ali B
Host(s)Martijn Krabbé
Wendy van Dijk
Winston Gerschtanowitz (Red room)
BroadcasterRTL4
Finals venueStudio 24 in Hilversum
Winner
Julia van der Toorn
CoachMarco Borsato
Runner-up
Mitchell Brunings
Chronology

The Voice of Holland (season 4) is the fourth season of the Dutch reality singing competition, created by media tycoon John de Mol and the first sophomore season ever of the show's format. It aired during 2013 on RTL4 and was announced during broadcasts of the third season of the show. Martijn Krabbé and Wendy van Dijk returned as co-hosts, while Winston Gerschtanowitz returned as host in the red room. Marco Borsato and Trijntje Oosterhuis were the only coaches from season 3 to return for season 4. Nick & Simon and Roel van Velzen were replaced by Ilse DeLange and Ali B after their departures. The winner was Julia van der Toorn, mentored by Borsato. This was the first season where a coach did not win in their first season and the first to have two members of the same team in the final.

One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents in their group and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the auditioner.


Coaches

Nick Schilder of Nick & Simon announced during season 3 in 2012 that he would not be coming back after three seasons of the show, citing burnout being tied almost throughout the year with the show and touring engagements. Roel van Velzen, another veteran of the show who stayed for the initial three seasons, announced he will not be sitting as a coach for a fourth time around. Ilse DeLange and Ali B then joined returning coaches Marco Borsato and Trijntje Oosterhuis for season 4.


Color key
Coaches Top 60 artists
Trijntje Oosterhuis
Shirma Rouse Wudstik Nicole Bus Steffen Morrison
Matt Heanes Sanne Klein Horsman Nikay Agterhuis Nikita Doornbosch
Auke Busman Bibi Espina Arjen Baakman Sansika de Groot
Sandy Goeree Cheyenne Toney Jarno Ibarra
Ali B
Jill Helena Jennifer Lynn Vince Irie Colin de Vries
Imelda Annika Boxhoorn Yuli Minguel Jarno Ibarra
Jolene Grunberg Jody Kailola Marjon van Iwaarden Emy Perez
Anne Wilson Lauren ter Horst Khadija Tribou
Ilse de Lange
Mitchell Brunings Cheyenne Toney Coosje Smid Bylear Sumter
Darren van der Lek Lizzy Ossevoort Gaby Boterkooper Roy de Valk
Mariska Brink Julia van der Meulen Isabel Nolte Arjen van der Kraan
Sonny Sinay Sanne Klein Horsman Steven de Geus
Marco Borsato
Julia van der Toorn Gerrie Dantuma Märel Bijveld Marvin Kneefel
Fantine Thó Grant Scott Steven de Geus Sarah van der Meer
Dominique Rombouts Maghen Hilgersum Angel d’Amor Lisan Bekhuis
Jolanda Derks Ron van den Hoogenband Daan Wolfs
Stolen contestants are italicized.

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