SA rugby player's wife lands a spot on Team Bobby

2017-03-13 12:36

Johannesburg - In the penultimate episode of The Voice SA Blind Auditions, seven acts made the cut into the four coaches’ teams in total.

Caroline-Grace Brüssow – the wife of Springbok rugby player Heinrich Brüssow – was one of the lucky talent.

The twenty-eight-year old attorney from Bloemfontein, flew in for The Voice auditions all the way from Osaka, Japan, where she and Henrich live for six months of the year due to his rugby obligations there. 

Her powerful rendition of Céline Dion’s Loved Me Back to Life landed her a spot on #TeamBobby, so now it looks like rugby will have to take a back seat for her in 2017! "You’re such a small lady but with such a huge voice! Well done on pulling off such a massive song," Bobby congratulated Caroline-Grace. 

This impressive talent from Bloem was the only singer to land on Bobby van Jaarsveld’s team on Sunday night.

Watch her audition here:

Speaking about her audition in her post blind interview Caroline said it was traumatising.

"I think it was traumatising. I was okay until I saw no one was turning. And then I said to myself sing, sing!"

Watch the interview here:

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With only one round of Blind Auditions to go next week before the Battle rounds commence, the coaches’ teams are almost full.

Lira and Kahn both currently have 10 vocalists on their teams, Karen has nine singers in her stable and Bobby leads the pack with 11 talent, meaning that there is only one spot left in his team, as each team can only accommodate 12 singers in total!

Tune in to The Voice SA Sundays at 17:30 on M-Net (DStv 101). 

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