Returning: The Voice

A whopping 100 singers made it to the Blind Auditions this year.

The Voice returns for its sixth season after Easter.

It will launch with three nights of Blind Auditions on Monday, April 24, Tuesday, April 25, and Wednesday, April 26 including new coaches Kelly Rowland and Boy George.

Kelly Rowland said, “I am so excited for Australia to see this series of The Voice. I have had such a great time working with Seal, George and the beautiful Delta, and we have experienced some really special moments.”

A whopping 100 singers made it to the Blind Auditions but fewer will make it to the Live shows.

The winner receives a recording contract with Universal Music Australia and $100,000. This will also be the first season produced by ITV Studios instead of Endemol Shine.

Blind Auditions: Here we meet the hopefuls of Season Six who will audition for our Coaches in the hope of turning a chair.

Knockouts: Artists go head-to-head in groups of three as they perform a song their Coach has chosen within a theme. There are two thrilling “steals” per Coach up for grabs this season.

Battles: In the toughest round of this season, two artists go into battle with no “steals” available for the Coaches. Only three from each team will make it into the LIVE Shows.

Live Shows: This season will see a new format with fewer artists making it to the Live Shows. As the artists perform, a live public vote remains open throughout the show, determining which artist will go home each week.

Monday, April 24, at 7.30pm on Nine.

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  1. In a dramatic change of format “The Voice” meets reality. In the preliminary elimination rounds each contestant will face 4 challenges, Radio, Video, The Club Circuit and the airport interview. The 1st performance is behind a thin curtain and only the voice and shadow reach the audience and judges, this is Radio. Next the contestant will appear in a promo video suitable for the Internet and video outlets. A live performance before a small audience rounds off the singing sections. In “normal” clothes the artist then confronts a panel of journo’s looking for a “scoop”. The judges will rate each section and voice their opinions. The coaches then choose the contestants that they would like to improve and go on to the next round.

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