The Voice Debuts

April 27, 2011 by Post Team 

The Voice DebutsThe Voice Debuts, “The Voice”, a singing competition series where contestants will be led by Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, premieres tonight at 9 pm on NBC.

Each musician will be coaching a team of singers who will coach and mentor throughout the competition. Individuals will be eliminated until every coach has a team member allowed to compete in the final to be called “The Voice”, which will receive a recording contract and $ 100 000.

In the initial audition process, coaches can only hear the singer, but does not.

Talk Show Host Carson Daly will host. Mark Burnett, producer of “Survivor” and “The Apprentice” and John de Mol, the producer of “Big Brother” and “Fear Factor”, produces the series.

“The Voice” is based on a Dutch series, “The Voice of the Netherlands” which has become the nation’s talent competition more popular, surpassing the versions of “The X Factor,” whose American version was released in late this year by Fox and “American Idol.”

“This show focuses on the voices truly amazing,” said Paul Telegdy, executive vice president of alternative programming at NBC and Universal Media Studios.

“The coaches famous lovers to discover develop and promote new talent. As soon as we saw the Dutch format, we knew this was completely different and really exciting.”

Another difference with “American Idol” is that none of the potential competitors are completely without talent.
“Other television shows have made great of comedy to invite people to sing, which clearly can not sing and I am sure that people know they can not sing,” Burnett told reporters earlier this month.

“It’s part of the comedy series and it works. We made a conscious choice not to try to do that at all, so none of the steps in the scenario that was not good.” C

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