April 20, 2011

About The Voice

Many people are wondering what "The Voice" is all about, and how it differentiates from American Idol.
To get a better understanding of how The Voice works the format goes something like this:

Essentially the show features three stages of competition:
  • The Blind Audition
  • The Battle Phase
  • The Live Performance
The Blind Audition
In preparation for the blind auditions The Voice's casting team has been diligently working with music industry professionals, searching the Unites States for contestants to appear for the blind audition process in this latest new singing competition.
The blind audition process is where contestants sing before the four musician coaches: Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.  However, unlike American Idol, the four coaches face away from the contestants while they perform.  This way the coaches do not judge the contestants by their clothing, hairstyle, or the image they portray.
When a contestant is auditioning and one or more of the coaches have a desire to work with the contestant, the coach pushes a button and their chair rotates around to face the contestant.  In the event that more than one coach desires to work with a contestant, the contestant makes the ultimate decision of what coach they wish to work with throughout the singing competition.  Ultimately each coach will acquire a team of contestants.

The Battle Phase
Once the four teams are set each coach will dedicate themselves to their respective team members by offering their professional advise and experience to develop the singers in preparation of the live performance.  However, before the live performance and during the battle rounds, each coach will set a face-off between two of their own team members in which the two contestants will both sing the same song together in front of the studio audience.  After the face-off each team coach will chose which singers will advance to the live performance.
At the conclusion of the battle episodes, only the best contestants of each coach's roster remain and will proceed to the live stage performances.

The Live Performance
In this final "live performance" phase of The Voice singing competition, the top contestants from each team must compete against each other during a live broadcast. During this final performance the television audience will vote to save one contestant on each of the four teams, with the coach ultimately deciding which member they want to save. Ultimately each coach will have his/her best contestant left standing to compete in the finale. Finally, from these final four contestants, one will be voted "The Voice"!

The winner will receive the grand prize of a recording contract and $100,000. 


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