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Information on The Voice auditions

The Voice is a British television talent show created by the BBC. There are two stages to The Voice auditions; the producers’ auditions and the blind auditions.

The current coaches for The Voice auditions are will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Ricky Wilson and Rita Ora. The overall winning act receives £100,000 and a record deal with Universal Republic.

If you’re interested in entering a talent show like The Voice, check out the national singing competition TeenStar’s singing auditions.

How The Voice auditions work

The producers’ auditions

The Voice’s first audition stage is the producers’ auditions, which are not shown on television. Talent scouts across the UK search for singers to attend The Voice’s producers’ auditions, however you are able to apply for The Voice auditions too. Solo artists and duos can participate, however you must be aged sixteen or over.

The blind auditions

If successful at the producers’ auditions you will go onto the blind Voice auditions. During The Voice’s blind auditions the celebrity coaches sit in their chairs facing away from the stage, so they can’t see the artist during the performance. If a coach is impressed by what they hear and wants you for their team, they hit their red button, at which point their chair rotates and they can finally see you.

However, if more than one coach turns their chairs, the contestant takes all of the power and can choose which coach they want to work with. If chosen by one of the coaches the contestant will then go on to The Voice’s Battles.

How to apply for The Voice auditions

Talent scouts across the UK search for singers to attend The Voice’s auditions. However you don’t need to wait to be invited. If you’re confident that you’ve got a genuinely great singing voice you can apply for The Voice auditions on the BBC website.

Voice auditions

If you’re interested in entering a national singing competition, enter now for TeenStar, which is specifically for teen singer and pre-teens.

Alternatively, Open Mic UK is a national music competition which is open to all ages and music genres.

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