The children take centre stage as we
SOMETIMES, we just need to watch fun telly – and that’s exactly what The Voice Kids is.
The STV talent show – a spinoff from The Voice – gives seven to 14-year-olds the opportunity to get up on stage and impress with their singing skills.
The series, which is presented by Emma Willis, starts with blind auditions, in which the pint-sized contestants perform in front of four celebrity ‘coaches’ (this year, the line-up is will.i.am, Pixie Lott, Danny Jones and Paloma Faith).
Sitting in big red chairs, the stars press a button if they like what they hear, which swivels them round so they can see the face behind the voice.
The successful auditionees then have battle rounds to make it through, before the semi-finals and final. The prize at stake? A dream holiday for them and their family, plus a £30,000 bursary towards their musical education.
Will.i.am, the Black Eyed Peas frontman, has been working on The Voice UK since 2012, and has starred in every series of The Voice Kids.
“The other show is great but there’s something that the kids
The Voice Kids judges