After an extremely successful season of The Voice earlier this year, Channel Seven has dropped a brand new trailer for an upcoming spin-off show.
Titled The Voice Generations, the global-first special event will see superstar coaches Rita Ora, Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian return as the nation’s greatest voices from different age demographics come together to perform.
Families, friends, neighbours, students and teachers will be teaming up to compete in the singing competition, which will air in 2022.
While it takes place over one massive week only, the show’s format will still feature Blind Auditions, a Battle round and an epic Grand Finale.
“Expect show-stopping performances, tears and triumphs as the power of music connects generations like never before,” Channel Seven said in a statement.
The promo video for the upcoming season showcases plenty of jaw-dropping vocals and wow-worthy moments.
“This is the reason why I’ve come back to Australia,” Rita says after watching a Blind Audition.
“It was beautiful,” Guy remarks about one performance, while Keith tells another group, “You are exactly what I imagined Generations would be.”
“That was the best voice by far I’ve heard on this show,” Jessica exclaims in the teaser.
There are no age restrictions for contestants appearing on the all-new show, but the groups must include two or more people, represent more than one generation and contain at least one vocalist.
“If you perform alongside other singers or musicians from other generations, if you jam out with your dad’s mates, rock out with your neighbours, sing with your daughter, perform as a family around the campfire then apply below,” the casting call read in September.
Seven’s Network Director of Programming, Angus Ross, told TV Tonight: “We are so thrilled with the series, we think it deserves a spin-off and The Voice: Generations is the perfect way to add an exciting new dimension to the format.”
The new trailer’s arrival comes shortly after former coach Delta Goodrem opened up about her decision to step away from the singing competition when it moved from Channel Nine to Channel Seven this year.
“[The Voice] took up a lot of the year for me but I loved the show,” she told marie claire.
“I gave it my absolute everything. I gave the artists everything I had. I was there from the very start and I was proud to be an anchor on the show.”
After appearing on eight seasons, however, Delta says that she knew it was time to move on to something else.
“In my heart I was like ‘thank you for this, now let’s finish the season, then it’s time for me to find a new chapter creatively’,” she said.
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