Thursday, June 2, 2011

The Voice: the replacement of the Star Academy on TF1 happens in 2012?

A few weeks ago we announced that TF1 had found a replacement for Star Academy. It's The Voice, a Dutch music television hook-and whose specificity is that the auditions are ... blind! Unlike the New Star or X Factor, jurors do not see the candidate. They can not base their judgments on the look or the physics but only on the voice! Le Parisien reported this morning that this new program should be broadcast on TF1 at the beginning of 2012.

Still according to the newspaper, TF1 has partnered with Mercury and will post weekly performance of candidates on legal download platforms. Currently broadcast in the U.S., the show was a huge success bringing together each week more than 11 million viewers. It must be said that NBC, which broadcasts the program, put together all the stops by a jury of first choice: Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green, Adam Levine, or country singer Blake Sheldon, no less! Yep, one of the success of the show lies in the selection of jurors.

As noted by the producer of the show in Paris "will depend on the choice of the jury," whose cast should start in the coming days. Who will be the four elected? Response in the weeks to come!

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