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“The Voice of China” to hold auditions to find Singapore contestant

Popular Chinese reality talent show “The Voice of China” is looking for a Singapore contestant. Auditions will be held at the Caldecott Broadcast Centre on Saturday.

SINGAPORE: Popular Chinese reality singing competition “The Voice of China” is looking for a Singapore contestant.

Auditions for the competition, which is open to Mandarin speakers of any nationality aged 16 and above, will take place from 9am on Saturday at the Caldecott Broadcast Centre.

Candidates will be judged by veteran singer Roy Li Fei Hui, Fang Zhong Hua, Peter Tan and singer Eric Moo’s brother, music producer Allan Moo.

Details about the audition can be found here.

Modelled after “The Voice of Holland”, “The Voice of China” is one of the most successful Chinese reality shows in recent years, with an average viewership of seven million per episode.

Over 70 million viewers also catch the show online.

Contestants are chosen by the show’s four coaches – Yang Kun, Luo Dayou, Na Ying as well as Wang Feng - who work with them to prepare them to go through four rounds of competition.

The winner will receive a recording contract.

The Singapore auditions will be broadcast on July 10, 8pm on Channel 8.

The new season of “The Voice of China” will air from July 12, 7pm on Channel 8.

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