The Voice SA coaches as we know them will reprise their roles for the second season of the competition which will start on Sunday, 29 January at 17:30 on M-Net (Dstv 101).
Therefore, all four coaches including Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira, Karen Zoid and Kahn Morbee will once again be swivelling in their red chairs to discover South Africa’s best singing talent.
The auditions held so far, attracted several talented singers who got standing ovations from the audience. The Voice South Africa coaches fought each other in their usual manner to try and secure the best singers for their various teams.
Meanwhile, Lungile Radu is back as the presenter while Stacey Norman is interviewing the contestants backstage. Subsequently, the selected few will compete at the second season of The Voice South Africa
Though a lot of things remain the same on the show, there are a few changes. More episodes have been added to the series, extending it from 18-24 episodes. The TV time given to it has also reduced by half an hour.
This will give the second season of The Voice SA a longer time frame. Thus, viewers will get an opportunity to actually follow and enjoy the show and to listen to the singers battle it out.
Also, episode one of the new season will be a recap of the first season including interviews with the coaches and a catch up with past talent.
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Unlike last season, there will be smaller teams. Coaches are expected to choose 12 singers instead of 14 and only take four to the live rounds.
The careers of 10 outstanding singers were launched through the season 1 of the popular reality singing competition. After receiving recording contracts from Universal Music South Africa, the winner Richard Stirton and his runner-up Gavin Edwards’ singles debuted at the number 1 spot on iTunes and remained there for weeks.