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The Voice (UK) coaches in new teaser clips

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The Voice UK has unveiled new teaser clips ahead of its second series. The ten second long videos each feature a different coach from the BBC One talent show.

Jessie J, will.i.am, Danny O'Donoghue and Tom Jones are all seen sitting in the show's famous red swivel chairs before pushing the red button in front of them. An indication they are interested in the act that they can hear, but not see, performing.

The singing show, presented by Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates, initially proved to be a ratings hit when the first series aired last year.

However, after the 'blind auditions' stage and the loss of the red chairs, ITV's rival primetime talent show Britain's Got Talent soon overtook its viewing figures.

 Last year saw many hits back and forth from theI TV and BBC, with Reggie claiming the Voice was more “credible” and Danny O’Donoghue claiming to have only watched “10 minutes” of the rival series.

But ITV bosses hit back, blasting the series as a “derivative” of their own shows such as Britain’s Got Talent.

Reigniting the yearly war of words in the press, Reggie said today: “The rows between the judges on X Factor aren’t real.
“The Voice is real – you can never tell what is going to happen.

“If our judges fall out in the new series it will be real”

 

Producers recently revealed a number of format changes for the programme, including a 'steal' twist to the battle rounds and a new 'knockout' stage prior to the live shows.

 

 

 


Details
Show:
- The Voice (UK)
Person:
- Jessie J
- Tom Jones
- will.i.am
- Danny O'Donoghue
Network:
- BBC one

Written by: Lucy Redburn
Feb 28th, 2013, 7:57 am

Images courtesy of BBC One

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