- 'The Voice' France launches blind auditions in virtual reality
- France: The Voice 2017 singer Emmy Liyana is the fifth artist confirmed for Destination Eurovision
'The Voice' France launches blind auditions in virtual reality
The Voice: la plus belle voix is a reality singing competition on TF1. It is France's version of The Zazie (–). Matt Pokora (). Pascal Obispo ().2017
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With TF1's new 'MyTF1 VR' app, fans of "The Voice" can now immerse themselves into the show, take a seat in the famous red chair and experience the blind auditions in virtual reality. Season six of the French adaptation of "The Voice" premiered on February 18th, and fans can watch the new episodes in VR either live during the broadcast or on-demand. In the VR episodes, fans of "The Voice" are transported to the blind auditions and can follow the show as if they were a coach on set. They first only see the audience and hear the talents singing. If they enjoy the performance, they can hit the red buzzer by tapping the red buzzer icon and their virtual chairs will "turn around". Viewers can then see the actual performance. Whenever a talent comes on stage during the broadcast, 'MyTF1 VR' app users are able to immerse themselves into the show.
Vincent Vinel was born in in Bulgaria. He is three years old when a French couple adopts him in a Bulgarian orphanage. He grew up in the Paris suburbs in Clayes-sous-Bois. Visually impaired, the boy quickly became passionate about music, and began playing the piano at the age of four. With the absolute ear, he practices other instruments, drums, saxophone or ukulele, but the piano remains his instrument of predilection.
She featured in the sixth season, which aired earlier this year. Slimane spotted her performing in a bar, filmed her singing and sent it off to The Voice. The show producers were as impressed as he was and offered her a blind audition. She proved herself a talented singer with a unique tone to her voice. And while Emmy Liyana was eliminated before the final, her appearance on the show got her noticed by the right people. She has recently signed to Warner Music France, who are happy to support her.
The first episode was aired on 25 February It is the second time that the format has been produced in French after the Belgian version The Voice Belgique. One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents on their team and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the auditioning contestant. The series consists of three phases: a blind audition, a battle phase, and live performance shows.
France: The Voice 2017 singer Emmy Liyana is the fifth artist confirmed for Destination Eurovision
The Voice: la plus belle voix season 6 is the sixth season of the French reality singing competition, created by media tycoon John de Mol. It was aired from 18 February to 10 June on TF1.