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The Voice Kids (Arabic TV series)

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The Voice Kids: Ahla Sawt
ذا فويس: أحلى صوت
Genre Reality television
Created by John de Mol
Presented by Aimée Sayah (1)
Nardine Farag (2-)
Badr Al Zidane (2-)
Judges Kathem Al-Saher
Tamer Hosny
Nancy Ajram
Country of origin Lebanon Lebanon
Original language(s) Arabic
No. of seasons 2
Release
Original network MBC, LBCI
Original release 2 January 2016 – present
External links
[www.mbc.net/ar/programs/the-voice-kids.html Website]

The Voice Kids: Ahla Sawt (meaning Best Voice), is an Arabic TV Series airing on MBC 1. It premiered on January 2, 2016. The three judges for the inaugural season were Tamer Hosny, Nancy Ajram and Kathem Al-Saher. There are four stages starting with the Blind Auditions. Contestants sing without being seen by the judges. If a coach likes the contestant's performance, they turn their chair. Each coach is allowed to have 15 contestants on their team. The season 1 finale was on March 5, 2016 and the winning contestant was Lynn Al-Hayek from Lebanon from Team Kadhem Al-Saher. The season 2 finale was on February 3, 2018, and the winner was Hamza Lebyed from Morocco from Team Kadhem Al-Saher.

The Voice Kids coaches

Series overview

Season Season 1
(2016)
Season 2
(2017)
Broadcast
period
January 2, 2016 December 2, 2017
March 5, 2016 February 3, 2018
Winner
Lebanon Lynn Al Hayek Morocco Hamza Lebyed
Runners-up
Syria Amir Amoury Egypt Ashrakat Ahmad
Syria Zein Obeid Saudi Arabia Loujay Almasrahy
Other Finalists
Iraq Mirna Hanna
Lebanon Ghady Bechara
Egypt Jowairia Hamdy
Iraq Nour Wissam
Lebanon Georges Assi
Yemen Maria Kahtan
Winning Coach
Iraq Kazem al-Saher Iraq Kazem al-Saher
Other Coaches
Egypt Tamer Hosny
Lebanon Nancy Ajram

Egypt Tamer Hosny
Lebanon Nancy Ajram

Host
Aimée Sayyah
Moemen Nur
Nardine Farag
Badr Al Zidane
Channel
MTV
MBC1
MBC Masr
LBCI
MBC1
MBC Masr

External links

This page was last edited on 12 May 2018, at 18:53.
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