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The Voice Kids (Australia season 1)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Voice Kids
Season 1
Broadcast from 22 June (2014-06-22) – 10 August 2014 (2014-08-10)
Judges Mel B
Delta Goodrem
The Madden Brothers
Host(s) Darren McMullen
Prinnie Stevens (backstage)
Broadcaster Nine Network
Winner
Alexa Curtis
Origin Brisbane, Queensland
Song "Hero"
Genre(s) Pop
Coach Delta Goodrem
Runner-up
Bella Yoseski and Maddison Brooke

The first season of the Australian reality talent show The Voice Kids began on 22 June 2014 on Nine Network. The show was hosted by Darren McMullen and The Voice season 1 quarter-finalist Prinnie Stevens served as the backstage correspondent. The winner received a music and education scholarship worth $50,000 and a record deal with Universal Music. Former Spice Girls member Mel B, Delta Goodrem, The Madden Brothers were the coaches.

Each team of singers were mentored and developed by their coach. In the second stage, coaches had three of their team members battle against each other by singing the same song, with the coach choosing which one team member to advance. The third stage featured the remaining five artists from each team competing against each other in the Sing-offs, with the coach eliminating three artists from their team to form the team's final two. The remaining six artists then competed against each other in the Grand Finale, which the television audience helps to decide the winner of The Voice Kids.

On 10 August 2014, Alexa Curtis of Team Delta was announced as the winner of the season, with Bella Yoseski of Team Madden and Maddison Brooke of Team Mel as runners-up.

Coaches and hosts

The coaches of The Voice Kids – series one

On 26 November 2013, it was announced that Delta Goodrem and Joel Madden, who were the coaches from the adult version of the show, had signed on as the first two coaches.[1] Goodrem announced her departure from the adult version of the show to focus on her music career, but decided to join The Voice Kids as it "allows her the time to continue working on the show, and to focus on new music".[2] In her announcement, she also revealed that Joel would be joining her in the show.[3] On 1 February 2014, Nine Network revealed that former Spice Girls member Mel B and Good Charlotte's Benji Madden were the final two coaches for the series. Benji would team up with his brother Joel on the show.[4]

Darren McMullen, who is also the host for the adult version, was announced as the show's first host. The Voice season 1 quarter-finalist Prinnie Stevens was announced as the show's backstage correspondent during the Blinds.

Development

Auditions

Cities where the auditions were held

The auditions were opened to anyone between the age of 8 and 14, as of 1 January 2014. Contestants were to submit an online application via The Voice official website, which ended on 24 September 2013.[5] Selected applicants out of the 8,000 hopefuls who applied for the auditions were invited to the producers' auditions in various capital cities. Two of the audition cities were Perth, Western Australia, held on 18 October 2013; and Adelaide, South Australia.

The producers' auditions consisted of three stages. Firstly, the contestants were grouped and had to sing a song together. Selected contestants from the first stage then moved on to the second stage, where they had to sing for The Voice Kids head vocal coach, Lindsay Field. The last stage of the auditions required the contestants to sing for the show's executive producers.[6]

For the online applicants who live more than 200 km away from their capital cities, they were not invited to the producers' auditions. Instead, the producers reviewed each of their online audition videos.[7] At the end of the auditions, the producers narrowed down the artists to the 100 who progressed onto the Blinds to perform for the coaches.[8]

Promotion

A special look at the series was premiered on 27 May 2014, featuring various artists from the Blinds covering an acoustic version of The Black Eyed Peas' "Let's Get It Started".[9]

Teams

Colour key
Coaches Top 45 Artists
Mel B
Maddison Brooke Ruhi Lavaki Adina Herz April Aitken Gemma Nha
Kayla Jo Piscopo Chloe Marshall Eve Erdmanis Molly Waters Issy Salisbury
Malia Mataele Abigail Adriano Belinda Jo Barichello Molly Sneddon Jordan Koulos
The Madden Brothers
Bella Yoseski Chris Lanzon Imogen Spendlove Lenisa Di Clemente Martha Chess-Phelps
Trinity Young Jack Hermans Ellie Ferguson Georgia Hassarati Fletcher Pilon
Sienna Perruzza Jack Lyall Mi-Kaisha Masella Sebastian Coe Reilly Underwood
Delta Goodrem
Alexa Curtis Grace Laing Ethan Karpathy Harmony Lovegrove Robbie Anderson
Olivia Swinton Jasmine Dale Isabella Galvez Mira Molly Angus Ross
Anthony & Tamara Elina Jayamanna Jamie Cumberlidge Shuan Hern Lee Ky Baldwin

The Blinds

The first episode of the Blinds premiered on 22 June 2014. Four coaches chose teams of artists via this "blind audition" process. Each coach had the length of the auditioner's performance to decide if he or she wants that artist to be on his or her team; if two or more coaches want the same artist then the artist gets to choose their coach.

Colour key
   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" or "WE WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this coach's team
     Artist elected to join this coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" or "WE WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (22 June)

The premiere episode was aired for one and a half hour and was viewed by 1.652 million people.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song[10] Coach's and artist's choices
Mel Madden Delta
1 Bella 12 Melbourne, Victoria "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"
2 Chris 13 Sydney, New South Wales "The A Team"
3 Abigail 9 Sydney, New South Wales "Empire State of Mind"
4 Molly S 9 Goulburn, New South Wales "Not Pretty Enough"
5 Katie & Emilie 11 Perth, Western Australia "Radioactive"
6 Jasmine 10 Sydney, New South Wales "It's Oh So Quiet"
7 Maddison 13 Gold Coast, Queensland "At Last"
8 Robbie 13 Perth, Western Australia "Hey, Soul Sister"

Episode 2 (29 June)

The second episode was aired for one and a half hour and was viewed by 1.665 million people.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song[11] Coach's and artist's choices
Mel Madden Delta
1 Alexa 10 Brisbane, Queensland "Girl on Fire"
2 Ethan 13 Geelong, Victoria "Give Me Love"
3 Trinity 8 Central Coast, New South Wales "Lovin' You"
4 Malia 12 Wollongong, New South Wales "Stay"
5 Chris 11 Sydney, New South Wales "More than This"
6 Elina 8 Melbourne, Victoria "Part of Your World"
7 Lenisa 11 Melbourne, Victoria "A Whole New World"
8 Olivia 10 Melbourne, Victoria "Roar"
9 Imogen 13 Melbourne, Victoria "Feeling Good"

Episode 3 (6 July)

The third episode was aired for one and a half hour and was viewed by 1.255 million people.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song[12] Coach's and artist's choices
Mel Madden Delta
1 Jamie 14 Sunshine Coast, Queensland "Breakeven"
2 Sophie 13 Sydney, New South Wales "Counting Stars"
3 Sienna 11 Perth, Western Australia "Wrecking Ball"
4 Sebastian 8 Perth, Western Australia "When I Was Your Man"
5 Harmony 13 Sydney, New South Wales "What the World Needs Now Is Love"
6 Anthony & Tamara 10 / 9 Sydney, New South Wales "We Go Together"
7 Ruhi 11 Sydney, New South Wales "A Change Is Gonna Come"
8 Romy 12 Sydney, New South Wales "Turning Tables"
9 April 12 Brisbane, Queensland "The Wizard and I"
10 Ellie 13 Sunshine Coast, Queensland "Try"
11 Angus 10 Sydney, New South Wales "Are You Gonna Be My Girl"

Episode 4 (13 July)

The fourth episode was aired for one and a half hour and was viewed by 1.150 million people.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song[13] Coach's and artist's choices
Mel Madden Delta
1 Martha 12 Sydney, New South Wales "Mountain Sound"
2 Mira 10 Sydney, New South Wales "Defying Gravity"
3 Molly W 10 Brisbane, Queensland "Popular"
4 Ky 12 Sydney, New South Wales "I Want You Back"
5 Jordan 11 TBC, New South Wales "Locked Out of Heaven"
6 Alexander 12 TBC, New South Wales "Little Things"
7 Mi-Kaisha 13 TBC, New South Wales "Broken-Hearted Girl"
8 Chloe 11 TBC, New South Wales "River Deep – Mountain High"
9 Yasmin 13 Newcastle, New South Wales "Scar"
10 Isabella 11 Sydney, New South Wales "Love on Top"
11 Belinda Jo 12 Melbourne, Victoria "Volare"
12 Georgia 9 Sydney, New South Wales "Eye of the Tiger"
13 Shuan 11 Perth, Western Australia "Pie Jesu"

Episode 5 (20 July)

The fifth episode was aired for one and a half hour and was viewed by 1.227 million people.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song[14] Coach's and artist's choices
Mel Madden Delta
1 Kayla Jo 14 Sydney, New South Wales "Beneath Your Beautiful"
2 Jack H 12 TBC, New South Wales "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
3 Eve 11 Melbourne, Victoria "Still Into You"
4 Jack L 12 Melbourne, Victoria "Classic"
5 Issy 12 Brisbane, Queensland "Tomorrow"
6 Adam 10 TBC, Victoria "Rockin' Robin"
7 Fletcher 12 Central Coast, New South Wales "Flying with the King"
8 Adina 12 TBC, New South Wales "One Moment in Time"
9 Reilly 10 TBC, New South Wales "Grenade"
10 Grace 13 Melbourne, Victoria "Firestarter" N/A
11 Zoe 12 TBC, New South Wales "Clarity" N/A N/A
12 Charli 13 TBC, Victoria "Royals" N/A N/A
13 Danika 12 TBC, New South Wales "Acapella" N/A N/A
14 Gemma 13 Sydney, New South Wales "Roar" N/A N/A

The Battles

The Battles began on 23 July and comprise episodes 6, 7, and 8. After the Blinds, each coach had 15 artists for the Battles. Each battle consisted of three artists within each team, and concluded with the respective coach eliminating two of the three artists. The five winners for each coach advanced to the Sing-offs.

Colour key
      Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Sing-offs
      Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

Episode 6 (23 July)

The sixth episode was aired for one and a half hour.

Coach Order Winner Song Losers
Madden Brothers 1 Imogen "Never Let Me Go" Ellie Mi-Kaisha
Mel B 2 Gemma "Firework" Issy Jordan
Delta Goodrem 3 Robbie "I'm a Believer" Angus Ky
Mel B 4 Ruhi "Halo" Abigail Chloe
Madden Brothers 5 Lenisa "Our Lips Are Sealed" Georgia Sebastian
Delta Goodrem 6 Grace "Burn" Elina Jasmine

Episode 7 (27 July)

The seventh episode was aired for one and a half hour.

Coach Order Winner Song[15] Losers
Mel B 1 Maddison "Diamonds" Kayla Jo Malia
Madden Brothers 2 Chris "Wake Me Up" Jack H Jack L
Mel B 3 April "Over the Rainbow" Molly S Molly W
Delta Goodrem 4 Ethan "Story of My Life" Isabella Jamie
Madden Brothers 5 Bella "When You Believe" Sienna Trinity
Delta Goodrem 6 Alexa "Stop" Anthony & Tamara Olivia

Episode 8 (3 August)

The eighth episode was aired for one and a half hour. It featured the last three rounds of the Battles, followed by the premiere of the Sing-offs.

Coach Order Winner Song[16] Losers
Mel B 1 Adina "Wings" Belinda Jo Eve
Madden Brothers 2 Martha "Let Her Go" Fletcher Reilly
Delta Goodrem 3 Harmony "Somewhere Out There" Mira Shuan

The Sing-offs

The Sing-offs begin after the Battles. The top fifteen artists perform for the coaches, with each coach eliminating three artists from their teams. The remaining top six artists advance to the Grand Finale.

Colour key
      Artist was saved by his/her coach and advanced to the Grand Finale
      Artist was eliminated

Episode 8 (3 August)

The eighth episode was aired for one and a half hour. It featured the last three rounds of the Battles, followed by the premiere of the Sing-offs. All artists reprised their performance from the Blinds in the Sing-offs.

Coach Order Artist Song[16] Result
Mel B 1 Maddison "At Last" Advanced
2 Gemma "Roar" Eliminated
3 Ruhi "A Change Is Gonna Come" Advanced
4 Adina "One Moment in Time" Eliminated
5 April "The Wizard and I" Eliminated
Madden Brothers 6 Imogen "Feeling Good" Eliminated
7 Chris "The A Team" Advanced
8 Martha "Mountain Sound" Eliminated
9 Lenisa "A Whole New World" Eliminated
10 Bella "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" Advanced
Delta Goodrem 11 Grace "Firestarter" Advanced
12 Harmony "What the World Needs Now Is Love" Eliminated
13 Robbie "Hey, Soul Sister" Eliminated
14 Ethan "Give Me Love" Eliminated
15 Alexa "Girl on Fire" Advanced

The Grand Finale

The Grand Finale is the final phase of the competition and was aired on 10 August. Unlike the adult version of the show, the Grand Finale was taped on 14 June 2014, with the final three's separate winning moments being pre-recorded. The public votes decided which of the three winning moments would go on air at the end of the show, crowning the respective artist as The Voice Kids.[17]

Colour key
      Artist is the winner
      Artist is the runner-up
      Artist was saved by his/her coach and advanced to the next round
      Artist was eliminated

Episode 9 (10 August)

Round 1

In this phase of the competition, each of the top six finalists took the stage and performed a solo song. The coaches then eliminated one artist from their respective teams, forming the final three artists who advanced to the next round.[18]

Coach Order Artist Song[19] Result
Mel B 1 Maddison "Fighter" Advanced
2 Ruhi "If I Ain't Got You" Eliminated
Madden Brothers 3 Chris "Riptide" Eliminated
4 Bella "Let It Go" Advanced
Delta Goodrem 5 Grace "Vision of Love" Eliminated
6 Alexa "Colors of the Wind" Advanced
Round 2

The final round of the competition featured the top three finalists singing their potential winner's single. For the first time in the series, an interactive viewer component was featured. Before the start of the performances, voting lines were opened live-in-show for the television audience to vote for the final three and decide the winner. The 15-minute voting window was opened between 8:25 p.m. and 8:40 p.m.[18] The winner of The Voice Kids was announced at the end of the show.

Coach Order Artist Song[19] Result
Mel B 1 Maddison "Listen" Runner-up
Madden Brothers 2 Bella "The Voice Within"
Delta Goodrem 3 Alexa "Hero" Winner
Non-competition performances
Order Performer Song[19][20]
1 The Top 6
(Alexa, Bella, Chris, Grace, Maddison, and Ruhi)
"Happy"
2 Justice Crew "Que Sera"

Results summary of the Sing-offs & the Grand Finale

Overall

Colour key

Artist's info

Result details

Sing-offs & Grand Finale results
Artist Sing-offs Grand Finale (Round 1) Grand Finale (Round 2)
Alexa Curtis Safe Safe Winner
Bella Yoseski Safe Safe Runner-up
Maddison Brooke Safe Safe
Chris Lanzon Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Grand Finale)
Grace Laing Safe Eliminated
Ruhi Lavaki Safe Eliminated
Adina Herz Eliminated Eliminated (Sing-offs)
April Aitken Eliminated
Ethan Karpathy Eliminated
Gemma Nha Eliminated
Harmony Lovegrove Eliminated
Imogen Spendlove Eliminated
Lenisa Di Clemente Eliminated
Martha Chess-Phelps Eliminated
Robbie Anderson Eliminated

Team

Colour key

Artist's info

Result details

Artist Sing-offs Grand Finale (Round 1) Grand Finale (Round 2)
Maddison Brooke Coach's choice Coach's choice Runner-up
Ruhi Lavaki Coach's choice Eliminated
Adina Herz Eliminated
April Aitken Eliminated
Gemma Nha Eliminated
Bella Yoseski Coach's choice Coach's choice Runner-up
Chris Lanzon Coach's choice Eliminated
Imogen Spendlove Eliminated
Lenisa Di Clemente Eliminated
Martha Chess-Phelps Eliminated
Alexa Curtis Coach's choice Coach's choice Winner
Grace Laing Coach's choice Eliminated
Ethan Karpathy Eliminated
Harmony Lovegrove Eliminated
Robbie Anderson Eliminated

Performances by guests/coaches

Episode Show segment Performer(s) Title ARIA reaction Source
9 The Grand Finale Justice Crew "Que Sera" [20]

Artists' appearances on earlier talent shows

Music releases by The Voice Kids artists

A compilation album titled The Voice Kids 2014 was released on 10 August 2014. Though planned to be released on 11 August 2014, the album was released digitally through iTunes a few hours before the Grand Finale on 10 August 2014. The album features 12 cover songs from the top six finalists.[21]

The Voice Kids 2014
The-Voice-Kids-2014.png
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released 10 August 2014 (2014-08-10)
Recorded 2014; Secret Sound Studios
Genre Pop
Length 41:42
Label Universal Music Australia

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Original artist Length
1. "Colors of the Wind" (Alexa Curtis) Judy Kuhn 4:18
2. "Burn" (Grace Laing) Ellie Goulding 3:14
3. "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" (Bella Yoseski) Jennifer Holliday 3:14
4. "Riptide" (Chris Lanzon) Vance Joy 3:23
5. "Diamonds" (Maddison Milewski) Rihanna 3:15
6. "If I Ain't Got You" (Ruhi Lavaki) Alicia Keys 3:46
7. "Girl on Fire" (Alexa Curtis) Alicia Keys 3:22
8. "Vision of Love" (Grace Laing) Mariah Carey 3:27
9. "Let It Go" (Bella Yoseski) Idina Menzel 3:46
10. "Wake Me Up" (Chris Lanzon) Avicii 3:19
11. "Fighter" (Maddison Brooke) Christina Aguilera 3:47
12. "A Change Is Gonna Come" (Ruhi Lavaki) Sam Cooke 2:51

Release history

Region Date Format Label Catalogue
Australia[22] 10 August 2014 CD, digital download Universal Music Australia 3796135

Concert tour by The Voice Kids artists

The Voice Kids: The Concert
Tour by The Voice Kids & Harrison Craig
The Voice Kids The Concert.jpg
Associated album The Voice Kids 2014
Start date 26 September 2014 (2014-09-26)
End date 3 October 2014 (2014-10-03)
Legs 1
No. of shows 6 in Australia
The Voice Kids tour chronology
  • The Voice Kids: The Concert
  • (2014)
  • The Voice Kids: The Concert
  • (2015)
Harrison Craig tour chronology
  • The Voice Kids: The Concert
  • (2014)

The Voice Kids: The Concert is a concert tour in Australia that features the artists of the first season of The Voice Kids, with the winner of the second season of The Voice Harrison Craig appearing as a special guest. The 6-date tour began on 26 September 2014 in Penrith, New South Wales and ended on 3 October 2014 in Melbourne, Victoria. The tour took place during the September school holidays in Australia and each concert lasted for two hours.[23][24]

Performers

Alexa Curtis (Winner) Bella Yoseski (Runner-up)
Maddison Brooke (Runner-up) Chris Lanzon (4th–6th place)
Grace Laing (4th–6th place) Ruhi Lavaki (4th–6th place)
Ethan Karpathy (7th–15th place) Robbie Anderson (7th–15th place)
Harrison Craig (special guest)

Setlist

Additional notes

  1. Ruhi Lavaki only appeared at the show in Sydney, New South Wales on 28 September 2014.
  2. Grace Laing only appeared at the final two shows in Melbourne, Victoria on 2 and 3 October 2014.

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue
Date City Country Venue
Australia
26 September 2014 (2014-09-26) Penrith Australia Evan Theatre
27 September 2014 (2014-09-27) Newcastle Newcastle Civic Theatre
28 September 2014 (2014-09-28) Sydney Enmore Theatre
1 October 2014 (2014-10-01) Canberra Canberra Southern Cross Club
2 October 2014 (2014-10-02) Melbourne The Palms at Crown
3 October 2014 (2014-10-03)

Ratings

Colour key:
     – Highest rating during the season
     – Lowest rating during the season
The Voice Kids season one consolidated ratings, with metropolitan viewership and nightly position
Episode Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(in millions)
Rank
(night)
Ref
1 "The Blind Auditions" 22 June 2014 (2014-06-22) Sunday 6:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m. 1.722 #1 [25]
2 29 June 2014 (2014-06-29) 1.703 #1 [26]
3 6 July 2014 (2014-07-06) 1.307 #5 [27]
4 13 July 2014 (2014-07-13) 1.233 #5 [28]
5 20 July 2014 (2014-07-20) 1.275 #5 [29]
6 "The Battle Rounds" 23 July 2014 (2014-07-23) Wednesday 7:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m. 0.888 #10 [30]
7 27 July 2014 (2014-07-27) Sunday 7:40 p.m.–9:10 p.m. 1.015 #8 [31]
8 "Battle Round 3
& The Sing-offs
"
3 August 2014 (2014-08-03) 0.895 #7 [32]
9 "Grand Finale" 10 August 2014 (2014-08-10) 0.990 #9 [33]
"Winner Announced" 1.015 #8

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