The Voice Kids will be back next month but not without a small scheduling twist.
ITV has announced that the reality TV show’s entire second series will run over eight consecutive nights.
That means viewers will be able to enjoy each stage of the competition – starting with the Blind Auditions and Battles, before the Semi-Final and Final – in one week.
This year’s winner will receive a £30,000 bursary towards their music education as well as a trip to Disneyland Paris for them and their family.
will.i.am, Pixie Lott (who won the first series with Jess Folley), and Danny Jones are all returning as part of the coaches line-up, while Emma Willis is back as host.
“I am honoured to back on The Voice Kids, inspiring and sending kids on their way to do awesome stuff with their lives,” Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am previously said. “Danny is amazing and Pixie is awesome. Pixie balances off the wild antics Danny and I have!”
Pixie said: “I had the best time doing this show and was over the moon that Jess, from my team, won. All the kids are incredible and I can’t wait to see what’s in store and who auditions for series two.”
The Voice Kids – open to singers between the ages of 7 and 14 – drew an average of 4 million viewers for its first series.
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