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Professional jockey sings from the heart

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Diamond in the rough shines on The Voice

The talent keeps racing out of the stables when Australia’s #1 entertainment program of 2021, The Voice, returns Monday,18 April on Channel 7 and 7plus 

Professional jockey Robbie Dolan moved to Australia from Ireland in 2016, but when the 26 year old steps onto The Voice stage, all bets are off.

The multiple Group-1-winning jockey, who has no professional singing training, admits: 

I don’t know anything technical about music, but I’ve always been singing in the car, on the way to the races and in the shower.

I’m not too sure if I can even sing well enough for something like this. I just know that I love singing, it’s definitely from the heart.

Robbie Dolan, Professional Jockey

Robbie’s incredible rendition of James Bay’s Let It Go stuns superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy – proving this jockey has true talent off the track.

That’s what this show is about; actually finding people who don’t know how good they are.

Guy Sebastian

Will this diamond in the rough become a frontrunner on The Voice

Don’t miss the inspirational new season of The Voice, Monday, 18 April on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The Voice premieres Monday, 18 April on Channel 7 and 7plus

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The Voice set to soar

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Superstar coaches left in awe by amazing performance

The world’s biggest singing competition and Australia’s #1 entertainment program of 2021, The Voice, is back, returning soon to Channel 7 and 7plus soon.  

Ready to unearth Australia’s next singing sensation and reclaiming their iconic spinning red chairs for another season of fierce competition are ARIA and GRAMMY© Award winner Keith Urban, UK hit machine Rita Ora, mega-selling, singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian and singing and acting sensation Jessica Mauboy. 

The calibre of performers stepping up to The Voice stage is higher than ever, but one phenomenal female voice has all four superstar coaches in awe, asking “Whose voice is it”?

From pop and rock to soul, country, R&B and every genre in between, The Voice will again see the nation’s greatest voices perform on the biggest stage in Australia. Expect spine-tingling performances, epic chair-turning moments and standing ovations as music dreams become reality.   

With over 60 talented Artists ready to share their voice, what will it take to turn the coaches’ chairs this season?  

What will get me the most is when I feel something; when there’s a truth in their voice that speaks to me beyond the sound of just their vocal and I’m able to feel it deeply.

Keith Urban

I’m listening for passion. I want to hear how much the person loves to sing and their passion for their artistry.

Rita Ora

Last year’s winning coach, Guy is searching for that one-in-a-million voice.

Special voices are rare, and it is worth fighting for as a coach when you hear it. 

Guy Sebastian

For Jess, it’s the artist’s connection with the song and how they tell their own story within the performance.

I want them to make me jump out of my chair to learn more about them as an artist.

Jessica Mauboy

One of the most successful television shows in the world, the 11th Australian season of The Voice is hosted by Sonia Kruger and is poised to uncover some of the world’s most incredible performers, all vying to be crowned the 2022 series winner.

Don’t miss the incredible new season of The Voice, coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

The Voice is coming soon on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Get ready to roar!

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The Voice coaches soar in new film clip

Get ready to roar! Superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy have recorded an epic promo to mark the upcoming season return of 2021’s #1 entertainment program, The Voice, coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

Inthesnappy, feel-good film clip directed by ARIA award-winning filmmaker James Chappell, the coaches lend their striking vocals to Katy Perry’s much-loved anthem Roar as they perform on a custom-built, neon-lit stage surrounded bydazzlingfireworks and a sea of over 100 dancers. 

Known for discovering and nurturing new artists, including 2021 series champion Bella Taylor Smith, The Voice is set to make more dreams come true in 2022 with even more life-changing, spectacular chair-turning moments.

One of the most successful formats in the world, the new season of Seven’s The Voice will be hosted by Sonia Kruger and features surprising new twists, plus the strongest ever line-up of artists competing to be crowned the winner.

Don’t miss the next explosive season of The Voice, returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

The Voice is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus

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The Voice Generations starts tonight

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World-first special event series, only on Channel 7 and 7plus

It’s the show Australia needs right now and tonight the special event version of the world’s biggest singing competition, The Voice Generations, starts at 7.30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.

In the show-stopping premiere, superstar coach Guy Sebastian’s dreams of unearthing Australia’s answer to The Jackson 5 might be closer than he thinks.

The Wena family are a fun-loving family that lives, sings and parties together. They are strongly influenced by their Congolese heritage, where music and singing is a way of life. 

Eldest daughter, Jael, 15 – who represented Australia at Junior Eurovision in 2018 – leads the group of six that includes mum Rebekah and dad David, as well as her siblings Israel,13, Esther, 12 and Shenae, 9.  

We’re a very energetic family that loves to have fun.

Rebekah

Don’t miss TheVoice Generations, a special event series over three big nights. Talented families, friends, neighbours and even students and teachers team up​ to vie for glory across powerful Blind Auditions and epic Battles, singing head-to-head to claim their spot in Wednesday’s first-ever TheVoice Generations Grand Finale. 

The Voice Generations premieres 7:30pm Tonight on Channel 7 and 7plus, Continues Tuesday and Wednesday 7.30pm

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Generations come together

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Unmissable week of talent and triumph

The nation’s greatest voices are set to come together for one blockbuster week when The Voice Generations premieres 7.30pm Monday, 31 January on Channel 7 and 7plus.

A global-first twist on the smash hit series, this unmissable special event features superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy witnessshow-stopping performances, tears and triumph as the power of music connects generations like never before.

Over three massive nights, Australia’s most talented families, friends, neighbours and even students and teachers team up to vie for Voice glory.

Don’t miss The Voice Generations,a singing competition for the ages, premiering Monday, 31 January on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The Voice Generations premieres 7:30pm Monday, 31 January on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Stars are born

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Father and daughter duo shine on The Voice Generations

Two stars are born when 52-year-old dad, Tim, and his 23-year-old daughter, Caitlin, take the stage in Seven’s unmissable special event series, The Voice Generations, premiering Monday, 31 January on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The duo’s breath-taking blind audition stunned superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy.

I see that connection, that love, that bond. It is absolutely outstanding. Nothing like it.

Jessica Mauboy

It took losing one dream to find another for Caitlin, who confessed:

When I was seven, my main goal was to be going to the Olympics. I injured my back quite badly, but I’m glad I did in the end because I found singing.

Caitlin

Caitlin’s dad Tim supported her through her recovery period and, over the years, Caitlin has been her dad’s rock – helping him through his own personal battles. But it’s music that brings them even closer together. 

It’s a great opportunity for us to be able to hang out and do something we love together.

Caitlin

Don’t miss The Voice Generations, a special event series over three big nights. Talented families, friends, neighbours and even students and teachers team up​ to vie for Voice glory across powerful Blind Auditions and epic Battles, singing head-to-head to claim their spot in the first-ever The Voice Generations Grand Finale.  

The Voice Generations starts Monday, 31 January on Channel 7 and 7plus

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First Look: Come together with The Voice Generations

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A singing competition for the ages lands in 2022

For one blockbuster week only, The Voice Generations, a global-first special event​ featuring superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy is coming to Channel 7 and 7plus.

This is the reason why I’ve come back to Australia!

Rita Ora, UK hit machine (After witnessing one breath-taking Blind Audition)

In a massive twist on the world’s biggest singing competition, The Voice Generations sees the nation’s greatest voices​ from each generation come together to perform in The Voice arena. Expect show-stopping performances, tears and triumphs as the power of music connects generations like never before. 

Talented families, friends, neighbours and even students and teachers team up​ to vie for Voice glory in this special edition of the smash-hit series.

Across powerful Blind Auditions and epic Battles, the generations will sing head-to-head to claim their spot in the first-ever Voice Generations Grand Finale.  

Don’t miss The Voice Generations, a singing competition for the ages, when it arrives on Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

The Voice Generations is coming to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022

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Australia’s favourite coaches are back

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Keith, Rita, Guy and Jess return to The Voice in 2022

The Seven Network today confirmed the beloved superstar coaches from the #1 series of 2021 are back, when The Voice returns to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

After winning the heart of the nation in 2021, multiple ARIA and GRAMMY© Award winner Keith Urban, UK hit machine Rita Ora, mega-selling singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian, and  singing and acting sensation Jessica Mauboy are set to find Australia’s next singing star, all from the comfort of their famous red chairs.

Sonia Kruger will also return as host for the 11th season of The Voice, the world’s biggest singing competition.

From the moment it arrived at its new home on Seven, The Voice has dominated the national conversation, capturing a series average total audience of 2.11 million nationally, up 49% on last year. It is the only series to deliver more than 1 million metro viewers for every episode, and the most successful series of The Voice since 2015.

This year’s Grand Final Winner Announced segment saw 2.42 million people nationally watch from the edge of their seats as Bella Taylor Smith was crowned The Voice 2021 in a life-changing and spectacular result. Earlier that night, 2.2 million people watched the Grand Final episode.

I can’t wait to return to The Voice. I absolutely love Australia, andit’s a privilege to be part of such a life-changing show. The phenomenal artists this year blew my mind, especially Team Rita. The other coaches are like extended family and I’m really looking forward to getting back together to discover the next The Voice superstar.

Rita Ora

The Voice just sent me a photo of an empty spinning red chair and said ‘this has your name on it’…. and it literally did…. So, I RSVP’d ‘YES!’…. and I’ll be coming ready to play!!

Keith Urban

Last season was one of the best times I’ve ever had making television! The vibe was great, the fun was real and, yet again, we uncovered some insane Aussie talent. I can’t wait to be back again next season with Keith, Rita, Jess and the incredible team of producers and musicians to make some more magic happen! Oh … and Team Guy won. Bella you really raised the standards for all of us!

Guy Sebastian

I am excited to be invited back to The Voice 2022 with this incredible team of coaches again. We had such a great time this year. The talent in this country is exceptional and to be able to continue to support and showcase upcoming musicians is always an honour.

Jessica Mauboy

The Voice is returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022

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The Voice soars on Seven and 7plus

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Biggest show of 2021, audience up 45% on 2020

The blockbuster new season of The Voice on the Seven Network ended on a high note last night, drawing record audiences across all screens and dominating the total people and 25 to 54s rankings. 

Nationally, 2.02 million viewers watched the Grand Finale – Winner Announced episode of the world’s biggest singing competition on Channel 7, including 1.38 million in the capital cities.

A further 92,000 live streamed the thrilling conclusion on 7plus, as Bella Taylor Smith was crowned the winner after delivering an inspiring performance of Never Enough from The Greatest Showman.

The Grand Finale – Winner Announced was the show’s biggest overnight audience this year and was #1 in its timeslot in 25 to 54s and total people.

Earlier last night, The Voice – Grand Finale attracted 1.9 million viewers nationally and 1.29 million in the capital cities, ranking #1 its timeslot in total people and recording the biggest Grand Finale audience since 2015.

The 2021 season of The Voice demolished the competition to become the most-watched regular program so far in 2021, dominating its timeslot in 25 to 54s and total people, and it was the only television series this year to attract over 1 million capital-city viewers every episode.

With consolidated viewing, including catch-up and online streaming audiences, the 2021 season had an average total audience of 2.11 million viewers. That represented a 24% lift on the 2021 series’ average overnight audience.

The Voice boosted Seven’s timeslot audience year-on-year by an average of 105% in 25 to 54s and 95% in total people. It was up 42% on the series’ 2020 national audience, and up 36% in the capital cities.

On 7plus, The Voice had an average of 257,000 viewers through on-demand and live streaming, up 65% on the 2020 BVOD season average.

The Voice was #1 in live streaming every night it aired with an average of 75,000 viewers watching live on 7plus alongside the television broadcast, up 151% on the 2020 live streaming average. Viewing on 7plus alone added 14% to the average total audience and 22% in 25 to 54s.

The Voice has dominated the new VOZ total TV reporting system, ranking as the #1 program each week since its launch. The spectacular launch episode was watched by 2.31 million Australians nationally, including over 292,000 on 7plus, giving the singing competition its biggest launch since 2015 and Seven its biggest entertainment show launch since 2016.

We’re thrilled with how Australia has connected with the incredible new season of The Voice on Seven to make it the number one television show in 2021. Our electrifying new line-up of megastar coaches – Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy – our fantastic host Sonia Kruger and this year’s world-class artists engaged viewers and hit the right notes with younger audiences.

The series is the #1 entertainment show of the year, dominated its timeslot in 25 to 54s and under 50s and reached new heights on 7plus to become the streaming service’s biggest launch show ever and Australia’s #1 live-streamed show in 2021. The Voice’s phenomenal success has helped Seven become the number one network so far in 2021 and is further proof that Seven’s content-led growth strategy is successfully delivering on its aims.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Network Director of Programming

The total video results across linear, streaming and on demand for The Voice has been nothing short of phenomenal. Using the 7REDiQ data platform, we saw that The Voice led in the demos and was able to help brands achieve stronger results by connecting with audiences at a deeper, more relevant level across all screens.

The brand integrations and the show’s huge audience created a winning formula for marketers. We look forward to creating even more exciting new innovations our partners in the next series of The Voice and in The Voice: Generations.

Kurt Burnette, Seven West Media Chief Revenue Officer

The Voice is an ITV Studios Australia production for the Seven Network.

Seven has commissioned The Voice: Generations, a special event series that will premiere on Seven and 7plus in 2022.

This has been an extraordinary season of The Voice in 2021. We thank the Seven Network for their incredible support for the brand. It has truly demonstrated its strength, resonating with Australian audiences with such incredible ratings for every episode. The season showcased phenomenal singers with spectacular performances, and our warmest congratulations to Bella Taylor Smith who captured the hearts of all Australians.

We are now in preproduction for the next series, as well as our brand new adaptation, The Voice: Generations, for Seven in 2022.

David Mott, ITV Studios Australia CEO and Managing Director

The Voice by the numbers

  • • National total audience (includes time-shift and BVOD): 2.11 million – up 45% on 2020
  • • Capital city total TV audience (includes time-shift, BVOD): 1.52 million – up 40% on 2020
  • • National average broadcast audience: 1.84 million – up 42% on 2020
  • • Capital city average broadcast audience: 1.27 million – up 36% on 2020
  • • Average national time-shifted audience: 137,000
  • • Timeslot rankings: #1 in total people, 25 to 54s, men and women
  • • 2021 season lifted its timeslot audience year-on-year 105% in 25 to 54s, 95% in total people
  • • 7plus average BVOD audience: 194,000 (7 day) – up 59% on 2020
  • • 7plus: 281.9 million minutes streamed
  • • Reached over 10.2 million viewers (7 million in the capital cities); BVOD reached over 1.7 million viewers nationally

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Bella is The Voice

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Australia chooses Bella Taylor Smith as winner of The Voice 2021

Australia has made its decision: Bella Taylor Smith has been crowned The Voice 2021.

Along with the illustrious title, the incredible singing teacher takes home $100,000 prize money and a recording contract with EMI Recorded Music Australia.

I really can’t believe it. I’m so thankful. I can’t wait to see what incredible things are ahead for me. I’m really grateful for you [coach Guy], for everyone who voted and for my beautiful family who I love.

Bella, after receiving the life-changing news from host Sonia Kruger

I’m so proud. There are so many deserving people up there, but you are special Bella, go out there and kill it, I know you will.

Guy Sebastian

Still in awe of her dream come true, the 23-year-old Sydney-sider took to the stage to perform her new single Higher (stream/download here).

From the moment she stepped on stage for her first Blind Audition, Bella’s breathtaking voice captured the hearts of the nation, along with all-star coaches Rita Ora, Keith Urban, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy.

Tonight, she wowed with her show-stopping final solo performance of Never Enough from The Greatest Showman.

If you’re not a believer at this point you’ve got to check your pulse. That was amazing.

Keith Urban

Rita was captivated and “felt like she was floating” calling the performance “unbelievable.”

Bella was joined by Guy on stage for an incredible duet of The Prayer by Andrea Bocelli, as the superstar coach surprised Bella, inviting her to join him on tour as his support act.

Guy’s been so lovely and genuine this whole process and I’m really grateful he’s been my mentor. I feel very lucky to be able to sing with him.

Bella

Fellow Grand Finalists Arlo Sim, Mick Harrington and G-Nat!on stunned, with amazing performances across the series, as The Voice soared on its new home of Channel 7 and 7plus, becoming the #1 regular series of 2021.

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