The Voice 2016, Season 11 -Introduction to the new contest.

Some oddball judges this year. This episode starts the year off with two amazing singers. Video in post.

THE VOICE -- "Blind Auditions" -- Pictured: (l-r) Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)[/caption]

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There is no more American Idol and so the main and premier singing competitive reality show is now The Voice.

This show has four judges sitting in big turnaround chairs. The contender sings a song with the judges' backs turned. The judges cannot see the singer, only hear them. Which is the point.

If the judge likes a contender he turns his chair around to see the singer for the first time and presses a buzzer, expressing preference.

The singer finishes his or her song and after introductions and small talk, the singer picks, out of the judges who pressed their buzzers, the one who will be their mentor.

Miley Cyrus is a judge this year and first of all she wears some kind of nutball outfit with flowers sewn in all over. Next complaint, I do not think Cyrus is talented at all. Her father is a well-known singer because nobody would ever have heard of Miley Cyrus if not for Billy Ray.


Another new judge is Alicia Keyes, who I know nothing about.

Two amazing singers were featured in this show and videos of each are below.

We McDonald (yes her first name really is WE, pronounced WAY) is 17 and has a voice meant to win this.

Darby Walker is also a young woman whose family packed up and moved just so she could follow her music career. Listen to her beautiful husky voice.

Viewers were informed that the show will pick up again in mid-September. Come back here regularly as we will be covering.


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