THE VOICE introduces ALL STAR format for 2019 as fan favourites return

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The Voice will soon return for its eighth season, and this year producers are hoping to generate new interest in the show with a format shake up, with All Star artists coming back for another chance of victory.

The most-championed fan favourites” who missed out on their chance to win The Voice will get a chance at redemption when they return as All Stars to compete against the new talent for a place on the teams of the four Coaches.

With more experience under their belt and the hunger for victory still burning, the All Stars will take everything they have learnt in and out of the competition to vie for a place on The Voice stage against the new-season talent. 

“This year we are bringing back the All Stars,” says Nine’s Head of Content Production and Development, Adrian Swift. “Over the years brilliant singers have been knocked out of The Voice along the way. Sometimes they weren’t confident enough, sometimes it wasn’t their best performance the day they were on stage, so this year they’re coming back.

“We think this new dimension of the show will make it really interesting, seeing people you know and love from the past seven seasons of The Voice coming back to try and turn a chair again.”

 

Bringing a fresh lens to The Voice in season eight sees homegrown star Guy Sebastian in the famous spinning red chair, joining three Coaches from last year, Delta Goodrem, Kelly Rowland and Boy George.

The Voice is currently in production with ITV Australia, and will premiere shortly after Easter.