Akhali Khma

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ახალი ხმა
New Voice
The Voice of Georgia Logo.jpg
Genre Reality television
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Presented by Duta Skhirtladze
Anna Imedashvili[1]
Judges lela Tsurtsumia
Nino Chkheidze
Stephane & Maia Darsmelidze
Dato Porchkhidze[1]
Country of origin Georgia
Original language(s) Georgian
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 17
Production
Executive producer(s) Davit Imedashvili
Producer(s) Giorgi Imedashvili
Ekaterine Natsvlishvili
Running time 82 - 165 minutes
Release
Original channel IMEDI TV
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Original release October 4, 2012 (2012-10-04) – January 13, 2013 (2013-01-13)[2]
External links
Official Facebook Page
Production website

Akhali Kartuli Khma (Georgian: ახალი ქართული ხმა, literally: The New Georgian Voice) is a reality television show and singing competition broadcast from Georgia. It is part of the international syndication The Voice based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, launched in the Netherlands, created by Dutch television producer John de Mol. Its first season kicked off on October 4, 2012 and finished on January 13, 2013.[3][4]

One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Five coaches, themselves popular performing artists, composers and producers, train talents in their group and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the auditioner.[5]

The winner of first season was Salome Katamadze with 48.6% of the votes. She was awarded by the show's sponsor, Geocell, a trip to Los Angeles, California to record single at Universal Music Studio. She was also provided with a flat in Digomi Palace Complex by Archi Group located in Tbilisi.[6][7][8]

3 days after the end of first season, in April 2013 The Voice Kids of Georgia began.[6]

Season 1 (2012–2013)[edit]

The first season of The Voice of Georgia kicked off on October 4, 2012. The show was hosted by Duta Skhirtladze and Anna Imedashvili. There were 6 episodes of Blind Auditions, 4 episodes of Battles and 6 Live Shows!

Tables[edit]

Detailed results
‹See Tfm›     – Contestant was safe by public vote
‹See Tfm›     – Contestant safe by coach's vote
‹See Tfm›     – Contestant receiving the fewest votes and was eliminated
‹See Tfm›     – Contestant not participating
‹See Tfm›     – Winner
Live Show 1
15.12.2012 - 23:00
Live Show 2
22.12.2012 - 23:00
Quarter-final 1
29.12.2012 - 23:00
Quarter-final 2
5.01.2013 - 23:00
Semi-final
12.01.2013 - 22:00
Final
13.01.2013 - 22:00
Merab Sepashvili's Team
Sandro Kadagidze Safe Safe Safe 3rd
(6,2%)
Veriko Matsaberidze Safe Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Semi-final)
Keti Kvitsaridze Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Tedo Qoridze Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Ani Asatiani Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 1)
Giorgi Chikovani Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 1)
Sofo Papuashvili Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 1)
Stephane Mgebrishvili & Maia Darsmelidze's Team
Nini Tsnobiladze Safe Safe Safe 2nd
(41,7%)
Magda Vasadze Safe Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Semi-final)
Ioane Arabuli Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Mariam Sharmanashvili Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Tika Iremashvili Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 1)
David Eradze Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 1)
Sopho Ninoshvili Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 1)
Dato Porchkhidze's Team
Salome Katamadze Safe Safe Safe Winner
(48,6%)
Lasha Topuria Safe Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Semi-final)
Irakli & Tornike Gulashvili
(Brothers Duo)
Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Mako Kvitaishvili Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Nini Bregvadze Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 2)
Aleko Cercvadze Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 2)
Nadin Zakharian-Lucenko Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 2)
Nino Chkheidze's Team
Tika Jamburia Safe Safe Safe 4th
(3,5%)
Levan Gvazava Safe Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Semi-final)
Irina Bairamashvili Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Ia Tomashi Safe Eliminated
Eliminated
(Quarter-final)
Giorgi Modzmanashvili Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 2)
Sopho Sazhiniani Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 2)
David Gabidzashvili Eliminated
Eliminated
(Live Show 2)

Season 2 (2013–2014)[edit]

It was announced that auditions for The Voice of Georgia Season 2 will begin in Summer 2013 right after the end of The Voice Kids of Georgia. The Voice of Georgia Season 2 will kick-off on Imedi TV in October 2013.[6] The coaches were Lela Tsurtsumia, Dato Porchkhidze, Stephane and Maia Darsmelidze. The winner of the 2nd season came Mariam Chachkhiani from Dato Porchkidzes team.

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