Chinese Million Star

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Million Star/Chinese Million Star
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Chinese Million Star Logo
Also known as 华人星光大道
Genre Reality/Competition
Presented by Mathilda Tao
(陶晶瑩)
Starring John Yuan
(袁惟仁)
Kay Huang
(黃韻玲)
Albert Leung
(林夕)
James Li
(李泉)
David Tao
(陶喆)
Country of origin Taiwan
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of seasons 1 (2nd season currently in production)
No. of episodes 28 (+4 specials)
Production
Executive producer(s) Wáng Weizhōng
(王伟忠)
Zhān Rénxióng
(詹仁雄)
Wang Ya Ju
(汪雅筑)
Running time 120 mins
Broadcast
Original channel CTV
Original run July 3, 2011  – 2013
External links
Website

After 7 seasons of One Million Star, a new Taiwanese televised singing competition named Chinese Million Star begins its search for a new superstar. produced by Gin Star Entertainment, and aired on CTV (China Television Company, Ltd).

The season primary focuses on the five judges namely, John Yuan, Kay Huang, Albert Leung, James Li and Li Quan. The host of the series is helmed by Mathilda Tao.

Season one began on July 3, 2011 and ended on January 8, 2012, with four special episodes airing from January 15, 2012. The series was won by Sharon Kwan.

Season two began in 26th August 2012, and is expected to end on February 3, 2013.

Rules[edit]

To Final 50[edit]

In the early auditions, hopeful contestants are screened by preliminary panels to be selected for singing talent. The audition process is long and tedious, beginning with thousands of candidates eliminated until the number is lowered to the final 50. Every week, the contestants face different tasks that involve singing to complete. The one that performs the worst will be eliminated.

From Final 50 To Crowning The Champion[edit]

Every week, the contestants face different tasks that involve singing to complete. The one that performs the worst will be eliminated.

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