The Voice Brasil

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The Voice Brasil
The Voice Brasil new logo.jpg
The Voice Brasil title card.
Genre Reality television
Format Interactive singing
competition
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Directed by J. B. "Boninho" de Oliveira
Carlos Magalhães
Presented by Tiago Leifert
Judges Lulu Santos
Carlinhos Brown
Claudia Leitte
Daniel
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 26
Production
Producer(s) J. B. "Boninho" de Oliveira
Location(s) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Running time 90 minutes
Production company(s) Talpa Media
Endemol Globo
Broadcast
Original channel Globo
Picture format PAL (576i)
HDTV 1080i
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original run September 23, 2012 (2012-09-23) – present
Chronology
Related shows The Voice (TV series)
The Voice (U.S.)
The Voice of Holland
The Voice UK
External links
Website

The Voice Brasil is a current Brazilian reality talent show which premiered on Rede Globo on September 23, 2012. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, the series was created by Dutch television producer John de Mol.[1]

Overview[edit]

The series is part of the The Voice franchise and is based on a similar competition format in The Netherlands entitled The Voice of Holland. The winner is entitled to a R$ 500.000 prize and a recording contract with Universal Music Group.[2]

Format[edit]

The series consists of three phases:

  • Blind audition
  • Battle round
  • Live performance shows

Blind audition[edit]

Four judges/coaches, all famous musicians, will choose teams of 12 contestants each through a four-episode-long blind audition process.[3] Each judge has the length of the auditionee's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team; if two or more judges want the same singer then the singer gets to choose which coach they want to work with.

Battle round[edit]

Each team of singers will be mentored and developed by their coach. In the second stage, which lasts for three episodes,[3] coaches will have two of their team members battle against each other by singing the same song, with the coach choosing which team member will advance to the next stage.

Live performance shows[edit]

In the final phase, the nine remaining contestants of each team will compete against each other in five weeks of live broadcasts.[3] The television audience will help to decide who moves on. When one team member remains for each coach, these four contestants will compete against each other in the finale, with the most voted singer declared the season's winner.

Host and coaches[edit]

The coaches of The Voice Brasil

Host[edit]

On June 12, 2012, the host was confirmed to be sport journalist and news anchor Tiago Leifert.[4] Actress Daniele Suzuki will serve as backstage interviewer.[5] In season two, comedian and presenter Miá Mello replaced Daniele as backstage interviewer.[6]

Coaches[edit]

On June 5, 2012, Rede Globo officially confirmed the four coaches for the first season: Brazilian axé singer Claudia Leitte, pop rock singer-songwriter Lulu Santos, Academy Award-nominated singer-songwriter and instrumentist Carlinhos Brown, and sertanejo singer Daniel.[7]


Coaches' teams[edit]

     – Winning coach and their team. Winners are in bold, eliminated artists in smaller font.
Season Lulu Santos Carlinhos Brown Claudia Leitte Daniel
1 Maria Christina
Kesia Estácio
Marquinho Osócio
Lorena Lessa
Patricia Rezende
Gabriel Levan
Luana Mallet
Greicy Schwendner
Thaís Moreira
Ellen Oléria
Ludmillah Anjos
Mira Callado
Dani Morais
Rafah
Quesia Luz
Mayara Prado
Dani Montouri
Karla da Silva
Ju Moraes
Thalita Pertuzatti
Ana Rafaela
Bella Stone
Nayra Costa
Gustavo Fagundes
Grace Carvalho
Sandra Honda
Breno Lima
Liah Soares
Danilo Dyba
Junior Meirelles
Alma Thomas
Pedro Eduardo
Carol Marques
Priscylla Lisboa
Fernando Cruz
Vinny Brito
2 Pedro Lima
Luana Camarah
Dom Paulinho Lima
André & Kadu
Amanda Amado
Nando Motta
Carina Mennitto
Rully Anne
Luciana Balby
Stolen Artist
Lucy Alves
Marcos Lessa
Rodrigo Castellani
Rafael Furtado
Bruna Barreto
Angelo & Ângel
Heverton Castro
Raíza Rae
Nene Oliveira
Stolen Artist
Sam Alves
Gabby Moura
Khrystal
Rully Anne
Jullie
Débora Cidrak
Guto Santanna
Maylssonn
Julia Tazzi
Bruna Góes
Rubens Daniel
Cecília Militão
Marcela Bueno
Gustavo Trebien
Herli Dias
Anne Marie
Alessandra Crispin
Ana Lonardi
Samya Nalany
Stolen Artist
3 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Guest mentors and advisers[edit]

Season Lulu Santos Carlinhos Brown Claudia Leitte Daniel
1 Preta Gil Rogério Flausino Ed Motta Luiza Possi
2 Gaby Amarantos Rogério Flausino Maria Gadú Luiza Possi
3 Di Ferrero Rogério Flausino Dudu Nobre Luiza Possi

Series overview[edit]

     Team Lulu
     Team Brown
     Team Claudia
     Team Daniel
Season Winner Other finalists Winning coach Hosts Coaches
1 Ellen Oléria Ju Moraes Liah Soares Maria Christina Carlinhos Brown Tiago Leifert (Main)
Daniele Suzuki (Backstage)
Lulu Santos
Carlinhos Brown
Claudia Leitte
Daniel
2 Sam Alves Lucy Alves Pedro Lima Rubens Daniel Claudia Leitte Tiago Leifert (Main)
Miá Mello (Backstage)
3 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Tiago Leifert (Main)
Fernanda Souza (Backstage)

Ratings[edit]

All numbers are in points and provided by IBOPE.

Season Timeslot (BRT) Episodes Premiered Ended TV season Viewers
(in points)
Date Premiere viewers
(in points)
Date Finale viewers
(in points)
1
Sunday
02:15 p.m.
13
September 23, 2012
15[8][9]
December 16, 2012
14[10][11] 2012–13 15
2
Thursday
10:30 p.m.
13
October 3, 2013
24[12]
December 26, 2013
27[13] 2013–14 26
  • Each point represents 60.000 households in São Paulo.

International broadcasting[edit]

Country / Region Channel Airing
Africa (orthographic projection).svg Africa TV Globo Africa September 30, 2012
Asia (orthographic projection).svg Asia TV Globo Oceania
Central America (orthographic projection).svg Central America TV Globo North America September 23, 2012
Europe (orthographic projection).svg Europe TV Globo Europe September 30, 2012
 Japan TV Globo IPC
North America (orthographic projection).svg North America TV Globo North America September 23, 2012
Oceania (orthographic projection).svg Oceania TV Globo Oceania September 30, 2012
 Portugal TV Globo Portugal
South America (orthographic projection).svg South America TV Globo South America September 23, 2012

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