The Voice Thailand

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For international syndication, see The Voice (TV series). For the current season, see The Voice of Thailand (season 2).
The Voice เสียงจริงตัวจริง
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Genre Singing Competition
Created by John de Mol
Presented by Songsit Rungnopakunsi
Rinlanee Sripen (2013)
Judges Saharat Sangkapricha
Pornpan Chunhachai
Apisit Opsasaimlikit
Apiwat Eauthavornsuk
Country of origin  Thailand
Original language(s) Thai
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 30
Production
Running time 90min (Blind Audition)
105min (Battle & Live)
Production company(s) True Music
Toh-Klom
Broadcast
Original channel THAITV CH3
Picture format 480p (4:3 SDTV)
1080p (16:9 Digital TV)
Original run September 9, 2012  – present
Chronology
Related shows The Voice of Holland
The Voice (U.S.)
External links
Official website

The Voice เสียงจริงตัวจริง, (also known as The Voice Thailand) is a Thai reality television series on the Channel 3 television network. It was premiered on 9 September 2012 on Channel 3. The format is Dutch and the original Dutch version of the programme was broadcast in the Netherlands for the first time in 2010 as The Voice of Holland. The programme was commissioned after a successful first season in the U.S., where the programme aired on NBC domestically and AXN Asia regionally. It is produced by True Music and Toh-Klom Televisions

Format[edit]

The Voice is a reality television series that features four coaches looking for a talented new artist, who could become a global superstar. The show's concept is indicated by its title: the coaches do not judge the artists by their looks, personalities, stage presence or dance routines—only their vocal ability. It is this aspect that differentiates The Voice from other reality television series such as The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent or even Must Be the Music. The competitors are split into four teams, which are mentored by the coaches who in turn choose songs for their artists to perform. There is no specific age range and anyone can audition; if a coach likes what they hear, a button-press allows their chair to spin around and face the performer, signifying that they would like to mentor them. If more than one does so, then the artist selects a coach. However, if no coach turns around then the artist is sent home.

There are four different stages: producers' auditions, Blind auditions, Battle phase and live shows.

Battle phase[edit]

The second stage, 'Battle phase', is where two artists are mentored and then developed by their respective coach. The coaches of the team will "dedicate themselves to developing their artists, giving them advice, and sharing the secrets of their success in the music industry". Every member of their team battle against another member from their team. They sing the same song simultaneously, while their coach decides who should continue in the competition. The coaches have to choose from the four individual “battles” to take artists to the live round.

Live shows[edit]

The final stage, 'Live shows', is where the artists perform in front of the coaches and an audience, broadcast live. Each coach will have four artists in their team to begin with and the artists will go head-to-head in the competition to win the public votes. These will determine which artist advances to the final eight. The remaining three artists' future in the show will be determined by the coaches, choosing who will progress.

The final eight artists will compete in a live broadcast.However, the coaches will have a 50/50 say with the audience and the public in deciding which artists move on to the 'final four' phase. In the latter, each coach will have one member who will continue. The final (the winner round) will be decided upon by the public vote.

Coaches and contestants[edit]

Saharat Sangkapricha, Jennifer Kim, Joey Boy, Apiwat Eauthavornsuk are the coaches and vocal mentors. Contestants are listed in order of their ranking from their respective seasons, and arranged alphabetically for those eliminated at the same stage of the competition.

     Winning coach/contestant with winners in bold

     Runner-up – final contestant listed first

     3rd place – final contestant listed first

Season
Kong Saharat Jennifer Kim Joey Boy Stamp
1
  • Thanon Chamroen(1st)
  • Sarocha Senarattana
  • Nawatchpat Chaiya
  • Nattawadee Dokkathin
  • Aekkapol Rattanakumpol & Kiratikarn Phongthongsumran
  • Pichaya Chanwilai
  • Trakarn Srisangchan(3rd)
  • Nontavit Siripornpibol
  • Wichaya Wongsuriyan
  • Virasak Kluakan
  • Tulaya Chantawong
  • Orawee Pinijsarapirom
  • Thachaya Prathumwan(2nd)
  • Bongkoj Charoentham
  • Jittsuda Pongrattsamee
  • Sapha Phanij-attra
  • Piranun Chonpantharak
  • Bongkoj Charoentham
  • Pichet Buakhum(3rd)
  • Duangporn Pongphasuk
  • Narinth Prasoppakdee
  • Cholticha Yotsapol
  • Praklaydao Sukawat
  • Nuttawuth Jenmana
2
  • Wanlika Kesawaphitak(2nd)
  • Sermsartr Del Rosario
  • Nutthida Sriyanon
  • Chanowat Phirisaisanti
  • Kritsada Phitakpattanakon(3rd)
  • Watchara Kanyaporn
  • Lalita Juengwatthakit
  • Natcha Jittanon
  • Kittinan Chinsamran(3rd)
  • Thikhamporn Pritaporn
  • Thanapon Mahatthanadun
  • Warunee Janthanasirirangsee
  • Rangsan Panyaruen(1st)
  • Naphat Sirinin
  • Jamaporn Saengthong
  • Fonpha Pramoj na Ayudhaya

Series overview[edit]

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Winning coach
1 September 9,2012 December 15,2012 Thanon Chamroen Keng Thachaya Ta Trakarn Saharat Sangkapricha
King Pichet
2 September 8,2013 December 15,2013 Rangsan Panyaruen Tangmo Wanlika Kit Kittinan Apiwat Eauthavornsuk
Nat Kritsada
3 September 7,2014 December 21,2014 -

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

External links[edit]