The Voice Portugal

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The Voice Portugal
Voice Portugal.jpg
1st season's logo
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Presented by Catarina Furtado
Vasco Palmeirim (2-)
Judges Portugal Mickael Carreira (2-)
Portugal Marisa Liz (2-)
Angola Anselmo Ralph (2-)
Portugal Aurea (3-)
Portugal Rui Reininho (1-2)
Portugal Paulo Gonzo (1)
United Kingdom Mia Rose (1)
Portugal Anjos (1)
Composer(s) Martijn Schimmer
Country of origin Portugal
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of series 3
No. of episodes 32
Production
Executive producer(s) Pedro Curto
Piet-Hein Bakker
Running time 60 - 150 mins
Production company(s) CBV (series 1)
Shine Iberia (series 2-)
Release
Original network RTP1
Original release October 29, 2011 (2011-10-29)
External links
Website media.rtp.pt/blogs/thevoiceportugal/
Promotional photograph of the Coaches of the first season

The Voice Portugal (A Voz de Portugal in the first season) is a Portuguese reality singing competition and local version of The Voice originally broadcast as The Voice of Holland. It premiered on 29 October 2011, on RTP1, with the first season finale airing on February 25, 2012, crowning Denis Filipe as the winner. The show came back in 2014 with its second season with new judges, a new co-host, a new show name, and new Repórteres V (backstage hosts). The winner of the second season was Rui Drummond. RTP1 later announced the first season of The Voice Kids Portugal and the third season of the main show. The third season premiered October 11, 2015 with new judge, Aurea. In its third season, the show proved to be a hit and was subsequently renewed for a fourth season, that is going to premiere in 2016.[1]

The series employs a panel of four coaches who critique the artists' performances. Each coach guides their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. They also compete to ensure that their act wins the competition, thus making them the winning coach. The original coaching panel consisted of Rui Reininho, Paulo Gonzo, Mia Rose and the duo Anjos. In 2014 when the show came back, Reininho returned as a judge and was joined by Mickael Carreira, Marisa Liz and Anselmo Ralph. Also in 2014, Ralph became one of the judges of the kids version, alongside Daniela Mercury and Raquel Tavares. In the third season Reininho left and was replaced by Aurea.

The show is hosted by Catarina Furtado and in the second season, Vasco Palmeirim and Furtado became co-hosts. The kids version was hosted by Palmeirim and Mariana Monteiro, who was a Repórter V for the second season of the main series. The show also features backstage hosts (Repórteres V). Diogo Beja was the first Repórter V back in 2011, and he came back in the second season, joined by Laura Figueiredo, Mariana Monteiro and Pedro Fernandes. In the third season, Jani Gabriel became the only Repórter V. During the kids season, Rui Maria Pêgo and Isabel Figueira were the backstage hosts.

Concept[edit]

Each season begins with the "Blind Auditions", where coaches form their team of artists whom they mentor through the remainder of the season. The coaches' chairs are faced towards the audience during artists' performances; those interested in an artist press their button, which turns their chair towards the artist and illuminates the bottom of the chair to read "I want you." At the conclusion of the performance, an artist either defaults to the only coach who turned around, or selects his or her coach if more than one coach expresses interest.

In the Battle Rounds (Batalhas), each coach pairs two of his or her team members to perform together, then chooses one to advance in the competition. A new element was added in season two; coaches were given two "steals", allowing each coach to select two individuals who were eliminated during a battle round by another coach.

The Knockout Rounds (Tira-Teimas) were introduced in season two. A pair of artists within a team are selected to go directly to the live shows without performing and other four pairs from each team will have to perform, and only six (including the pair that went directly to the live shows) will go to the live shows.

In the final live performance phase of the competition, artists perform against each other. People's votes helps decide who stays on the show and who leaves.

Timeline of coaches, hosts and Repórteres V[edit]

Coaches Seasons
1 2 3 4
Mickael Carreira
Marisa Liz
Anselmo Ralph
Aurea
Rui Reininho
Mia Rose
Anjos
Paulo Gonzo
Hosts 1 2 3 4
Catarina Furtado
Vasco Palmeirim
Repórteres V 1 2 3 4
Diogo Beja
Laura Figueiredo
Mariana Monteiro
Pedro Fernandes
Jani Gabriel

Coaches' teams and their artists[edit]

     – Winning Coach/Contestant. Winners are in bold, eliminated contestants in small font.
     – Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
     – 3rd place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
     – 4th place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
Season Coaches
Rui Reininho Mia Rose Anjos Paulo Gonzo
1
  • - Denis Filipe
  • - Pedro Poseiro
  • - João Pedro Rosas
  • - Marisa Almeida
  • - Celeste Cortez
  • - João Castro
  • - Joana Alves
  • - Ana Margarida Teixeira
  • - Daniel Moreira
  • - Salvador Seixas
  • - Deborah Gonçalves
  • - Teresa Santos
  • - Inês Martins
  • - Ana Carolina Veiga
  • - Luís de Almeida
  • - Rui Sirgado
  • - Ricardo Oliveira
  • - Carla Ribeiro
  • - Joanna Garcia
  • - Vasco Duarte
  • - Sara Henriques
  • - Luísa & Inês Silva
  • - Bruno Francisco
  • - Joana Barata
  • - Bianca Adrião
  • - Joana Jorge
  • - Sílvio Switha
  • - Sandrine Orsini
  • - Sílvia Silva
  • - Salomé Caldeira
  • - Rui Pereira
  • - Pedro Coelho
2 Mickael Carreira Marisa Liz Anselmo Ralph Rui Reininho
  • - Nuno Ribeiro
  • - Jéssica Cipriano
  • - Mariana Bandhold
  • - Carlos Costa
  • - Bernardo Nunes
  • - Diogo Correia
  • - Luís Sequeira
  • - Bianca Barros
  • - Nuno Pinto
  • - Bruno Vieira
  • - Ricardo Morais
  • - Renata Gonçalves
  • - Rui Drummond
  • - Leonor Andrade
  • - Rita Seidi
  • - Pedro Garcia
  • - João Parreira
  • - Mariana Azevedo
  • - Alexandre Casimiro
  • - Tiago Garrinhas
  • - Constança Gonçalves
  • - Sara Ribeiro
  • - Ricardo Costa
  • - Pablo Oliveira
3 Mickael Carreira Marisa Liz Aurea Anselmo Ralph
  • - Deolinda Kinzimba
  • - Guilherme Azevedo
  • - Sofia Milene
  • - Sofia Silva
  • - Sérgio Sousa
  • - Alfredo Costa
  • - Pedro Maceiras
  • - Ricardo Mestre
  • - Patrícia Teixeira
  • - Soraia Tavares
  • - Inês Côrte-Real
  • - Nayr Faquirá
  • - Pedro Gonçalves
  • - Joana Melo
  • - Albina Bushmalyova
  • - Filipa Azevedo
4
  • - Fernando Daniel
  • - Sérgio Alves
  • - Fausto Vasconcelos
  • - Marcos Bessa
  • - Vera Lima
  • - Juliana Linharelhos
  • - Miguel Carmona
  • - Andrea Verdugo
  • - Daniel Galvão
  • - Maria Bradshaw
  • - Marisa Almeida
  • - Bruno Pina
  • - Francisco Murta
  • - Jéssica Ângelo
  • - David Gomes
  • - Edna
  • - Catarina Castanhas
  • - Bertílio Santos
  • - Marta Carvalho
  • - Márcio Vicente
  • - Cristina Afonso
  • - Joana Lopes
  • - Alexandra Moita
  • - Laura Vargas

Summary[edit]

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Other finalists Winning coach Hosts Coaches (seat order)
1 2 3 4
1 October 29, 2011 February 25, 2012 Denis Filipe Ricardo Oliveira Daniel Moreira Rui Reininho Catarina Furtado Rui Mia Nelson & Sérgio Paulo
Bianca Adrião
2 March 31, 2014 July 27, 2014 Rui Drumond Luís Sequeira Alexandre Casimiro Anselmo Ralph Catarina Furtado
Vasco Palmeirim
Mickael Marisa Anselmo Rui
Nuno Ribeiro
3 October 11, 2015 January 10, 2016 Deolinda Kinzimba Pedro Gonçalves Sérgio Sousa Mickael Carreira Aurea Anselmo
Patrícia Teixeira
4 September 4, 2016 December 25, 2016 Fernando Daniel Francisco Murta Miguel Carmona Marisa Mickael
Marta Carvalho

Ratings[edit]

The Voice Portugal: Viewers per episode (millions)
Season Ep. 1 Ep. 2 Ep. 3 Ep. 4 Ep. 5 Ep. 6 Ep. 7 Ep. 8 Ep. 9 Ep. 10 Ep. 11 Ep. 12 Ep. 13 Ep. 14 Ep. 15 Ep. 16 Ep. 17
2 (2014) 1.143 1.087 1.184 0.922 1.102 0.893 1.054 0.850 0.864 0.864 0.884 1.195 0.789 0.893 N/A
3 (2015-16) 1.170 1.225 1.188 1.140 1.112 1.093 1.074 1.036 1.007 1.112 1.035 1.045 0.998 1.236 N/A
4 (2016) 0.836 1.055 1.178 1.140 1.131 1.397 1.225 1.169 1.083 1.083 1.188 1.159 1.073 1.150 0.998 0.931 0.810
Season Timeslot # Ep. Premiered Ended
Date Ratings/Share Viewers
(in millions)
Date Ratings/Share Viewers
(in millions)
1
Saturdays at 10pm
18
October 29, 2011
7,8 %
(23,7 % share) [2]
N/A
February 25, 2012
7,0 %
(22,1 % share)
N/A
2
Sundays at 9pm
14
March 30, 2014
11,8 %
(21,8 % share)[3]
1.12[4]
July 27, 2014
8,5 %
(20,5 % share)[5]
0.81[6]
Solidarity Special 1
August 3, 2014
4,6 % (11,7 % share)[7] 0.44[7] N/A N/A N/A
New Year's Special [8]
Wednesday at 10pm
1
December 31, 2014
4,7 % (13,2 % share)[9] 0.45[9] N/A N/A N/A
3
Sundays at 9pm
14
October 11, 2015
12.1 %
(24,6 % share)[10]
1.15[10]
January 10, 2016}
13,0 %
(27,2 % share)
1.24
4 17
September 11, 2016
8,8 %
(20,1 % share) [11]
0.84
December 25, 2016
New Year's Special [12]
Saturday at 10pm
1
December 31, 2016
4,7 % (13,2 % share)[9] 0.45[9] N/A N/A N/A

Season 1 (2011-2012)[edit]

The first season of A Voz de Portugal is being hosted by Catarina Furtado, and the four coach members are Singer-Songwriter Paulo Gonzo, rock duo Anjos, YouTube sensation Mia Rose[13] and GNR lead vocalist Rui Reininho.

Teams[edit]

Coaches Artists
Rui Reininho
Denis Filipe Pedro Poseiro João Pedro Rosas Marisa Almeida Celeste Cortez
João Castro Joana Alves Ana Margarida Teixeira Sara Paço Ricardo Martins
Ana Rita Inácio Joana Leite Ricardo Garcia Luís Gaio
Mia Rose
Daniel Moreira Salvador Seixas Deborah Gonçalves Teresa Santos Inês Martins
Ana Carolina Veiga Luís de Almeida Rui Sirgado Emídio Santos Isabel Alexandrino
Dina Alves Ana Trogeira Ana Carolina Silva António Silva
Anjos
Ricardo Oliveira Carla Ribeiro Joana Garcia Vasco Duarte Sara Henriques
Luísa e Inês Silva Bruno Francisco Joana Barata Rita Nascimento Sara Ribeiro
Bel Viana Fábio Leitão Jeanette Azevedo Vânia Osório
Paulo Gonzo
Bianca Adrião Joana Jorge Sílvio Switha Sandrine Orsini Sílvia Silva
Salomé Caldeira Rui Pereira Pedro Coelho Aline Bernardo Joana Oliveira
Tiago Borges Catarina Dias Sandra Silva Arménio Pimenta Filipa Baptista
Note: Contestants won the wildcard in battles are italicized.

Season 2 (2014)[edit]

The second season of The Voice Portugal is being hosted by Catarina Furtado and Vasco Palmeirim, and the four coach members are Mickael Carreira, Amor Electro vocalist Marisa Liz, Anselmo Ralph and GNR lead vocalist Rui Reininho.

Teams[edit]

  •      Winner
  •      Runner-up
  •      Third place
  •      Fourth place
  •      Eliminated in Live shows
  •      Eliminated in Playoffs
  •      Stolen in the Battle rounds
  •      Eliminated in the Battle rounds
Coaches Artists
Mickael Carreira
Nuno Ribeiro Jéssica Cipriano Mariana Bandhold Carlos Costa Bernardo Nunes
Diogo Correia Catarina Alves André Carneiro Maria C. Moreira Sandra & Rui
Renata Gonçalves Inês Guedes Mário Pedrosa Catarina Correia Dinis Coutinho
Filipa Henriques Joel Ferreira Alexandre Guerra
Marisa Liz
Luís Sequeira Bianca Barros Nuno Pinto Bruno Vieira Ricardo Morais
Renata Gonçalves Inês Góis Miguel Monteiro Gabriela Marramaque Fábio de Sousa
Maria C. Moreira Inês Lucas Sandy Soares Nádia Marques Teresa Rocha
Anouska Romão Mariana Morais João Alves
Anselmo Ralph
Rui Drummond Leonor Andrade Rita Seidi Pedro Garcia João Parreira
Mariana Azevedo Elisabete Batista Vanessa Martins David Fonseca Inês Guedes
Jéssica Cipriano Constança Gonçalves Ricardo Costa Maria Santos Carla Batista
Diogo Binnema Sofia Fortuna Raquel Silva
Rui Reininho
Alexandre Casimiro Tiago Garrinhas Constança Gonçalves Sara Ribeiro Ricardo Costa
Pablo Oliveira Gonçalo Silva Glória Pretorius Benedita Gonçalves Tatiana André
Mariana Azevedo Fábio de Sousa Gabriela Pina Bruno Lestre Rebeca Reinaldo
Patrícia Araújo Marta Carrilho Carolina Santos
Note: Italicized names are stolen contestants.

Season 3 (2015-16)[edit]

The third season of The Voice Portugal is being hosted by Catarina Furtado and Vasco Palmeirim, and the four coach members are Mickael Carreira, Amor Electro vocalist Marisa Liz, Anselmo Ralph and the new coach Aurea.

Teams[edit]

  •      Winner
  •      Runner-up
  •      Third place
  •      Fourth place
  •      Eliminated in Live shows
  •      Eliminated in Playoffs
  •      Stolen in the Battle rounds
  •      Eliminated in the Battle rounds
Coaches Artists
Mickael Carreira
Deolinda Kinzimba Guilherme Azevedo Milene Sofia Sofia Silva Beatriz Felício Pedro Melo
Rúben Rodrigues Rui & Marcos Ana Vasconcelos Joana Ferreira Ema & Sara Catarina Melim
Letícia Carvalho Inês Semide Francisco Coelho
Marisa Liz
Sérgio Sousa Alfredo Costa Pedro Maceiras Ricardo Mestre Joana Ferreira Luís Baptista
Ana Vasconcelos Romeu Bairos Patrícia Teixeira Pedro Gonçalves Júnior Oliveira José Costa
Natasha Semmynova Marta Sousa Alex Vantrue Vânia Gonçalves
Aurea
Patrícia Teixeira Soraia Tavares Inês Côrte-Real Nayr Faquirá Ana S. Neto Emanuel Neves
Nuno V. Oliveira Verónica Arruda Sofia Silva Simão Quintans Bruna Costa Mariana Tereso
Maria Silva Lúcia Mourinho Ana I. Freitas
Anselmo Ralph
Pedro Gonçalves Joana Melo Albina Bushmalyova Filipa Azevedo Ana C. Rodrigues Joana Santos
Maria Inês Paris Sara Silva Vanessa Valadas Rafaela Macedo Romeu Neto Laura Vargas
Manuela Lima Marco da Silva Patrícia Ferreira
Note: Italicized names are stolen contestants.

Season 4 (2016)[edit]

The fourth season was confirmed at the end of third season on 10/01/2016. The Hosts and the four coach members remain the same

Season 5 (2017)[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]