Blossoming Flowers

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Blossoming Flowers
花儿朵朵
Blossoming Flowers logo.png
Blossoming Flowers logo
Genre Interactive reality game show
Created by Liao Ke
Country of origin People's Republic of China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of seasons 1
Production
Location(s) Changsha, Hunan
Chengdu, Sichuan
Guangzhou, Guangdong
Hangzhou, Zhejiang
Shenyang, Liaoning
Xining, Qinghai
Release
Original network Qinghai Satellite Television and Hunan Satellite Television
Original release March 30 – September 4, 2010
Chronology
Related shows Super Boy
Super Girl

Blossoming Flowers (simplified Chinese: 花儿朵朵; traditional Chinese: 花兒朵朵; pinyin: Huā'er Duoduo; literally "flower baby blossoming") also known as Super Flowers Girl was an annual national Chinese singing contest for female contestants, organized by Qinghai Satellite Television between 2010. It was generally described as the Qinghai version of Super Girl and becoming another popular entertainment shows in the country. The singing contest will have air its second season in March 2011.[1]

Outline[edit]

Partly inspired by the many spinoffs of the Hunan Satellite Television's Super Girl, the competition was open to any female contestant from ages 18 through 32 regardless of her origin, appearance, or how she sings.[2] Many applicants travelled long distances to take part in the competition hoping to become a star. Each contestant was allowed 30 seconds to perform in front of judges and find out if they were selected for the preliminary regional rounds.

Following the selection of contestants in the five regions, the competition began with the preliminary rounds. Preliminaries were held in each of the five locations where auditions were located. Television viewers were able to watch each of the preliminaries and vote for their favorite singers. Voting was conducted by telephone and text messaging.

The regional preliminaries were followed by a weekly broadcast knockout competition held in Xining, Qinghai province. Viewers called in to vote for their favourite singers, and the weakest two—as voted by the judges and the audience's weekly SMS— faced-off subsequently in a PK, short for Player Kill. The term is derived from kill-or-be-killed multiplayer online games.[3] The singer with the least number of votes was then eliminated.

Season summary[edit]

Season Premiere Date Champion 1st Runner Up 2nd Runner-up Final's Contestants
2010 花儿朵朵 30 March 2010 Momo Mo Longdan (莫龙丹) Cai Tingyu (蔡婷玉) Villi Li Hui (李慧)
  1. Momo Mo Longdan (莫龙丹)
  2. Cai Tingyu (蔡婷玉)
  3. Villi Li Hui (李慧)
  4. Yang Xiucuo (杨秀措)
  5. River Dai Yue (代悦)
  6. Ma Yiru (马沂茹)
  7. Lulu Li Yanglu (李杨璐)
  8. Teng Siyu (滕偲玙)
  9. Wendy Xie Wenting (谢文婷)
  10. Lu Yudi (卢昱弟)
2011 花儿朵朵 5 May 2011 TBD TBD TBD TBD

2010 season[edit]

The first season of Blossoming Flowers aired from March 21. The finale is scheduled for early-September.

Final Contest
No. 10 > 08
Jul 31
08 > 06
Aug 7
06 > 05
Aug 14
05 > 04
Aug 21
04 > 03
Aug 28
03 > 01
Sep 4
1 Mo Longdan
莫龙丹
Mo Longdan
莫龙丹
Dai Yue
代悦
Mo Longdan
莫龙丹
Cai Tingyu
蔡婷玉
Mo Longdan
莫龙丹
2 Ma Yiru
马沂茹
Ma Yiru
马沂茹
Cai Tingyu
蔡婷玉
Li Hui
李慧
Li Hui
李慧
Cai Tingyu
蔡婷玉
3 Teng Siyu
滕偲玙
Li Hui
李慧
Mo Longdan
莫龙丹
Cai Tingyu
蔡婷玉
Mo Longdan
莫龙丹
Li Hui
李慧
4 Cai Tingyu
蔡婷玉
Cai Tingyu
蔡婷玉
Yang Xiucuo
杨秀措
Yang Xiucuo
杨秀措
Yang Xiucuo
杨秀措
5 Yang Xiucuo
杨秀措
Dai Yue
代悦
Li Hui
李慧
Dai Yue
代悦
6 Li Hui
李慧
Yang Xiucuo
杨秀措
Ma Yiru
马沂茹
7 Dai Yue
代悦
Li Yanglu
李杨璐
8 Li Yanglu
李杨璐
Teng Siyu
滕偲玙
9 Xie Wenting
谢文婷
10 Lu Yudi
卢昱弟
     Champion
     Flower girl
     Eliminated

Final contestants[edit]

  • 02 Momo Mo Longdan (莫龙丹) - Shenyang Area - 1st place (Champion)
  • 04 Cai Tingyu (蔡婷玉) - Zhengzhou Area - 2nd place (1st Runner-up)
  • 05 Villi Li Hui (李慧) - Guangzhou Area - 3rd place (2nd Runner-up)
  • 09 Yang Xiucuo (杨秀措) - Xining Area - 4th place
  • 07 River Dai Yue (代悦) - Chengdu Area - 5th place
  • 06 Ma Yiru (马沂茹) - Online (Chongqing) Area - 6th place
  • 03 Lulu Li Yanglu (李杨璐) - Xining Area - 7th place
  • 10 Teng Siyu (滕偲玙) - Chengdu Area - 8th place
  • 08 Wendy Xie Wenting (谢文婷) - Changsha Area - 9th place
  • 01 Lu Yudi (卢昱弟) - Shenyang Area - 10th place

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Blossoming Flowers will have its second run in March". Asia Pacific Arts. 2011-02-22. 
  2. ^ Blossoming Flowers official site
  3. ^ Gordon, Kim Hunter (March 2007). "Player killer TV". Eurobiz. Archived from the original on 2007-07-08. Retrieved 2007-07-30. 

External links[edit]

Official