The Voice of Vietnam

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The Voice of Vietnam
Giọng hát Việt
Genre Reality television
Created by John de Mol
Presented by Phan Anh
Judges Đàm Vĩnh Hưng (1–3)
Thu Minh (1, 4)
Trần Lập (†) (1)
Hồ Ngọc Hà (1)
Hồng Nhung (2)
Mỹ Linh (2)
Quốc Trung (2)
Mỹ Tâm (3)
Thu Phương (3)
Tuấn Hưng (3)
Tóc Tiên (4)
Đông Nhi (4)
Noo Phước Thịnh (4)
Country of origin Vietnam
Original language(s) Vietnam
No. of series 3
No. of episodes 61
Production
Running time 120min (Blind Audition, Battle Round and Knock out)
120min (Liveshows)
Production company(s) Cát Tiên Sa
Release
Original network Vietnam Television
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release July 8, 2012 – present
Chronology
Related shows The Voice of Holland
The Voice (U.S.)
External links
Website gionghatviet.vn

The Voice of Vietnam (Vietnamese: Giọng hát Việt) is a reality television singing competition created by John de Mol. It premiered in Vietnam in July 2012 on Vietnam Television. 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 Cát Tiên Sa.

Format[edit]

Contestants are aspiring singers drawn from public auditions. The show's format features three stages of competition. The first is the blind audition (vòng giấu mặt), in which four coaches listen to contenders without seeing them, and turn their chairs to signify that they are interested in working with that artist. If more than one coach turns the chair, the artist chooses the coach he or she would like to work with. The blind audition ends when each coach has fourteen (Vietnamese version) artists to work with. Coaches will dedicate themselves to developing their singers, giving them advice, and sharing the secrets of their success.

The competition then enters into a battle round (vòng đối đầu), when the coaches pit two of their own team members against each other to sing the same song together in front of a studio audience. After the one-on-one battle on stage, the coach must choose which singers will advance. Thus less than half of original artists (6) survive to live shows lasting 10 weeks so far. In this final performance phase of the competition, the top contestants from each team compete against each other during a live broadcast. The television audience vote to save one contestant on each team, leaving the coach to decide live who they want to save and who will not move on. In the semi-final round, the public directly chooses between the two artists left on each team based upon an online music video produced and released by the executive producers.[1]

Finally, each coach will have his/her best contestant left standing to compete in the finals, singing an original song. From these four, one will be named "Giọng hát Việt" (literally: "The Voice of Vietnam") - and will receive a cash prize of 500 million VND and a recording contract with Universal Republic Records.[2]

Coaches[edit]

On March 14, 2012 four coaches were chosen, namely Thu Minh, Trần Lập, Hồ Ngọc Hà and Đàm Vĩnh Hưng. They guided a team of fourteen. The first season is hosted by Phan Anh, former host of Vietnam Idol, while V.Music band, including 4 members, and Phương Mai take the role of backstage and social media correspondents respectively. The second season saw the departures of Thu Minh, Trần Lập, Hồ Ngọc Hà due to professional reasons and they were replaced by Mỹ Linh, Hồng Nhung and Quốc Trung respectively. Season 3, which took place in May 2015, has the same changes of coaches as Thu Phương, Mỹ Tâm and Tuấn Hưng joined the show, while Đàm Vĩnh Hưng is the only coach to stay on the show since the first season. Phan Anh continued his job as host in season 2 and season 3.

The fourth season, which will begin airing in February 2017, marks the first time in any franchise of The Voice worldwide to have 3 female coaches and only one male coach. The coaches for season 4 are Thu Minh, who returned to her red chair after 2 seasons absence; former Vietnam Idol Kids judge Tóc Tiên as well as two coaches from The Voice Kids, Đông Nhi and Noo Phước Thịnh. The panel faced criticism from the social media because the 3 new judges are young and considered "inexperienced". The fourth season is hosted by Nguyên Khang, former host of The X Factor Vietnam.

Timeline of coaches[edit]

Coaches Seasons
1 2 3 4 !
Thu Minh
Hồ Ngọc Hà
Trần Lập (†)
Đàm Vĩnh Hưng
Mỹ Linh
Hồng Nhung
Quốc Trung
Thu Phương
Mỹ Tâm
Tuấn Hưng
Đông Nhi
Noo Phước Thịnh
Tóc Tiên

Series overview[edit]

Key
Season Premiere Finale Winner Other finalists Winning coach Host Backstage Host Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 July 8, 2012 January 13, 2013 Phạm Thị Hương Tràm Đinh Hương Lê Phạm Xuân Nghi Nguyễn Kiên Giang Thu Minh Phan Anh Phương Mai
V-Music
Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Thu Minh Hồ Ngọc Hà Trần Lập
2 May 19, 2013 November 11, 2013 Vũ Thảo My Nguyễn Hoàng Tôn Vũ Cát Tường Trần Vũ Hà My Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Yumi Dương Mỹ Linh Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Hồng Nhung Quốc Trung
3 May 10, 2015 September 20, 2015 Nguyễn Đức Phúc Yến Lê Nguyễn Hoàng Dũng Trần Thị Tố Ny Mỹ Tâm Linh Sunny Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Mỹ Tâm Thu Phương Tuấn Hưng
4 February 12, 2017 June 4, 2017 Ali Hoàng Dương Nguyễn Anh Tú Nguyễn Hiền Mai Hiền Hồ Thu Minh Nguyên Khang Tim
Quỳnh Chi
Tóc Tiên Thu Minh Noo Phước Thịnh Đông Nhi
Ngô Anh Đạt

Coaches' teams[edit]

Colour key:

Season Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Thu Minh Hồ Ngọc Hà Trần Lập (†)
1 Lê Phạm Xuân Nghi
Đồng Lan
Phan Ngọc Luân
Vũ Thanh Hằng
Trọng Khương
Hương Tràm
Trúc Nhân
Đỗ Xuân Sơn
Dương Trần Nghĩa
Phương Linh
Đinh Hương
Bùi Anh Tuấn
Tiêu Châu Như Quỳnh
Đào Bá Lộc
Thái Trinh
Nguyễn Kiên Giang
Trần Kim Loan
Nguyễn Thùy Linh
Nguyễn Văn Thắng
Bảo Anh
2 Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Mỹ Linh Hồng Nhung Quốc Trung
Vũ Thảo My
Song Tú
Ngọc Trâm
Minh Sang
Nguyễn Văn Viết
Nguyễn Hoàng Tôn
Nguyễn Thái Quang
Dương Hoàng Yến
Trần Diễm Hương
Huyền My
Vũ Cát Tường
Phạm Hà Linh
Âu Bảo Ngân
Đỗ Thành Nam
Hoàng Nhật Minh
Trần Vũ Hà My
Trần Thái Châu
Đinh My Hoàn
Phạm Khánh Duy
Hoàng Phúc
3 Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Mỹ Tâm Thu Phương Tuấn Hưng
Trần Thị Tố Ny
Vicky Nhung
Thái Bảo Trâm
Phượng Vũ
Thùy Linh
Nguyễn Đức Phúc
Bảo Uyên
Phạm Vân Anh
Đào Ngọc Sang
Thu Thủy
Nguyễn Hoàng Dũng
Nguyễn Kiều Anh
Phùng Khánh Linh
Phạm Anh Duy
Kimmese
Yến Lê
Thủy Bùi
Hoàng Mai Hạ Vy
Trần Đăng Quang
Nguyễn Diệu My
4 Tóc Tiên Thu Minh Noo Phước Thịnh Đông Nhi
Hiền Hồ
Huỳnh Phương Mai
Nguyễn Dương Thuận
Đào Trọng Tín
Ali Hoàng Dương
Trần Anh Đức
Trần Tùng Anh
Phạm Hải Anh
Nguyễn Hiền Mai
Ngô Anh Đạt
Nga Helen
Đặng Thu Hà
Nguyễn Anh Tú
Han Sara
Huyền Dung
Giáng My

Coaches' advisors[edit]

Season Advisors
1 Cẩm Vân
Elvis Phương
Team Đàm Vĩnh Hưng
Hồng Nhung
Nguyễn Hải Phong
Team Thu Minh
Hồ Quỳnh Hương
Thanh Bùi
Team Hồ Ngọc Hà
Siu Black
Hồ Hoài Anh
Team Trần Lập
2 Nguyễn Ngọc Anh
Team Đàm Vĩnh Hưng
Hồng Kiên
Team Mỹ Linh
Thanh Bùi
Team Hồng Nhung
Lưu Thiên Hương
Team Quốc Trung
3 Quang Linh
Team Đàm Vĩnh Hưng
Hoài Sa
Team Mỹ Tâm
Hồng Nhung
Team Thu Phương
Lệ Quyên
Team Tuấn Hưng
4 Mỹ Linh
Siu Black
Team Tóc Tiên
Khắc Hưng & Trung Quân
Hoài Sa
Shontelle
Team Thu Minh
Phương Thanh
Hồ Ngọc Hà
Team Noo Phước Thịnh
Thanh Hà
Team Đông Nhi

Season synopses[edit]

Season 1[edit]

The first season of The Voice of Vietnam began on 8 July 2012 and ended on 13 January 2013. The four original coaches are Đàm Vĩnh Hưng, Thu Minh, Hồ Ngọc Hà and Trần Lập, with Phan Anh hosting the show. This season didn't feature the "steal" and the Knockout round, contestant who won their battle were qualified for the live shows. Each coach was allowed to advance seven top to the live shows:

Team Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Team Thu Minh Team Hồ Ngọc Hà Team Trần Lập
Lê Phạm Xuân Nghi Phạm Thị Hương Tràm Đinh Thị Thanh Hương Nguyễn Kiên Giang
Đồng Lan Nguyễn Trúc Nhân Bùi Anh Tuấn Trần Thị Kim Loan
Phan Ngọc Luân Đỗ Xuân Sơn Tiêu Châu Như Quỳnh Nguyễn Thùy Linh
Vũ Thanh Hằng Dương Trần Nghĩa Đào Bá Lộc Nguyễn Văn Thắng
Nguyễn Trọng Khương Nguyễn Khánh Phương Linh Nguyễn Thị Thái Trinh Nguyễn Hoài Bảo Anh
Phạm Dũng Hà Đặng Thị Thu Thủy Nguyễn Hương Giang Huỳnh Anh Tuấn
Nguyễn Quỳnh Trang Phạm Thị Ngân Bình Thiều Bảo Trang Nguyễn Thị Thảo Nguyên

Season 2[edit]

Season 2 of The Voice of Vietnam began on May 19, 2013 and concluded on December 15, 2013. Three new coaches were Mỹ Linh, Hồng Nhung and Quốc Trung, while Đàm Vĩnh Hưng and Phan Anh returned as coach and host, respectively. This season adopted the "Steals" in the battles as well as the Knockout round. Each coach was allowed to advance five top to the live shows:

Team Mỹ Linh Team Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Team Hồng Nhung Team Quốc Trung
Nguyễn Hoàng Tôn Vũ Thảo My Vũ Cát Tường Trần Vũ Hà My
Nguyễn Thái Quang Nguyễn Song Tú Phạm Hà Linh Trần Thái Châu
Dương Hoàng Yến Nguyễn Ngọc Trâm Âu Bảo Ngân Đinh Thị My Hoàn
Trần Thị Diễm Hương Nguyễn Trần Minh Sang Đỗ Thành Nam Phạm Khánh Duy
Trần Huyền My Nguyễn Văn Viết Hoàng Nhật Minh Nguyễn Lâm Hoàng Phúc

Season 3[edit]

Season 3 of The Voice of Vietnam began on May 10, 2015 and concluded on September 29, 2013. Đàm Vĩnh Hưng and Phan Anh returned for their third season as coach and host, respectively. Mỹ Tâm, Thu Phương, and Tuấn Hưng replaced Mỹ Linh, Hồng Nhung and Quốc Trung respectively. This season featured the "Steals" in the battles but did not have the Knockout round, contestant who won their battle were qualified for the live shows. Each coach was allowed to advance seven top to the live shows:

Team Đàm Vĩnh Hưng Team Mỹ Tâm Team Thu Phương Team Tuấn Hưng
Trần Thị Tố Ny Nguyễn Đức Phúc Nguyễn Hoàng Dũng Lê Thị Hải Yến
Vicky Nhung Nguyễn Cao Bảo Uyên Nguyễn Kiều Anh Vũ Bùi Thu Thủy
Thái Ngọc Bảo Trâm Phạm Thị Vân Anh Phùng Khánh Linh Hoàng Mai Hạ Vy
Phượng Vũ Đào Ngọc Sang Phạm Anh Duy Trần Đăng Quang
Nguyễn Thị Thùy Linh Nguyễn Thị Thu Thủy Quách Cẩm Lê (Kimmese) Nguyễn Diệu Mi
Lê Quốc Vương Lê Thái Sơn Lê Hữu Toàn Trần Lan
Nguyễn Quỳnh Như Yến Tatoo Trần Thu Hòa Nguyễn Thái Dương

Season 4[edit]

Season 3 of The Voice of Vietnam began on May 10, 2015 and concluded on September 29, 2013. Thu Minh returned to her red chair after a 2-season hiatus, along with three new coaches: Tóc Tiên, Noo Phước Thịnh and Đông Nhi. Each coach was allowed to advance four top to the live shows:

Team Tóc Tiên Team Thu Minh Team Noo Phước Thịnh Team Đông Nhi
Hiền Hồ Ali Hoàng Dương Nguyễn Hiền Mai Nguyễn Anh Tú
Huỳnh Phương Mai Trần Anh Đức Ngô Anh Đạt Han Sara
Nguyễn Dương Thuận Trần Tùng Anh Phan Thị Thanh Nga Trần Thị Huyền Dung
Đào Trọng Tín Phạm Hải Anh Đặng Thị Thu Hà Nguyễn Thạc Giáng My

Kids Edition[edit]

After the success of the first season of The Voice, Cat Tien Sa announced that they would produce The Voice Kids, where 8-15 year-olds compete against each other. The first season was premiere on the Children's Day in Vietnam, June 1, 2013. The presenters are Trấn Thành and Thanh Thảo. The coaches are three instead of four: the husband-and-wife duo Hồ Hoài Anh and Lưu Hương Giang, Hiền Thục and Thanh Bùi.

The coaches for season 2 in 2014 are Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang, Cẩm Ly and Lam Trường. The third season was premiere in July 2015 saw Dương Khắc Linh replaced Lam Trường. The presenters since 2014 are Thanh Bạch and Jennifer Phạm.

After season 3 finale, it was announced that the duo Giang Hồ would leave the show because of Lưu Hương Giang's pregnancy. Hồ Hoài Anh then moved to become the show's music executive. The fourth season will have a new judging panel, which consists of some young singers in Vietnam: Noo Phước Thịnh, the couple Đông Nhi & Ông Cao Thắng. Rumors stated that a The Voice of Vietnam season 2 contestant, who then have a successful career, will become a coach. On June 6, 2016 it was officially confirmed that The Voice of Vietnam season 2 runner-up Vũ Cát Tường would become a coach.

On May 28, 2017, in an interview, Soobin Hoàng Sơn accidentally revealed that he would become a coach for The Voice Kids season 5, which he later confirmed the news. On June 11, 2017, Vũ Cát Tường announced her return to the show.

Season summary[edit]

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up (s) Third Place Winning coach Host Coaches (order)
1 2 3
1 June 1, 2013 September 7, 2013 Nguyễn Quang Anh Phương Mỹ Chi Trần Ngọc Duy Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang Trấn Thành
Thanh Thảo
Hiền Thục Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang Thanh Bùi
2 June 21, 2014 October 4, 2014 Nguyễn Thiện Nhân Nguyễn Hoàng Anh Trần Kayon Thiên Nhâm Cẩm Ly Thanh Bạch
Jennifer Phạm
Cẩm Ly Lam Trường
3 July 1, 2015 October 24, 2015 Trịnh Nguyễn Hồng Minh Nguyễn Công Quốc Nguyễn Trọng Tiến Quang Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang Thanh Bạch
Hoàng Oanh
Dương Khắc Linh
4 July 23, 2016 October 29, 2016 Trịnh Nhật Minh Đào Nguyên Thụy Bình Russia Milana Zavolokina Đông Nhi & Ông Cao Thắng Ngô Kiến Huy
Chi Pu
Noo Phước Thịnh Đông Nhi & Ông Cao Thắng Vũ Cát Tường
Nguyễn Hoàng Mai Anh
5 2017 2017 Soobin Hoàng Sơn TBA

Coaches' advisors[edit]

Vũ Cát Tường has since become the show's most successful artist and thus the first former contestant from The Voice worldwide to become a judge on the kids' version.
Season Advisors
1 Nguyễn Hải Phong
Team Hiền Thục
Hương Tràm
Team Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang
Huy Tuấn
Team Thanh Bùi
2 Phương Uyên
Team Cẩm Ly
Huy Tuấn
Team Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang
Đoan Trang
Team Lam Trường
3 Minh Tuyết
Team Cẩm Ly
Thu Phương
Team Hồ Hoài Anh & Lưu Hương Giang
Hồ Ngọc Hà
Team Dương Khắc Linh
4 Nguyễn Hải Phong
Team Noo Phước Thịnh
Huỳnh Hiền Năng
Team Đông Nhi & Ông Cao Thắng
Hồng Nhung
Team Vũ Cát Tường

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Trần Lập "đối đầu" với Hà Hồ, Đàm Vĩnh Hưng", vietnamnet.vn, by: Linh Phạm, date: 2012-03-14.
  2. ^ "Hà Hồ, Mr Đàm ngồi ghế nóng giám khảo", 24h.com.vn, date: 2012-03-14.

6. http://gionghatviet.org/suc-cam-do-cua-mr-dam-tran-lap-tai-the-voice/

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