If you are a fan of actuality singing competitions, you may even see just a few acquainted faces on this week’s premiere of “The Voice.”
Season 21 of the truth singing competitors will function Ariana Grande as a brand new coach and can kick off with a two-hour premiere on Monday, September 20. The show will then air once more Tuesday night time, and observe the identical schedule shifting ahead.
Here are the rivals who might be showcasing their abilities on “The Voice” who viewers could acknowledge from different actuality competitions:
As identified by MJS Big Blog, Jeremy Rosado, who completed within the Top 13 on Season 11 of “American Idol”, might be auditioning for “The Voice” this go round.
According to the outlet, he auditioned for “American Idol” 4 instances earlier than lastly getting by to the subsequent spherical. The Reality TV revealed that he has launched two albums and one EP already.
According to American Idol Fandom, Rosado sang “I Know You Won’t” by Carrie Underwood for the wild-card spherical and he was chosen to turn out to be a Top 13 finalist throughout his tenure on “Idol.”
Another contestant who auditioned for “Idol” and might be returning to “The Voice” for a second probability is Raquel Trinidad, who made all of it the best way to the highest twenty in Season 18.
According to American Idol Fandom, Trinidad sang “Lovefool” by The Cardigans and “Tiny Dancer” by Elton John throughout her time within the Top 20. After that time, she was knowledgeable that she didn’t advance to the finalist stage and was eradicated.
Artists and Beyond reveals that Trinidad labored as a singing voice-over artist for Kate on “Dora the Explorer.”
MJS Big Blog reported that Alex Lambert additionally auditioned for “The Voice”, nevertheless, the outlet wrote: “Spoilers say he disappeared from the show early, so in all probability DID NOT TURN A CHAIR. Sad.”
The outlet identified that Lambert was clearly a prospect for among the judges; Simon Fuller selected to cast him within the actuality show “If I Can Dream”.
Contestants Competing on Both Shows
According to Yahoo, plenty of contestants have competed on each “American Idol” and “The Voice.”
Sundance Head tried out for Season 6 of “Idol” and appeared as soon as once more on Season 11 of “The Voice.”
According to The List, Sundance Head signed with Republic Records after successful “The Voice.”
In a follow-up interview with The Houston Chronicle, the singer shared, “I win ‘The Voice’, and there is no document, no single, nothing.”
Adam Levine subsequently instructed Sound Digest, “We work with these artists and provides them this great workshop and get them to the top of the show. We give these guys this unimaginable platform and this actually uncommon factor, a whole lot of publicity and air time. Once we cross the torch, it’s the document label that utterly destroys that.”
During the identical interview, Blake Shelton shared, “Every single a kind of guys has followers and [the record label] manages to take a gimme and utterly ignore it and do it the fallacious means. It is their fault.”