With two seasons of The Masked Singer under its belt and one on the air right now , Fox has become the destination for over-the-top American versions of brilliantly pomo South Korean reality-TV singing-competition concepts. Coming off its excellent post—Super Bowl ratings , Fox has announced the newest series in this delightful niche: I Can See Your Voice, an adaptation of the South Korean series of the same name. Each week on the show, one contestant will have the chance to win a cash prize if he or she can tell the difference between the good and bad singers, without ever hearing them sing a note. In the end, the singer whom the contestant picks will reveal if they are good or bad in a duet performance with the musical superstar, resulting in an amazing musical collaboration or a totally hilarious train wreck. That premise is perfecto and delightfully convoluted. Unlike The Masked Singer, there are no masks. Like The Masked Singer, there will be a mix of very good and very terrible singers. Like the name of the show. Here is a clip from the original I Can See Your Voice to give you a sense of what the final reveal format looks like, when the celebrity judges find out if the singers were good or bad all along.
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Such shows have proven to be great platforms for aspiring playback singers but it''s very rare that as many as four contestants of a show get picked by Bollywood while the competition is still on. That just happened in the recently concluded "Indian Idol 11". Sunny, who also lifted the "Indian Idol" trophy, has started rolling in Bollywood. He was spotted by well known composer-singer Shankar Mahadevan during the show and as they say, rest is history. Sunny, the shoeshine youngster from Bathinda in Punjab, went behind the microphone with Shankar for the song "Jugnu" from Kangana Ranaut-starrer "Panga". He is now looking forward to record a song with his former judge Himesh Reshammiya. During the show only, I got to sing in such big movies and for big stars. I can''t express how happy I am.
Reality TV is the new talent factory for Bollywood music
Every cable network could have their own ultralimited singing show. These are our fond suggestions, many of which we would legitimately watch:. Part of Your World , the Disney Channel Contestants sing their favorite songs from Disney movies, and the winner gets a gig performing at Disney World. A Little Night Music , Bravo Contestants sing show tunes, and the winner gets a spinoff Bravo reality series about trying to make it on Broadway. High school singer-songwriters pour their hearts out, and the winner gets mentioned on Pretty Little Liars. The Oldies , the History Channel Public-domain enthusiasts sing songs so historical no one owns the copyright anymore. Winners get a Nerdist podcast. TRHell , MTV Wannabe music-video stars compete in a series of grueling physical challenges to earn the top prize of singing some generic hook but getting a sweet-ass video out of the ordeal. Piano Man , AMC Troubled middle-aged men warble about their lost dreams, and the winner gets a fancy car.
Starting from July 25, the show will be back with a new avatar, interesting rounds and new judges. Interestingly, earlier, Kaushiki Chakraborty was supposed to join the show. But she will not be part of it. Earlier in an interview, she had revealed about it and mentioned that she had never played the piano, but always wanted to learn an instrument, so she makes Nick give her a half-hour to the minute lesson every day. Vincy is cherishing the beautiful moments she had on the show as she shared a few throwback pictures and videos from the talent hunt show. You must login to keep earning daily check-in points. Lifetime 0 Expired 0 Redeemed 0.