#TeamLira’s’s Tender Mavundla had to bid a sad farewell to The Voice South Africa Season 2 tonight [Sunday, 11 June] after she had received the fewest votes from the viewing public in this week’s Top 8 vote.
Tender’s blistering rendition of Brenda Fassie’s “Vulindlela” earned her three out of four coach turns in the initial Blind
See how the Top 8 becomes the Top 7 in this week’s live showstopper
Now that The Voice SA coaches have no more power to save and keep talent from their teams in the competition, we will find out which of the incredible singers have captured the imagination of the voting public. This week Sunday, host Lungile Radu
#VoiceSA - wow what a show. I attended the second live broadcast and it was fabulous.
I took along #MyFriendGail - who just loves reality music shows - and she keeps me in check about who is who.
Gail absolutely idolises Kahn Morbee and nearly peeed herself when she discovered that we
Now South Africa votes on their favourite singers after watching the first live show.
Team Kahn’s Fatman and Team Karen’s Samantha Leonard are safe to sing for South Africa’s vote again after their coaches saved them after this Sunday’s [21 May] incredible sing-off between the 8 members of the two teams.
Last spots to be filled for the spectacular live shows
This week on The Voice SA it is the final episode of the Knock-Out rounds before the spectacular live shows – and the public’s votes – kick into play. In Sunday’s episode on 14 May, viewers will find out which two singers coach
The Battle rounds of The Voice SA are now in full swing as the next duos of singers have to fight it out vocally in order to secure themselves a spot in the next phase of the competition, namely the Knock-Outs. The question that will be on everyone’s minds this week is
In Sunday’s penultimate episode of The Voice SA Blind Auditions, seven acts made the cut into the four coaches’ teams in total, including Caroline-Grace Brüssow – the wife of Springbok rugby player Heinrich Brüssow - who was in the audience cheering her on! Caroline-Grace (28), an attorney from Bloemfontein, flew in for The
Universal Music signs Gavin Edwards and releases debut single “Sparks”
Universal Music announced this morning the signing of Gavin Edwards (35), runner up of the incredibly popular first season of M-Net’s The Voice South Africa. Gavin, a member of Team Bobby van Jaarsveld and firm fan favourite from his Blind audition
This morning, The Voice SA winner Richard Stirton released his debut single ‘What Tears Me The Most’ and it has already reached the Number 1 spot on the South African iTunes charts!
Richard has been on a rollercoaster ride since winning The Voice SA on M-Net on 22 May having already
"I can't explain how I am feeling," said Richard Stirton, minutes after hearing that he is the first ever winner of M-Net's The Voice SA.
"My brain has not processed it. It has all happened so quickly. I was not expecting to win. I am completely blown away."
"If I pass out
The finale of The Voice SA is here. This week Sunday, 22 May, fans of M-Net’s much-talked about new singing contest will find out which of the show’s four coaches – Karen Zoid, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira and Kahn Morbee – has produced the very first Voice of South Africa.
There are only two women left in the group of eight talent who have their hearts set on winning M-Net’s first season of The Voice SA this week Sunday (22 May). They are powerhouse diva Thembeka Mnguni (32) and the charismatic Zoë Modiga (22) who have wowed their coaches and
South Africa now knows which eight talented singers stand in line to become the very first Voice of SA. As the coaches have no more say in the outcome of the competition, the voting public will decide this week which performers get to have a last go at grabbing
Voting public now has all the say and talent tracks are available on iTunes!
In a surprise twist, all 13 singers who are still in The Voice SA will perform this week before viewers will find out who from each team received the most votes from the voting public. This talent will be going
Now South Africa’s vote will keep one singer from each team in the show
Four talented singers are one step closer to clinching more than R800 000 worth of prizes, a recording contract with Universal Music South Africa and the honour of being named the very first winner of The Voice SA.
The second batch of 16 sixteen singers have made it through the fierce Battle rounds performing live on stage in the hopes of going through to the next round with a “save” from their team’s coach – Karen Zoid, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira and Kahn Morbee.
For the three in each
The Battle rounds in M-Net’s new singing contest, The Voice South Africa continue this week Sunday at 17:00 with some of the audience favourites from the Blind auditions facing tough challenges. One of them suffers a serious bout of tonsillitis in the week leading up to the all-important Battle which
Zolani, Toya Delazy, Vicky Sampson and Nianell join The Voice SA
Let the Battles begin!
Four of South Africa’s foremost multiple SAMA award-winning singing sensations will assist coaches Karen Zoid, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira and Kahn Morbee in developing and prepping the talent for the fierce upcoming Battle Rounds in M-Net’s new
During this week’s final Blind Auditions The Voice SA coaches Karen Zoid, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira and Kahn Morbee filled the last remaining spots in their teams with more magnificent talent. Now, with 14 team members each, it’s time to move on to the all-or-nothing Battle Rounds. From next week
In this week’s penultimate episode of the Blind Auditions of The Voice SA, the coaches found themselves turning for some extra-special, surprising talent, leaving them with minimal spots remaining in their teams, before moving into the Battles phase of the competition. Once the Blind Auditions come to an end next
Last week’s episode of The Voice South Africa ended in a crescendo of tears as coach Bobby van Jaarsveld went on his knees to beg a truly inspirational talent – 22-year old Vernon Barnard, who lost his sight at the age of 6 – to join his team. This week,
In the latest The Voice SA Blind Auditions, Team Bobby gained the most new talent and took the lead amidst plenty of tears and heart-stirring moments. As coaches Lira, Karen Zoid, Kahn Morbee and Bobby van Jaarsveld - who are now under massive pressure to make wise and strategic choices
This week, The Voice SA coaches - Karen Zoid, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira and Kahn Morbee - turned their red chairs around for an assorted group of eight very different performers. One of these “out-of-the-box” singers was the oldest performer in the competition to date: 45-year-old Michelle Moodie, an English speaking former cabaret
Being a coach on The Voice South Africa is turning out to be a tough task. The talent on stage is absolutely phenomenal and with only 14 places in each of their teams Karen Zoid, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Lira and Kahn Morbee have to make more strategic choices. If they