#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
#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
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
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
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