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'The Voice of China 4' returns with Jay Chou

来源: China Daily 作者: 2015-07-23 13:33:08

  Group photo of coaches, Harlem Yu (left), Jay Chou (second from left), Na Ying (second from right) and Wang Feng for the season four of "The Voice of China".

  Season four of the popular TV hit "The Voice of China" was broadcast on Zhejiang Satellite Television on July 17 with Taiwan pop megastar Jay Chou as a new coach.

  The new season was kicked off with an adapted version of Jay Chou's song "Nunchakus" which is performed by a female hip-pop singer, Zhang Zitong.

  Tan Xuanyuan, a pub singer from Chongqing, stunned coaches with his singing of the song "Still Loving You".

  In the next five weeks, the show will feature 50 candidates on the stage for a blind audition process.

  The new season will keep its blind audition part but include a new live show phase when contestants from different teams will be disorganized to compete in a more fierce battle.

  The series is part of the "The Voice" franchise and is based on the Dutch program "The Voice of Holland".

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