The Voice SA coaches fight over new talent

The Voice SA coaches fight over new talent

In the once-off introductory episode of The Voice SA Season 2, last year's winning coach, Kahn Morbee made it clear that he is adamant on taking another talented singer - like the now chart-smashing Richard Stirton - all the way to the top.

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But his esteemed colleagues in the show's iconic red chairs - Karen Zoid, Lira and Bobby van Jaarsveld - are just as determined to do whatever it takes to take the title from Kahn. 


The competitive coaches' race to find and mentor South Africa's next singing sensation starts this week with Season 2's first round of Blind Auditions. 


During this phase of the competition the red chairs are turned away from the stage, which means that the coaches make their decisions based on nothing but the singer's voice. 


If they think it's a voice that can win the competition, they press their buzzers to turn their chair around. 


"This season's Blind Auditions are bound to knock your socks off," says M-Net's Head of Publicity, Lani Lombard. 


Which singers will elicit these responses? And in whose team will they end up? 

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