The Voice First look


It’s here! The blockbuster first look at world’s biggest show, The Voice, has landed on its new home – Channel Seven.

The larger-than-life promo, available to watch now, features a show-stopping performance of Justin Timberlake’s global hit Can’t Stop The Feeling! by an all-star Coach panel including multiple ARIA and GRAMMY© Award winner Keith Urban, UK hit machine Rita Ora, mega-selling singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian and singing and acting sensation Jessica Mauboy.

Showcasing stellar vocals and killer moves, the spectacular film clip is directed by ARIA Award-winning James Chappell, who has previously worked with Urban and Sebastian, and was shot over two days across six locations.

Rita Ora said: “I can’t think of a better way to launch a season this big than with a promo so fabulous. Everything from the song, my pink Cadillac and the powerhouse location was absolutely breathtaking. It takes an army to pull together a shoot like this and the team were so on point.”

Guy Sebastian added: “This was the most epic promo I’ve ever been a part of! It was a lot fun, especially the parts in the lift where I think some of my fellow coaches were about to throw up… It was great hanging with my Voice family and also working with James Chappell, who has directed seven music videos for me. He killed it. I can’t wait to see it all come together on television!”

Making her debut as a Coach on The Voice, Jessica Mauboy said: “Filming the promo with the other Coaches was a dream come true. We are used to filming music videos for our solo careers, so being able to stand alongside three other incredible performers and share this moment was surreal. Performing this incredible song with my dear friend Guy and getting to perform with my new Coach family Keith and Rita was beyond.”

The refreshed, reimagined 10th season of The Voice will be hosted by Sonia Kruger and features surprising new elements, plus the strongest ever line-up of artists competing for the illustrious title.

The Voice will premiere on the Seven Network after the Olympics.