What time does The Voice Kids 2022 start on ITV tonight? | The Sun

THE ITV singing competition returns with a new batch of young singers hoping to win over a panel of coaches.

With the show set to kick off its sixth season in a matter of hours, here's everything you need to know…

When does The Voice Kids 2022 start on ITV? 

The Voice Kids starts TONIGHT, December 26, on ITV at 8:30 pm.

The series will run for three episodes until Wednesday, December 28.

It will start with a long blind audition episode before successful contestants progress onto the semi-finals and – if they're lucky – Wednesday's final.

Previous performances from the series are still available to watch on The Voice Kids YouTube channel.

Just click here.

How does The Voice Kids 2022 work and is it the same as the regular format?

Created by John de Mol, the singing competition first premiered on ITV during the summer of June 2017.

Based on the original The Voice of Holland, and part of The Voice franchise, it aims to feature young aspiring singers.

Usually, the competition holds four stages, those being:

  • Stage 1: Blind Auditions
  • Stage 2: Battle Rounds
  • Stage 3: Semi-Final
  • Stage 4: Live Final

However, as the sixth series is only three episodes, it's not clear if the battle rounds will be included this time around.

Unlike the adult version, there are never any elimination rounds.

In the first series, the winner received £30,000 and a family trip to Disneyland Paris.

In the third series of The Voice Kids, the winner received £30,000 and the four finalists received a trip to Walt Disney World, Florida on Norwegian Airlines. 

In the fourth series, the winner received a £30K prize also, and a family trip to Universal Orlando Resort, Florida, also via Norwegian Airlines.

In the fifth series, the winner also received a £30K price, and the four finalists received a trip to Disney Land Paris to celebrate its 30th anniversary. 

Who won the last Voice Kids UK?

The Voice Kids 2021 was won by 14-year-old Torrin Cuthill.

She was named the champion after her group's performance of Proud Mary in the Battle Round, and her solo performance of Auld Lang Syne in the Grand Final.

Torrin was mentored by Melaine C in the competition, marking Mel's first and only win as a judge.

Previous winners of the five series have been: Justine Afante, Jess Folley, Daniel Davies and Sam Wilkinson.

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