The Voice Kids prize revealed for new 2023 series

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The prize for the winner of The Voice Kids 2023 tonight has been revealed.

The Voice Kids UK’s new series concludes this weekend on ITV1.

The singing competition welcomes youngsters aged between 7 and 14 to perform for a superstar line up of coaches.

Stanislav Kurdybakha performs:, Ronan Keating and Pixie Lott in the red chairs
The Voice Kids: SR7: Ep1 on ITV1 and ITVX. Pictured: Stanislav Kurdybakha performs:, Ronan Keating and Pixie Lott. ©ITV Plc

The champion of The Voice Kids UK will get a special family holiday at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida, spending seven nights exploring its three theme parks.

This year’s series of The Voice Kids sees Ronan Keating back for his second series alongside original coaches Pixie Lott, Danny Jones and in the spinning red chairs

On joining the series, Ronan said: “I’m super excited to join the coaching panel for The Voice Kids. I feel part of The Voice family already after a phenomenal experience doing the show in Australia.

“The Voice Kids is amazing and I’m truly passionate about nurturing young talent. Bring it on!”

Presented by Emma Willis just like the adult version, The Voice Kids is open to talented young soloists and duos between the ages of seven and 14.

The first stage is, as always on The Voice, the blind auditions.

The youngsters perform to a live band headed by music director David Tench, singing to the backs of the four coaches.

If the coaches like what they hear, they can spin around to select a contestant for their team of four singers. If more than one coach turns, it’s up to the act to pick which team to join.

Unlike in the adult show, if the coaches don’t press their buzzer their chairs will still turn so they can give feedback and encouragement.

Those that make it onto a team then head into the grand final where the winner will be crowned.

The Voice UK Kids 2023 final airs at 7PM on Saturday, 15 July on ITV1.

You are also be able to watch episodes online and catch up on ITVX.

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