The Voice Kids (UK TV series)

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The Voice Kids
The Voice Kids UK official logo title card.png
Created by John de Mol
Presented by Emma Willis
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 8
Location(s) MediaCityUK (auditions)
LH2 Studios (live shows)
Running time 90–120 minutes (including advert breaks)
Production company(s)
Distributor ITV Studios
Original network ITV
Picture format
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release 10 June 2017 (2017-06-10) – present
Related shows The Voice UK
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The Voice Kids is a British television talent show created by John de Mol and its first premiere was on 10 June 2017 on ITV.[1] Presented by Emma Willis, the programme is a junior version of The Voice UK and is part of The Voice Kids' worldwide franchise. The coaches are, Danny Jones and Pixie Lott. Repeats also air on CITV and ITV2.[2]


There are four phases to the competition:

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

In the first series, the winner will receive £30,000 and a family trip to Disneyland Paris.[3] Unlike the adult version, there will be no knockouts rounds. When it was previously reported that the adult version's sixth series would feature five live shows (which turned out to be the usual three), reports claimed that there would be three live shows; however there will only be one, the live final. The semi-final was pre-recorded at L2 Studios on 19 February 2017.


In early 2016, along with the announcement that The Voice UK would move to ITV under a three-year deal, it was announced that the network had ordered The Voice Kids for two series, a junior version of The Voice UK.[4]

Selection process

The open auditions application for the first series closed on 2 September 2016, with the age limit being 7–14 years old.[4] The show began staging producers' audition days in August 2016 across the United Kingdom,[5] with the blind auditions beginning filming in December 2016.[6]

Coaches and presenters


In July 2016, it was announced that adult show coach would also be a coach on The Voice Kids.[7] On 15 November 2016, it was announced Pixie Lott and Danny Jones from McFly would be coaches along with[6] Of this announcement, Pixie Lott commented, "I can’t wait to join The Voice Kids and help discover the next big star. I have such a passion for talented young people and I know the UK will have lots – I can’t wait to hear them! I’m looking forward to getting started and working alongside my fellow coaches and Danny Jones."[6] Jones stated, "I'm pumped about joining The Voice Kids team. There are so many talented kids out there, they just need to be heard and this is a great platform for them. I’m looking forward to finding some fresh talent and coaching them. You never know, there might be a mini McFly out there!" and said, "Doing The Voice Kids with Pixie and Danny is going to be dope and I'm really excited to discover just how talented British kids can be."[6]

Coaches Timeline

Coach Seasons
Pixie Lott
Danny Jones


After the announcement that she would be staying with the adult show, Emma Willis announced in July 2016[8] that she would be presenting The Voice Kids. Of this announcement, Willis commented, "Hosting The Voice Kids will be like being at my house on a Saturday night; lots of kids singing, with me trying to keep some kind of order. Thankfully, the musical genius that is is there to bring some expertise to the table. It’s going to be pretty awesome."[8]

Cel Spellman will also present online spin-off show The V Room.[6]

Series overview

To date, one series has been broadcast as summarised below.

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