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'The Voice Generations' opens applications for duos and groups

Are you part of a talented singing duo or group? Then, "The Voice Generations," wants you!

Applications are now open for the singing competition, which is a spin-off of "The Voice."

The show, which will be hosted by Dingdong Dantes, made the announcement on Instagram.

A group may have three or more members.

The duo or group should have members from different generations. For example, it can be a father and a son, a teacher and a student, friends, or colleagues from different age groups.

According to the application form, the "members should have an authentic relationship with each other." The youngest member should at least be 7 years old.

When applying, be prepared to provide your duo or group’s name and information on each of the members.

If you have a YouTube channel and/or social media pages, you will be asked to send those as well — but they're not required.

Pro-tip: it's best for applicants to prep one photo of their duo or group and two video clips of singing performances. Don't forget to just put them in one edited video file not exceeding 100MB in size.

The songs, which can be in either English or Filipino, must have a maximum length of 1 minute and 30 seconds each.

Aspiring singers can apply via the talent audition form in this link. They'll be asked to submit the clips at the end of the application form

Once submitted, the applications will go through the first round of reviews by the casting panel of The Voice Generations.

Duos or groups who impress the panel will receive an invitation via email for a face-to-face performance. So, be sure to check your email regularly and provide an active email address in your application form.

Auditioners must not have an existing contract with a record company or talent manager or company.

"The Voice Generations," is the first version in Asia of the Australia spin-off of "The Voice." It will air on GMA in the Philippines.



— Kimberly Tsao/LA, GMA Integrated News