"Extra" and "The Voice" baby project called "Extra's The Voice Bootcamp Experience" is calling out aspiring talented singers to submit their audition online. Winner of the contest will be given exclusive and meaningful lessons by The Voice coach Trelawny Rose and more. Only a few days remain before closing date for submission of entries.
Extra, one of America's leading entertainment news program for Hollywood celebrities, has recently teamed-up with reality TV singing competition program, The Voice. Giving aspiring talents to experience The Voice's bootcamp, the contest promises a "set" of prizes for the winner.
Contestants can join without having to walk out of the house. There is also no need for the grueling lines that usually last the whole day for audition takers. All that's needed to be done is to record an audition video and submit it to The Voice's official web page. Top audition videos will move on to public voting, just like in the TV shows. Only this time voting could go more viral than how it is in the actual TV show.
Also, the contest has a set of few rules to follow like: the song's first stanza and chorus are recommended; the video clip should be no longer than one minute and thirty seconds; songs' lyrics cannot be altered; songs must be performed a capella or accompanied with the singer's own playing of instruments; pre-recorded music for background is also a big no.
There are also a set of pre-approved songs to only choose from. Songs like Bad Romance (Lady Gaga), Cups (You're gonna miss me) (Anna Kendrick), Love Song (Sara Bareilles), and Ordinary People (John Legend), just to name a few are included in the list.
The Winner of the contest is advised to be ready and able to travel to Los Angeles May 18-May 22 2014.
For other concerns about the contest, here is the official rules guide.
Aspiring applicants are encouraged to submit their entries soon as the contest ends April 18, 2014.