Think you can turn some chairs with your incredible singing? Here's how to audition for the hit competition, "The Voice."
Each season, thousands of aspiring vocalists line up for the chance to be on one of the biggest shows around. The Voice takes all the superficial elements out of the typical competition, stripping it down to just the contestants' voices, sight unseen.
Now you can get in on the action! Public auditions will be held in Baltimore on February 15, and all you have to do is register online.
Things to Keep in Mind
- You must be at least 13 to audition, open to a background check, and able to prove legal presence in the U.S. You can see the whole list of eligibility requirements here.
- Prepare at least two songs that you can sing a capella, without a backup track or instrument.
- Song choices can be from any genre: rock, pop, R&B, country, etc. Just make sure it showcases your voice.
- Only minors under 18 may bring one parent. Everyone else should plan on arriving solo to the audition.
- Before you head out, pack some snacks and drinks for audition day. While options may be available, you probably won't want to get out of line at times.
- If you require special accommodations due to physical needs, contact the casting team before audition day.
For more information about how to audition, other cities participating, or show updates, head to the official website for The Voice. Oh, and the judges won't be at the public auditions, so no camping out to fan-girl all over Blake!
**The photos in this article are courtesy of The Voice on Facebook.
So, how about it—are you up for the challenge? Will you be auditioning for The Voice this year? Tell us about your vocal style in the comments!