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The Voice Australia announces its premiere date on Channel Seven

Mark your calendars! The Voice Australia announces its premiere date – as a new trailer teases an exciting series with impressive talent

Teaser trailers for The Voice Australia have been giving viewers glimpses of the gifted singers set to be discovered this season.

And fans will finally be able to watch the new generation of stars when the talent show premieres on August 8 at 7pm on Channel Seven, after the Tokyo Olympics

The celebrity coaches Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy, Keith Urban and Guy Sebastian will kick off the season by picking their teams during the Blinds.

Mark your calendars! The Voice Australia has announced its premiere date: August 8 at 7pm on Channel Seven, after the Tokyo Olympics. Pictured (left to right): The Voice coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian

British songstress Rita is hoping to hear something special that will make her spin her chair around.

‘When I get that tingling feeling, I know something special is about to happen,’ she said.

Aussie pop star Jessica Mauboy added: ‘That’s the most magical part.’ 

The Blinds: Rita is hoping to hear something special that will make her spin her chair around

The Blinds: Rita is hoping to hear something special that will make her spin her chair around 

Impressed: Country music star Keith is looking for a singer who 'stops me in my tracks'

Impressed: Country music star Keith is looking for a singer who ‘stops me in my tracks’

Country music star Keith is looking for a singer who ‘stops me in my tracks’. 

Guy, who is returning for a third season on the coaching panel, said: ‘I’m listening for a voice that leaves me no choice but to turn my chair.’

One of the singers set to perform at the Blinds is Mick ‘The Mower Man’ Harrington, who stuns with his rendition of Judy Garland’s Somewhere Over the Rainbow.  

Talent: One of the singers set to perform at the Blinds is Mick 'The Mower Man' Harrington, who stuns with his rendition of Judy Garland's Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Talent: One of the singers set to perform at the Blinds is Mick ‘The Mower Man’ Harrington, who stuns with his rendition of Judy Garland’s Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Blind: Jordan Fuller, 19, mesmerises the coaches with his performance of Harry Styles' Falling

Blind: Jordan Fuller, 19, mesmerises the coaches with his performance of Harry Styles’ Falling

Jordan Fuller, 19, mesmerises the coaches with his performance of Harry Styles’ Falling, while Lau Abend, also 19, tells of the life-changing experience that pushed her to step out of her comfort zone and audition for the show.

Returning to her hosting post is Sonia Kruger, who presented the talent show during its tenure on Channel Nine from 2015 to 2019. 

Seven acquired the rights to The Voice after Nine failed to renew its contract last year after nine seasons. 

Hopeful: Lau Abend, also 19, tells of the life-changing experience that pushed her to step out of her comfort zone and audition for the show

Hopeful: Lau Abend, also 19, tells of the life-changing experience that pushed her to step out of her comfort zone and audition for the show

She's back! Returning to her hosting post is Sonia Kruger, who presented the talent show during its tenure on Channel Nine from 2015 to 2019

She’s back! Returning to her hosting post is Sonia Kruger, who presented the talent show during its tenure on Channel Nine from 2015 to 2019

Seven also recently announced a spin-off series called The Voice Generations.

The ‘world-first twist’ will incorporate singers and musicians from different generations – such as families, siblings and cousins – to perform together on stage and contend for ‘Voice glory’.

The Voice Australia will premiere on August 8 at 7pm on Channel Seven

'World-first': Seven also recently announced a spin-off series called The Voice Generations

‘World-first’: Seven also recently announced a spin-off series called The Voice Generations

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