18 year old boy wins “The Voice” 2015

Duc Phuc, from Hanoi won ‘The Voice of Vietnam’ singing competition 2015, which ended in Ho Chi Minh City on September 20.

     Duc Phuc wins "The Voice" 2015 (Photo: VNA)
The young boy, 18, of singer My Tam’s team triumphed over his competitors with his strong voice and musical renditions. He also received huge support from a large number of audiences. Phuc took home a cash prize of VND500 million.

Contestants Duc Phuc, Hoang Dung, To Ny and Yen Le gave a special performance and amazed audiences with their singing talents on the final night of the contest.

Pop folk singer, Taylor John Williams who is known for his appearance on the 7th season of the American reality talent show The Voice joined as special guest at the show.

The competition is the Vietnamese version of the US reality television singing competition ‘The Voice’.

Aired on VTV3 Channel in May, The Voice of Vietnam attracted thousands of contestants throughout the country.

The jury included singers Dam Vinh Hung, Thu Phuong, My Tam and Tuan Hung who selected excellent contestants for their teams in the many competing rounds, including Blind Audition, Battle, and Live.

By Khac Thi – Translated by Kim Khanh

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