‘The Voice’ Asks Viewers to Contribute to Upcoming Fan Week Show
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Are you a fan of The Voice who wants to be featured in the show’s upcoming Fan Week episode? The show just shared how fans can have their videos on TV as they support their favorite artists in the live shows.
‘The Voice’ Prepares for Season 22 Fan Week
The Voice took to social media on Tuesday to share that they’re looking for fans to feature in the upcoming Fan Week episode this season. They encouraged viewers to send videos of themselves to the email address TheVoiceFanWeek@gmail.com.
In the videos, fans are asked to state their name, age, and location. They should also share their Top 5 artists who are currently on the show. Knockouts just wrapped up, which means the competition has narrowed significantly going into the Live Playoffs.
If you submit a video sharing the above information, you could have a chance to introduce your favorite artist before they perform later this season. If you’ve watched the show in the past, you might remember the fan intros where viewers excitedly share why they admire each artist in the competition. This season, that could be you.
CALLING ALL VOICE FANS! 📣📣— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) November 8, 2022
We want to feature YOU in our upcoming Fan Week Show!
Send us a video of yourself to TheVoiceFanWeek@gmail.com stating your name, age, location, and Top 5 artists currently on the show for a chance to introduce your favorite! ❤️
Fans Can Also Suggest Songs on the App
Fan Week is typically about more than just featuring fans in video introductions. Artists also perform songs which have been suggested by fans, although this process has never been quite as clear-cut as voting for who should move on from week to week.
So far this year, The Voice hasn’t posted about song suggestions from fans. However, there’s a section of the show’s official app where fans can share their picks. Go to “Suggest a Song” and choose which of the remaining artists you want to suggest a song for. Then share what you want them to sing.
Hopefully, the show will continue the tradition of having artists sing songs chosen by the fans this season. In the meantime, be sure to tune in for the start of the Live Playoffs next Monday night on NBC.