Now, we present an extraordinary performance from the renowned musical TV show “Voice of Children.” Danelia Tuleshova, a young talent, graced the stage and, with her remarkable voice, captivated the judges within a mere second of starting her performance—truly goosebump-inducing! Bravo.
The program features two hosts: one leading the proceedings on stage, and the other assisting young participants with tuning in before their performances. Dmitry Nagiyev has been the main host throughout all seasons, with Natalia Vodianova joining him in the first season.
In the second season, Anastasia Chevazhevskaya, known to viewers from the Voice show, became the co-host. She had been Dima Bilan’s ward in the first season, leaving a lasting impression by performing during the final months of her pregnancy.
Subsequent seasons featured different co-hosts, including Valeria Lanskaya in the third season, Svetlana Zeynalova in the fourth, Agata Muceniece in the fifth, and Aglaya Shilovskaya in the sixth. Agata Muceniece returned as the co-host for the seventh and eighth seasons, becoming the first co-host to work on the project for more than one season.
In the initial two seasons of “Voice. Children,” a trio of well-known Russian musicians served as mentors: Dima Bilan, the Russian singer and Eurovision Song Contest 2008 winner; Pelageya, the folk-rock singer and founder of the Pelageya group; and Maxim Fadeev, the Russian composer and music producer. While Dima Bilan and Pelageya continued in the third season, Maxim Fadeev departed from the project.
Here is the video: