Emmanuel Nwamadi makes the mood more downbeat still with the dreary angst of Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye.
After four series, the shows stubborn refusal to do anything as radical as embrace modern pop or dance music, or make even the most obvious improvements, has made it almost endearing.Tells Lucy: youre educating not just me, youre educating the rest of the UK as if weve never heard an opera singer before, or Radiohead, or even a combination of the two.After two hours, watching the live final of The Voice is becoming like Groundhog Night.It took five stages, three months, and one final lasting 2 hours 10 minutes to give us this years winner, who predictably turned out to be yet another desperately bland, middle-aged, MOR dullard destined for obscurity.Next we are treated to a VT inexplicably showing Emma and Marvin driving along discussing the highlights of the series.What the difference was she doesnt say.Plus there was the minor detail that she could sing - always a good thing on a show called The Voice.You sense anyone in the audience hoping for any contestants will encourage them to sing along with the chorus or wave their hands in their air and wave them like they just didnt care is going to be disappointed.This goes on so childrens place coupon code july 2015 long, and is so boring, its almost as if they want viewers to switch over/fall asleep/wander off.Lucy O'Byrne added to the dreary mood with a cover of Radiohead's No Surprises.Mind you, hell be back before long after his single flops, as is traditional with The Voice.It would been far better (for us and the programme) if Stevies rival in the final vote, Lucy OByrne, had triumphed.The song is pretty great nonetheless, as is Rita herself so much so you can spend a good while trying shoes online cheap malaysia to think of a single reason why Simon Cowell wouldnt want to poach La Ora as a replacement for Cheryl Tweedy-Cole-Fernandez-Versini on The X Factor.And that's it for another year.Presenter Emma Willis excitedly declares the final is finally here or rather the grand final.(Malcolm McLaren did it 30 years ago on his 1980s album Fans, which even included the same aria.) But at least their hip-hopera was something you could imagine making the charts.Emotional: Bricklayer Sasha fought back tears as she thanked her mentor, Sir Tom Jones, for believing in her.Willis announces the winner isStevie, which means that thanks to The Voice, the nation has lost a fireman and gained a glorified wedding singer pretending he can become a pop star.The show ends with a trailer for The Voice UK 2016 and the haunting reminder we will go through it all again next year.
Anything as tense sweep to induce labor and dramatic as a sing-off and forcing the mentors to adjudicate doesnt seem to have occurred to the producers.