Delta Goodrem, Keith Urban, Seal and Joel Madden, who were revealed last year as the panel on the Channel Nine talent show scheduled to air in April this year, claimed that they want to feel like auditionees are "speaking to" them.
In the promotional video, Goodrem says: "We're there to find the next superstar, the next voice. Everything that they dreamed and envisioned growing up, it's going to happen."
Urban says: "it's authenticity, that's the thing I'm looking for. It's just that pure believability, that I feel like this person is speaking to me. The right voice, knowing how to use that voice and the passion, that fire, that's what it comes down to.
"I can't see what these people look like, the same as when I hear a song on the radio by a new artist... I don't know what they look like. It's all about the voice and I feel the fact that we get the chance to connect with that before everything else."
In the clip, Seal adds: "Who is going to emerge? Who is going to perform under pressure? Who's going to want it more? You get one shot, you just get one shot. That's it right there... I want to see stars."
Madden also says: "This show is based on people's dreams and showing the world what you can do. The blind auditions bring it back to being strictly about someone's voice. I like the idea of not being about to see someone and making a choice on what I hear with my heart."
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Watch the promo video below: