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Liveshow 3 Vietnamese vocals are too harsh

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Liveshow 3 Vietnamese vocals are too harsh

Liveshow 3 The Voice of Vietnam took place on the evening of October 13 in Ho Chi Minh City.

The Voice coaches and contestants pay tribute to General Vo Nguyen Giap.

On the night of announcing the results, another female MC appeared behind the scenes – Yumi.

Not only did she stumble and forget the script, she also made a mistake that caused backlash on social networks.

* Evolution of Vietnamese Vocals through diagrams

MC Yumi also doesn’t know who falls into the sing-off round backstage for the interview.

The female MC also had a bad combination with Phan Anh when interacting with the guest, the winner of The Voice Anh.

The audience felt like the program was quite poorly prepared when the MCs kept making mistakes.

Liveshow 3 Vietnamese vocals are too harsh

MC Yumi (right) won the speaking part of The Voice UK champion – Leanne Mitchell – in the exchange session.

Liveshow 3 continues to have sound problems.

The program was too lengthy as it continuously showed behind-the-scenes videos that had nothing to do with the content of the night announcing the results, but mainly promoted the sponsors.

The coach’s selection and the contestant’s performance did not bring much impression.

The two contestants from My Linh’s team voted by the audience were Hoang Ton (38.83%) and Duong Hoang Yen (35.36%).

Liveshow 3 Vietnamese vocals are too harsh

Cat Tuong and Ha Linh (right) are the two contestants from Hong Nhung team with the most votes.

In the Dam Vinh Hung team, the two names with the highest votes were Song Tu (31.88%) and Ngoc Tram (30.16%).

The results of team Quoc Trung and Hong Nhung were exactly as predicted by many people.

For team Quoc Trung, Ha My, Khanh Duy are the two fairies chosen by the audience.

Liveshow 3 Vietnamese vocals are too harsh

Leanne Mitchell.

As a guest of Liveshow 3 The Voice of Vietnam, the winner of The Voice UK 2012 – Leanne Mitchell – had three excellent performances that captivated the Vietnamese audience.

Liveshow 4 takes place on October 27 live on VTV3.

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