7 Reasons the ‘American Idol’ vs ‘The Voice’ Feud Will Be Epic

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7 Reasons the ‘American Idol’ vs ‘The Voice’ Feud Will Be Epic

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7 Reasons the ‘American Idol’ vs ‘The Voice’ Feud Will Be Epic

Whether you’re team The Voice or team American Idol, this fall will bring back the heated rivalry between the two singing competition series.

See why we can’t wait for the epic showdown between the NBC hit and the ABC reboot below!

7 Reasons the ‘American Idol’ vs ‘The Voice’ Feud Will Be Epic
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Same Night, Same Time

Same Night, Same Time

The Voice currently airs on Mondays and Tuesdays and American Idol will reportedly air Sundays and Mondays, meaning they’ll be duking it out for your attention every Monday night.

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Same Night, Same Time

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The Voice currently airs on Mondays and Tuesdays and American Idol will reportedly air Sundays and Mondays, meaning they’ll be duking it out for your attention every Monday night.

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Fantasia vs Jennifer: Battle of the Belters

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Fantasia vs Jennifer: Battle of the Belters

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Jennifer Hudson has signed on to be a judge next season on The Voice, while American Idol winner Fantasia is being scouted for a seat at the AI judges table.

Both singers competed against each other during Season 3 and have been great friends since.


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Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson

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Kelly Clarkson joining The Voice for Season 14just days after announcing the addition of Jennifer Hudson for Season 13 left many American Idol fans feeling like the ladies were recruited out of spite. After all, if the show is so great, why wouldn’t they both go back?


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Game Changer: Katy Perry

Game Changer: Katy Perry

The “Bon Appetit” singer’s pop appeal is undoubtedly higher than Jennifer’s and Kelly’s, which could result in bigger numbers for Idol.


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Game Changer: Katy Perry

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The “Bon Appetit” singer’s pop appeal is undoubtedly higher than Jennifer’s and Kelly’s, which could result in bigger numbers for Idol.


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No Simon? No J. Lo?

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No Simon? No J. Lo?

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Unfortunately, fans of the original AI will miss out on Simon Cowell’s witty critiques this time around as he’s not interested in returning to the ABC reboot.

In an effort to cut costs, AI won’t be hiring as many big names this time around either, with Katy Perry likely being the only marquee artist to sit at the judges’ table.


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The Format

The Format

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American Idol may be the blueprint for many singing-based reality competition shows, but its format of travelling state to state for auditions was pretty stale by its final season.

Judging contestants based on skills first and “the package” second via blind auditions has made The Voice a favorite.

Hopefully, the ABC reboot will switch things up.


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Old rivalries never die

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Old rivalries never die

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Fans of both shows can’t wait for The Voice’s next season or AI’s reboot, as their original rivalry between 2011 and 2016 was one of the most talked about in reality television.


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Whether you’re team The Voice or team American Idol, this fall will bring back the heated rivalry between the two singing competition series.

See why we can’t wait for the epic showdown between the NBC hit and the ABC reboot below!