The Voice UK: David Julien, Toni Warne and Cassius Henry will never try out for X Factor
He added that he’s never been a fan of the format on X Factor which sees wannabes criticised for their performances.
He said, “You can’t coach people by saying, ‘You’re s**t’…
“The Voice is purely on talent and I love that concept. It’s a show that works for me.”
He added, “I spoke to some of the contestants that have been on The X Factor in the past like Vince and Joelle.
“They said that there’s a lot more freedom here. With song choices they are open to opinions and options. They want our ideas.”
And Toni said, “I think the bottom line is that on The Voice there has been so much talent.
“The coaches have given constructive criticism when needed and have been positive when needed. You don’t need to rip someone apart.
“All these coaches have been there and done it. They know about the stresses and being on the money in the moment.
“The comments on this show have been genuine and to the point. For me, it was the perfect mixture this show.
“I felt freedom, which is what you want as an artist. I felt Jessie would let me do what I want to do.
“The Voice has something special about it. There was no comedic element to it and it is called The Voice – that’s great.”
As we reported earlier today, Jessie J evidently agrees with what David, Toni and Cassius have to say about the critiquing methods on some talent shows, but she claims viewers are “addicted” to watching hopefuls being “destroyed on stage.”
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