The MBC group officially announced the jury of season 5 of the program "The Voice / Sound", which included stars: Ragheb Alama, Ahlam, Samira Said and Mohamed Hamaki.
The star "Elissa" apologized for several days to join the program jury, and replaced with the star "Samira Said", while speculation spread to the participation of "Sherine Abdel Wahab" instead of the star "Mohamed Hamaki", which did not happen.
What is remarkable is that Ragheb Alama returns again to the participation of Ahlam in a jury, after many disagreements between them during the arbitration of the "Arab Idol" program, which ended with the departure of the "mark" committee, which will be replaced by "Wael Kfoury".
A committee representing the Arab world
The fifth season of the "The Voice" program is the most representative of the Arab world program, the UAE star "Ahlam" represents the Gulf region, the Lebanese star "Ragheb Alama" represents the region of Sham, the Moroccan star "Samira Said" represents the Arab Maghreb and the Egyptian star "Mohamed Hamaki" representative of Egypt.
Comparing this committee with its predecessors, the first committee of stars: Assi El-Helani, Saber Al-Ribai, Shirin Abdel Wahab and Kazem Al-Saher, which lasted three seasons, lacked representation in the Arabian Gulf region.
The second committee of stars: Assi El Hellani, Elissa, Ahlam and Mohamed Hamaki lacked representation of the Maghreb.
The program will begin filming in August and reports indicate that the program will be broadcast live from Saudi Arabia this season, after being broadcast from Beirut-Lebanon in previous seasons.
The fifth season will be presented by the Saudi media "Yasser Al-Saqqaf" and by the Egyptian "Nardeen Faraj", directed by the Lebanese "Jenan Mundhour".
"The Voice" The Arabic version of the Dutch reality show "The Voice", created in 2010 by John de Mol, is produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment and the multimedia network Talpa.
The rights of the Arab version of the program belong to the MBC group, which launched the Arab program in 2012 and lasted for four seasons, and last April Ali Jaber, director of the "MBC" group, announced the launch of preparations for the fifth "The Voice" program season.